My current repertoire

Right now I am singing mostly classical. But here is my works studied (if you are a young singer please check with your music teacher as s/he may have ideas as to what is good for your voice right now. If you are more advanced, feel free to experiment!):

Art songs
American lullaby by Gladys Rich (my audition piece!)
Heidenröslein by Franz Schubert
La mi Sola, Laureola by Fernando Obradors
Gretchen am Spinnrade by Franz Schubert

Arias & Ariettas
“Cancion de la Gitana Habilidosa” from Jose Castel’s La Gitanilla en el Coliseo
“Lyubasha’s Aria” from Rimsky-Korsakov’s The Tsar’s bride
La Lontananza by Gaetano Donizetti
Danza, Danza, fanciulla gentile by Francesco Durante
Se Florindo e fedele by Alessandro Scarlatti

“The duet of Chloe and Daphnis” from Tchaikovsky’s Queen of Spades
“Music says it simply” from Franz Lehrar’s The Merry Widow

Musical Theater
“Your Daddy’s Hands” from Stephen Flaherty’s Ragtime
“My strongest suit” from Elton John’s Aida
“They call the wind Maria” from Alan Jay Lerner’s Paint your Wagon
“Impossible” from Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella
“I enjoy being a girl” from Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Flower Drum Song
“Close every door to me” from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

“Georgia on my mind” by Hoagy Carmichael


“How can I keep from singing?” by Robert Lowry
“Yet we’ll go no more aromin'” (poem by Lord Byron)
“Blowing the Candles out”
“Barb’ry Allen”
“Mary Hamilton”
“Silver Dagger”
“Rake and Rambling”
“Careless love”
“House of the Rising Sun”
“Wagoner’s lad”
“Catch the Wind”
“I am a poor wayfaring stranger”
“Donna Donna”
“Long Black Veil”
“Johnny I Hardly Knew You”
“Angel Band”
“John Riley”

“Two Brothers”
“The night they drove old Dixie”
“Children of Darkness”
“Last night I had the strangest dream”
“City of New Orleans”
“The Star Spangled Banner”
“Prayer of Saint Francis” (Sarah McLachlan)
“The tale of Gil-galad” JRR Tolkien

With accompaniment
“In the Heat of the Summer” by Phil Oaks
“In the Hills of Shilo” by Shel Silverstein

Cool quote:

With my singing I can make
A refuge for my spirit’s sake.
– Sara Teasdale

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