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Gitanjali Mathur


[img: Gitanjali Mathur]Gitanjali Mathur was born in India, and immigrated to the United States at the age of 8. She received degrees in Voice Performance (Bachelor, Master, and Performer Diploma) from Indiana University at Bloomington, along with minors in Mathematics and Computer Science. Most recently, Gitanjali has sung solos in “Carmina Burana” by Carl Orff with the Miami based professional choir Seraphic Fire, the role of “Serpina” in Pergolesi’s “La Serva Padrona” and the role of “Gabriel” in “The Creation” by Haydn. She has sung solos in Virginia, New York, Eugene, Stuttgart and Esslingen, Germany and in Austin, including featured soloist parts in J.S. Bach’s “B-minor Mass” and “Christmas Oratorio,” “Messiah,” “Lord Nelson Mass,” Mozart’s “Requiem” and “Exultate, Jubilate,” and the part of “Despina” in “Cosi fan tutte” by Mozart in Rome, Italy. She has sung as a guest soloist and chorister in numerous festivals and with numerous ensembles, including the Austin Chamber Music Festival, La Follia Austin Baroque, Viola By Choice, Vox Humana, The Oregon Bach Festival with Helmuth Rilling, and The Victoria Bach Festival. She was also thrilled to perform in a solo recital with the Belgium based Flanders Recorder Quartet at the Texas Toot. She is a chorister and soloist with the Santa Fe Desert Chorale conducted by Joshua Habermann. She is a regular member of the Grammy-nominated group Conspirare with Craig Hella Johnson, Seraphic Fire with Patrick Quigley, and The Texas Early Music Project.

Ms. Mathur had the pleasure of making her Carnegie Hall debut with Helmuth Rilling in J.S. Bach’s “St. Matthew Passion.” Gitanjali is on the newest Harmonia Mundi recordings of Conspirare’s “Requiem,” “The Threshold of Night,” and “A Company of Voices: Conspirare in Concert” and she traveled with Conspirare to Copenhagen in 2008 to sing in the World Choral Music Symposium. In May 2009 and May 2010, Ms. Mathur was honored to be nominated in the “Best Singer” category for the Austin Critics Table Awards. Ms. Mathur has a private voice lesson studio at home, and teaches at Westlake United Methodist Church in Austin, Texas.

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