Miriam Dubrow, soprano, a dynamic interpreter of 17th and 18th century music, inspired the Washington Post to describe her singing as "radiant," and to write that she "clearly has a true affinity for the Baroque style." Her repertoire ranges from Sephardic ballads to opera and oratorio.

Opera highlights include Aricie in Rameau's Hippolyte et Aricie, Bellezza in Stradella's Academia d'Amore, Amour in Charpentier's Les Arts Florissants and Anacreon, Eurydice and Musica in Monteverdi's Orfeo and Miles in Britten's Turn of the Screw.

Ms. Dubrow has been an invited performer at festivals and concert series worldwide, including the Tanglewood Music Festival, Redwoods Festival, International Festival for Arts and Ideas, Boston Early Music Festival, Kennedy Center, Hudson River Concert Series, Internationale Musick Festival, and the British Council Recital Series with Martin Isepp.

She performs often with The Four Nations Ensemble, Stephen Stubbs, Max van Egmond, the Violins of Lafayette, Opera Lafayette, Bach Sinfonia and her early music trio, Marley's Head. She has also been a featured artist on National Public Radio's Marc Steiner Show and Curtain Call with Charles Sepos. Ms. Dubrow currently lives in Paris, France.