Clara Osowski

Mezzo-soprano Clara Osowski, who sings “from inside the music with unaffected purity and sincerity” (UK Telegraph), is an active soloist and chamber musician throughout the United States and Europe.  Recognized for her excellence in Minnesota, Clara was a recipient of the prestigious 2018-2019 McKnight Artist Fellowships for Musicians administered by MacPhail Center for Music.

Previous season debuts include the Bach Magnificat and Cantatas with Handel & Haydn Society in Boston, Handel’s Messiah for her debut with the Kansas City Symphony, Mozart Requeim with the Milwaukee Symphony, Minnesota Opera in their filmed production of Britten’s Albert Herring as Mrs. Herring, and her London debut at Wigmore Hall.

In addition to performing, Clara serves as the Artistic Director of Source Song Festival, a week-long art song festival in Minneapolis, Minnesota and participates in a number of ensembles, including Lumina Women’s Ensemble and the Boston-based Lorelei Ensemble.

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