Soprano Justine Aronson’s “deep reservoir of expressive devices” (New York Times) have earned her premieres with composers including David Lang, Christopher Cerrone, Daron Hagen and Ted Hearne.
Recent and upcoming engagements include performances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, On Site Opera (NY), The American Opera Project, Five Boroughs Music Festival (NY), Eighth Blackbird, Mirror Visions Ensemble, Echo Chamber, Urban Playground and Brooklyn Art Song Society, among others. Recent workshops include the roles of gene and actress for Iphigenia (Wayne Shorter, Esperanza Spalding) and the role of The Assistant for David Lang’s prisoner of the state with the New York Philharmonic.
Previous highlights include appearances with the LA Phil’s Green Umbrella series, National Sawdust, Opera Philadelphia, Lucerne Festival Academy, The Bard Music Festival, The String Orchestra of Brooklyn, and the Metropolitan Opera Guild. She can be heard on Daron Hagen’s portrait album, 21st Century Song Cycles, with the Lyric Fest of Philadelphia. www.justinearonson.com