Mary Hubbell, described in the New York Times as “a soprano with a sweetly focused tone,” holds degrees from Boston College; the University of California, Santa Barbara; and the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. In the Netherlands, she was a frequent soloist with La Prunelle Ensemble and Praetorius Blokfluit Ensemble, and often appeared at the Young Composer’s Meeting in Apeldoorn and the Gaudeamus Festival in Amsterdam. In the United States, orchestral engagements have included Robert Kapilow’s Green Eggs and Ham with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra, Mozart’s Exsultate, jubilate with the Beaufort Symphony Orchestra, Vivaldi’s Beatus vir with the Chorale Society of the Hamptons, and Bach’s Cantata BWV 202 (“Wedding”) with Musica Viva of New York. 2013-2014 season engagements have included Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915 with the Amherst College Orchestra and Mozart’s Mass in C Minor with the South Hadley Chorale at Mt. Holyoke College.
Committed to both early music and new music, Ms. Hubbell has appeared as a soloist with the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra, the Transfiguration Early Instrument Ensemble, Composer’s Voice Series, The Remarkable Theatre Brigade, and Dr. Faustus. Recent engagements include Vivaldi’s Gloria with the Choral Society of the Hamptons and Mario Davidovsky’s Cantione Sine Textu with counter)induction.She also regularly performs with flutist Alice Jones as the duo conText, which presents 20th and 21st century music and has commissioned new works from the composers Gregory W. Brown, Inés Thiebaut, and Eric Nathan.
Ms. Hubbell is pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and is a faculty member at Smith College.