internationally acclaimed Taylor Festival Choir, where she has sung the soprano solo in Mozart’s Laudate Dominum under the baton of Dr. Joseph Flummerfelt, as well as the soprano I solos in Bach’s Mass in B Minor. This spring, Ms. Law will be seen as the soprano soloist in the Falmouth Chorale's presentation of Arnesen's Magnificat.
Ms. Law has been an Apprentice Artist with Miami Music Festival as well as a Young Artist with Mannes Opera, The Janiec Opera Company at Brevard Music Center, and Hawaii Performing Arts Festival. Ms. Law holds a Bachelor’s of Music from The New England Conservatory and a Master’s of Music from The Mannes School of Music. This summer, Ms. Law joins Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre as a Festival Artist, making her role debut as Papagena in The Magic Flute.
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Soprano Soloist Sara Lucille Law
Ms. Law is a New York City based soprano and singing-actress. Praised for her “…striking stage presence and pinpoint high coloratura.” (South Florida Classical Review), as well as her
“…lightness, brightness, and clarity of tone” (Voce di Meche), Ms. Law was last seen as Monica in Menotti's The Medium under the baton of Ismael Sandoval (Boston Symphony Orchestra, Eureka Ensemble). Previous roles also include Johanna in Sweeney Todd (2018 BroadwayWorld Best Actress Winner), Susanna (Le nozze di Figaro), Tytania (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Frasquita (Carmen), La fée (Cendrillon), and Miss Wordsworth (Albert Herring). Recently, Ms. Law was a 2019 national semi-finalist in the Artist Division of the prestigious Camille Coloratura Awards.
Equally at home on the concert stage, Ms. Law was most recently seen as the soprano soloist in Handel's Messiah with the Eureka Ensemble. In 2018, she made her debut with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra as the soprano soloist on their annual Holiday Pops! concert. She is also a member of the
The Day is Far Behind You
Anton Bruckner - Os Justi
Pau Casals - O vos omnes
Ludwig van Beethoven - Elegischer Gesang
Daniel Elder - Three Nocturnes [Falmouth Chorale Chamber Singers]
Ralph Vaughan Williams - Rest
Kim André Arnesen - Magnificat
Gustav Holst - Nunc Dimittis
Morten Lauridsen - O Magnum Mysterium
Soprano Sara Lucille Law
The mission of the Falmouth Chorale is to share with our
audiences the joy of singing and to communicate with passion the marvelous and varied choral music which has been created over the centuries.
Featuring Kim André Arnesen’s Magnificat With orchestra and soloist
Passionate Voices of the Upper Cape