Grammy-nominated artist Nell Snaidas, soprano, has been praised by the New York Times for her “beautiful soprano voice, melting passion” and “vocally ravishing” performances. Of Uruguayan-American descent, Nell is recognized for her specialization in Latin American/Spanish and Italian baroque music and has sung in venues ranging from the Hollywood Bowl to Tanglewood, from the Teatro Massimo (Palermo) to the missions of Bolivia. Some favorite projects include appearing as a soloist with the LA Phil, co-directing and creating “Sephardic Journey” with Apollo’s Fire, concerts tours through Sardegna with El Mundo and collaborating with Alicia Keys on the Italian translation and arrangement of “Superwoman” (American Music Awards). Nell is the Co-Artistic Director of GEMAS:Early Music of the Americas, a concert series in NYC which is a project of the Gotham Early Music Scene and Americas Society. Nell serves on the Board of Directors of Early Music America.