Molly Quinn is celebrating her third summer as part of the Carmel Bach Festival. She was a 2013 Virginia Best Adams Vocal Fellow, and was part of the festival Chorale in 2015, during which she appeared in the role of Papagena in The Magic Flute. Praised for her radiant sweetness (The New York Times) and pure radiance (Los Angeles Times) Ms Quinn is garnering acclaim across America. Although best known for her interpretations of 17th and 18th century repertoire, she regularly tours with The Bang on a Can AllStars in a collaborative theater project Steel Hammer written by Julia Wolfe. Molly makes regular appearances with many leading American orchestras including Apollo’s Fire, The Knights NYC, The Sebastians, The Clarion Music Society and Trinity Baroque Orchestra. She appears regularly with New York’s TENET ensemble, and can be heard throughout their season offerings and discography including Uno + One (2013 Avie) and The Secret Lover (2016 Avie) please go to www.tenet.nyc for more information. Molly completed both her Bachelors and Masters in Music at Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music.