Austin-based singer, conductor, and pianist Shari Wilson performs a wide range of repertoire from the Renaissance to the 21st century. Demonstrating great versatility and stylistic sensitivity, she has collaborated with a number of ensembles, including Conspirare, Blue Heron, Pegasus Early Music, Publick Musick, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, and the Handel & Haydn Society. She is a founding member of The Crossing, winner of a 2018 Grammy Award (Best Choral Performance) for Gavin Bryars’s The Fifth Century. Ms. Wilson made her New York City debut at Merkin Hall in a world-premiere performance as the soprano soloist in Benjamin C.S. Boyle’s cantata To One in Paradise. She has also made a mark on the international scene at the Spoleto Festival (Italy), where she worked with Gian Carlo Menotti in Amahl and the Night Visitors and The Saint of Bleecker Street. Her 2018-19 season includes appearances with Conspirare, Ensemble VIII, Texas Early Music Project, Ars Longa Ensemble, Pegasus Early Music, Blue Heron, Texas Bach Festival, and Victoria Bach Festival, and she will premiere a work by Julia Wolfe with The Crossing and the New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center. Ms. Wilson teaches voice at St. Stephen’s Episcopal School and is the organist at Crestview United Methodist Church in Austin. This season she will launch Corvidae Ensemble, a women’s ensemble dedicated to exploring music and multi-media forms, spanning over four centuries of music, art, dance, and poetry.