Oratorio Chorale

Mary Sullivan, artist in residence

Mary Sullivan

Soprano Mary Sullivan, Oratorio Chorale’s Artist in Residence, has appeared as a soloist with ensembles throughout New England, including Boston Secession, Cantemus, Downeast Singers, King’s Chapel Choir, the Concord Women’s Chorus, the Lincoln Festival Chorus, and the Maine Friends of Music Chamber Ensemble. She is a regular soloist on the King’s Chapel concert series and is the resident soloist at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Portland.

Sullivan is featured on composer Steven Finch’s CD An Apple Gathering, and has sung world premieres of works by Finch and Ruth Lomon.

Ms. Sullivan has produced several CDs, including composer Graham Gordon Ramsay’s The Sacred Voice, which was  nominated for several GRAMMY awards.  Ms. Sullivan studied voice with celebrated soprano Nancy Armstrong and mezzo soprano Pamela Dellal. She is in demand as a voice teacher and vocal workshop leader and maintains a private voice studio at her home in Brunswick.