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Clara Osowski, mezzo-soprano, has been hailed for her artistry and “rich and radiant” voice (Urban Dial Milwaukee). She was a 2012 Metropolitan Opera National Council Upper-Midwest Regional Finalist, the winner of the 2014 Bel Canto Chorus Regional Artists Competition in Milwaukee, and the runner-up in the 2016 Schubert Club Bruce P. Carlson Scholarship Competition. Clara’s passion for art song creation and collaboration is evident in her most recent premieres with Linda Tutas Haugen (Gjendine’s Lullaby), Paul Rudoi (Midnight Songs) and James Kallembach (Songs on Letters of John and Abigail Adams). As a recitalist, she recently completed the Vancouver International Song Institute, the International Workshop on the songs of Edvard Grieg in Bergen, Norway, and traveled to Tours, France to attend the Académie Francis Poulenc. Performances in the 2016-2017 Season included Dominick Argento’s A Few Words about Chekhov with chamber orchestra, alto soloist in Bach’s St. John Passion, and several recital engagements across the United States.