For more information, visit http://www.marthaguth.com.

For more information, visit http://www.marthaguth.com.

Soprano Martha Guth’s recital partners have included Graham Johnson, Malcom Martineau, Erika Switzer, Spencer Myer, Dalton Baldwin and Margo Garrett, in venues like Wigmore Hall, Lincoln Center, Leeds Lieder, and St. John’s Smith Square. Her recitals broadcast on CBC Radio/Radio Canada, the BBC Radio in the U.K, the WDR in Germany, and Classical 91.3 FM in the US.

Martha has performed with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Voices of Ascension in NYC, the Calgary Philharmonic, The Canadian Opera Company, the Santa Fe Opera, Grazer Opera and at The National Cathedral in Washington D.C. She has enjoyed working with many fine conductors, including Maestros Seiji Ozawa, Robert Spano, Helmut Rilling, John Nelson, Richard Bradshaw, Alan Gilbert and many others. Her discography includes a solo disc of Schubert songs with Penelope Crawford on forte Piano for Musica Omnia, a Latin GRAMMY nomination for Roberto Sierra’s Beyond the Silence of Slumber with the Orquesta Sinfonica de Puerto Rico for Naxos, John Fitz-Roger’s Magna Mysteria for Innova, and the Five Boroughs Song Book for GVR records.

As co-creator of Sparks & Wiry Cries, she contributes to the future of art song performance through publication of The Art Song Magazine, presentation of recitals in New York City (Casement Fund Song Series), and the commission of new works. Learn more at sparksandwirycries.org.