Margot Rood, soprano, is hailed for her “luminosity and grace” by The New York Times. Recent solo engagements include her Carnegie Hall debut in Shawn Jaeger’s Letters Made with Gold, Golijov's Three Songs with A Far Cry, Messiah with Rhode Island Philharmonic and Pärt's Passio with Boston Modern Orchestra Project. Recent stage performances include Johanna in Sweeney Todd with St. Pete Opera and Emily Webb in Rorem's Our Town with Monadnock Music. Ms. Rood is the recipient of numerous awards including the St. Botolph Emerging Artist Award (2015), and the Lorraine Hunt Lieberson Fellowship at Emmanuel Music (2015). Ms. Rood is a core member of Lorelei Ensemble, Boston's 9-voice women's ensemble specializing in early and new music.