Tamara Seckel has performed in roles, recitals and concerts throughout the Midwest and New York. She has sung with Lyric Opera Cleveland and Opera Columbus and was a soloist for the Cantilena Concert Series. She has performed at the Cleveland, Toledo and Columbus Museums of Art. She has been soloist for world premieres with the Hixon Dance Theater, Columbus Guitar Society and the Cleveland Institute of Music orchestra.

A past winner of the Stelia and Sofia Vassos price in French Art Song, Seckel was one of the featured participants at the Cleveland Art Song Festival. Most recently, she was the soprano soloist for the Beethoven Mass in C Major with the Knox County Symphony. She performed with Pro Musica Columbus for the Mozart Mass in C Minor. She was a guest soloist for Madrigals 1 by George Crumb, a guest soloist with the Heisey Wind Ensemble and guest soloist with the MSYO. She was soprano soloist for the Brahms Requiem under the baton of Robert Ward of Ohio State University and soprano soloist for the Mozart Requiem under the baton of Maurice Casey. She was the featured artist for the 2003 Fairfield First Arts concert series.

Seckel is the soprano soloist for Early Interval, Columbus’ early music ensemble. She is currently a section leader and soloist with the choirs at Worthington United Methodist Church and Temple Israel. She holds degrees from Oberlin Conservatory and The Cleveland Institute of Music.

Areas of Expertise

Art Song, French, early music, 20th Century.