Hailed by The New York Times as possessing "a deep reservoir of expressive devices", soprano Justine Aronson’s interpretations have consistently captured the attention of those producing new music, earning her premieres with composers including David Lang, Christopher Cerrone, Daron Hagen and Ted Hearne.

Recent and upcoming engagements include appearances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, New York Philharmonic, On Site Opera (New York, NY), Five Boroughs Music Festival (New York, NY), Carleton College, The Industry (Los Angeles), Eighth Blackbird, Mirror Visions Ensemble, Echo Chamber, Urban Playground and Brooklyn Art Song Society, among others. Record releases include Daron Hagen’s album with the Lyric Fest of Philadelphia on the NAXOS label.

Previous season highlights include appearances with the LA Phil’s Green Umbrella series, National Sawdust, Beth Morrison Projects, Opera Philadelphia, Lucerne Festival Academy, Bang on a Can Summer Festival, The Bard Music Festival, The String Orchestra of Brooklyn, and the Metropolitan Opera Guild.

C. Cerrone: The Pieces that Fall to Earth
with members of Exceptet
Tito Muñoz, conductor

R. Strauss: "Amor" from Brentano Lieder 
with Richard Valitutto, piano