Hailed by the Dallas Morning News for her “glowing tone, effortless facility and vivid expressivity,” SARAH ABIGAIL GRIFFITHS has appeared as soloist and chorister with professional ensembles throughout the United States.  On the opera stage she has performed the roles of Naiade in Ariadne auf Naxos (Spoleto Festival USA), First Witch in Dido and Aeneas, and First Lady in The Magic Flute, among others.

Also an active performer of oratorio and chamber music, Ms. Griffiths had her Carnegie Hall solo debut in 2014 singing Bloch’s Israel Symphony with the American Symphony Orchestra. She is a founding member of the nationally touring Baroque chamber ensemble Armonia Celeste, whose first album was released last February on the Centaur label. She has been the featured soloist in several recent World and US Premieres, including works by Bob Chilcott, Thea Musgrave, and Edward Smalldone, and she performs regularly with many New York City ensembles, including Voices of Ascension, Musica Sacra, New York Virtuoso Singers, Sacred Music in a Sacred Space, and New York Choral Artists.

Ms. Griffiths recently completed her doctoral degree in performance at the University of North Texas, and she also holds degrees from Westminster Choir College and Earlham College.