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Opera Delaware Young Artist

Spring 2019

Whew!! What a whirlwind of a year!! I can finally announce, since it's official, that in the spring of 2019 I will be a Young Artist with Opera Delaware, participating in outreach programs, concerts, and in their main-stage productions! 

ENAensemble debuts at FringeArts!

Fall 2018

As Artistic Director of the newly formed ENAensemble, I am so excited to share with you the news of our debut with The Propaganda Machine show at Philadelphia's FringeArts Festival! Check out the website for more information!

2017: Song in Flight

See Concerts and Projects

2016 has been full of new experiments, including high F's in Mozart, challenging contemporary music, German Lied, and even staging Bach. Join me in 2017 with other fabulous musicians in two world premieres, exciting choral pieces, and a colorful recital on the song of birds! More Mozart and premieres are on the horizon, so please check back for more information for future performances in the next season! 

Mozart, Mozart, Mozart

2016

Something about Mozart will never let up! From his earliest operas, Lucio Silla, to one of his later masterpieces, Cosí fan tutte, the world is still managing to find new ways to explore the creative output of the boy genius of the classical era. Join Anaïs as she sings Despina with Concert Opera of Philadelphia and Lucio Cinna with Temple Opera in the Spring of 2016! See Concerts and Projects for more information! 

Mass in Honor of St. Teresa of Jesus

Summer 2015

Exciting news! International premiere of a Mass by composer Carlos José Martínez Fernández at the Cathedral of Avila in Spain in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the birth of the saint.

Help Anais Sing in Italy

Summer 2014

Accepted as a Young Artist for La Musica Lirica to sing the title role of Adina in Donizetti's L'elisir d'amore. The campaign is over but there are various projects in the works! Please feel free to donate via PayPal! 

Premiere of Triptych

Winter 2013

Composer Lonnie Jordan wrote a haunting piece for two harps and two sopranos that recently premiered at the Peabody Conservatory. Performers include the composer on the harp, Jasmine Hogan also on harp, soprano Allison Clendaniel, and Anaïs Naharro-Murphy. The video continues with another new composition, titled Incantation. 

Posting and Blogging

Fall 2013

As an artist, I find myself inspired by the world around me, from music to cuisine to visual art. Through the blog, you can see updates on concerts, new artists, exhibits, architecture, food, culture, and events that fill me with new life and hopefully may inspire you.

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