Mezzo-soprano Daniela Tošić, praised for her “burnished and warm sound” (Boston Musical Intelligencer) and “dark, lustrous voice” (Boston Classical Review), is a soloist and a chamber musician who specializes in early, contemporary, and world music repertories. She has performed in concerts throughout the US, Europe, and South America, at the Utrecht Early Music Festival, the Maastricht Musica Sacra Festival, Regensburg’s Tage Alter Musik, the Flanders Festivals of Ghent and Brussels, a Banco Republico tour of Colombia, Le Donne in Musica (Rome), the Boston Early Music Festival, the Frick Collection, Harvard University, Denver’s Newman Performing Arts Center, the Da Camera Society (LA), the Library of Congress, the Freer Gallery of Art at the Smithsonian, National Gallery, Stanford University, the Music and Beyond festival in Ottawa, Domaine Forget in Quebec, and many others. Ms. Tošić is a founding member of the internationally-renowned vocal ensemble Tapestry, winners of the Echo Klassik and Chamber Music America Recording of the Year awards. Tapestry combines medieval repertory and contemporary compositions in bold, conceptual programming and has premiered and recorded works by Patricia Van Ness, Robert Kyr, Ivan Moody, Margaret McAllister, Gabriel Jackson, and Sheila Silver, among others. Ms. Tošić performed Steve Reich’s Tehillim with the Colorado Symphony and Cabrillo Festival Orchestra conducted by Marin Alsop, as well as at Jordan Hall conducted by Steven Drury. She appears regularly with La Donna Musicale and Rumbarroco, and recently she joined forces with the percussionist Sylvie Zakarian to form the marimba-voice duo Syldason. Ms. Tošić has recorded for Telarc, MDG, Kalan, Boston Revels, and several independent labels. Her latest album is Door Ajar with her new world music trio Telltale Crossing.