Soprano Mary Wilson has been hailed as one of today’s most exciting artists.  Opera News heralded her first solo recording, Mary Wilson Sings Handel, stating “Wilson’s luminous voice contains so much charisma,” they dubbed her recording one of their “Best of the Year.”  Ms. Wilson is consistently in high demand on the concert stage.  She has appeared with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Singapore Symphony, Nashville Symphony, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Los Angeles Master Chorale, Detroit Symphony, National Symphony of Costa Rica, Delaware Symphony Orchestra, San Antonio Symphony, Jacksonville Symphony, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Virginia Symphony, Eugene Symphony, Buffalo Philharmonic, Pacific Symphony, Colorado Symphony, Dayton Philharmonic, Memphis Symphony, Colorado Music Festival, IRIS Chamber Orchestra, VocalEssence, Berkshire Choral Festival, and at Carnegie Hall and the Hollywood Bowl.

Wilson sang the world premiere of the song cycle “Songs Old and New” written especially for her by Ned Rorem with the IRIS Chamber Orchestra.  An exciting interpreter of Baroque repertoire, “with a crystal clear and agile soprano voice perfectly suited to Handel’s music” (Early Music America), she has appeared with American Bach Soloists, Philharmonia Baroque, Musica Angelica, Boston Baroque, Portland Baroque Orchestra, Grand Rapids Bach Festival, Bach Society of St. Louis, Baltimore Handel Choir, Florida Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, Colorado Bach Festival, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Casals Festival Puerto Rico, and the Carmel Bach Festival. Ms. Wilson was named an Emerging Artist by Symphony Magazine in the publication’s first ever presentation of promising classical soloists on the rise.