Praised for her “beautiful vocalism” (San Francisco Gate) and engaging presence, soprano Grace Srinivasan has established herself in the Baltimore-Washington area as a performer of a wide spectrum of repertoire ranging from the Renaissance to contemporary compositions. Grace’s recent roles include Despina (Cosi Fan Tutte), High Priestess (Marais’ Semele), Belinda (Dido and Aeneas), and Laurie Moss (The Tender Land), as well as solos in Bach’s Mass in B Minor, Handel’s Messiah, Monteverdi’s Vespers, and Mozart’s Vesperae Solennes.

A graduate of Peabody Conservatory (M.M Vocal Performance) where she studied with baritone William Sharp, and the George Washington University (B.A. in Music), Grace is a member of several ensembles including the Peabody Consort and the Bridge Ensemble, and has toured internationally with the Peabody Renaissance Ensemble and GWU Singers. While at Peabody, Grace was the recipient of the voice graduate assistantship and the George Castelle Memorial Award in voice.

A Washington, D.C. area native, Grace has sung professionally as a cantor and soprano at St. Stephen Martyr Catholic Church in Washington, D.C. for five years and has sung with Cantate Chamber Singers and The Washington Chorus at venues such as the Kennedy Center and Wolf Trap. She also worked for the Phillips Collection’s Sunday concert series during the 2013-14 season. In September 2014 she appeared in the PBS docudrama Enemy of the Reich as Noor Inayat Khan.