Miss Marcy has been recognized as an accomplished soloist and collaborator throughout the greater Boston area. Praised for her “pristine brilliance and natural musicality,” she has built a reputation as a skilled musician and as such has cultivated a diverse repertoire consisting of Oratorio, Opera, Early, and New Music.
This season Miss Marcy will be performing Carmina Burana with the Seaglass Chorale, Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass with Hancock United Church of Christ, and Hasse’s oratorio St. Peter and Mary Magdalene with the Harvard Early Music Society. She also premiered a song cycle written for her by Boston composer David Owens.
Last season saw Miss Marcy as soloist in Mozart’s Solemn Vespers of Confession and Schubert’s Magnificat with the South Shore Choral Arts Society, in Poulenc’s Gloria at the New England Conservatory, in Durante’s Magnificat and excerpts of Handel’s Messiah with the Cape Cod Chorale, and in Charpentier’s Te Deum with Hancock Church in Lexington, MA. During the 2016-17 season she performed as soloist in Mozart's Requiem with the Jameson Singers and the South Shore Choral Arts Society, in Orff’s Carmina Burana with the Arlington Belmont Chorale and Masterworks Chorale Summer Sings, and in Vivaldi’s Gloria and Magnificat with the Cape Cod Chorale. In past seasons she was soloist in Mozart’s Solemn Vespers of Confession with the Rhode Island Civic Orchestra and Chorale, and Faure's Requiem with the Longy School of Music.
Last season Miss Marcy sang the role of Mimi in the first act of Puccini's La Bohème in concert with the Carlisle Chamber Orchestra, and she performed the role of the First Spirit in New England Conservatory's production of Mozart's Die Zauberflöte. Past roles have included Pamina in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte and Blonde in Mozart’s Abduction from the Seraglio.
An accomplished collaborator, Miss Marcy works with several professional choirs including “Labyrinth Choir” and “Capella Clausura”. “Labyrinth Choir” tours Europe every two years; she has toured with them in 2016 and did so again in the summer of 2018. Her repertoire extends from Medieval to Classical works, and she works with early music ensembles “Newton Baroque” and “A Joyful Noyse”. A great advocate for new music, Miss Marcy has premiered works by living composers Peter Aldins, John Morrison, Mel Fitzhugh and David Owens.
Miss Marcy currently studies with Karen Holvik at the New England Conservatory where she is pursuing a Masters Degree. For her Undergraduate degree she did a dual degree program with Emerson College and the Longy School of Music where she attended the latter on a presidential scholarship, and studied voice with Jayne West.