Operatic

 

W. A. Mozart

Johann Strauss

Gilbert & Sullivan

 

 

 

Charpentier, Marc Antoine

Puccini, Giacomo

Satie, Eric

Self, Susie

Purcell, Henry

Webber, Andrew Lloyd

 

 

 

Concert

Zeller, Carl

 

Vaughan Williams, Ralph

 

Mozart, W.A.

 

Brahms, Johannes

 

 

 

 

Hamlisch, Marvin

 

 

 

Wagner, Richard

 

 

Bach, J. S.

 

 

Handel, G.F.

 

 

 

Haydn, F. J.

Schubert, Franz
 

 

Roles

 

Die Zauberflöte ("Pamina" [lead] with Lyric Opera Studio Weimar)

Die Fledermaus ("Rosalinda" [lead] with Lyric Opera Studio Weimar)

Yeoman of the Guard (“Kate” with Lamplighter's Theatre, San Francisco)

Patience (chorus, Lamplighter's Theatre, San Francisco)

The Grand Duke (“Julia Jellicoe” [lead] with Cambridge Gilbert & Sullivan Society)

Pirates of Penzance (“Mabel “[lead] with Cambridge Gilbert & Sullivan Society)

Actéon (“Diana” [lead] with Clare College Music Society, Cambridge University) 

La Bohème (chorus, Cleveland Opera Theater) 

Socrate (“Socrate” with Clare College Music Society, Cambridge University)

Spirit Wagon (small ensemble, world premiere, Clare College Music Society, Cambridge University)

Dido and Aeneas (“Spirit”, San Francisco Conservatory of Music) (chorus, Apollo’s Fire, Jeannette Sorrell, Music Director)

Phantom of the Opera  (“Carlotta”, Cambridge University Mainstage)

Work

 

Der Vogelhändler (soprano soloist,

Thüringer Symphoniker

Saalfeld-Rudolstadt)

Hodie (soprano soloist,

Nova Vista Symphony)

Requiem (soprano soloist,

San Jose Baroque Orchestra)

German Requiem

(soprano soloist,

Kings College Chapel,

Cambridge University,

Stephen Cleobury, Music Director)

Anatomy of Peace

(soprano soloist, 

Canton Symphony Orchestra,

Gerhardt Zimmerman, Music Director)

Kinderkatechismus

(soprano soloist, 

Canton Symphony Orchestra,

Kelly Corcoran, Music Director)

Johannes Passion (soprano soloist, Clare Baroque) 

B Minor Mass  (soprano soloist, San Jose Baroque Orchestra & soprano soloist, Clare Baroque)

Vereinigte Zwietracht der wechselnden Saiten, BWV 207 (soprano soloist, Dorset Bach Cantata Festival)

Joseph and His Brethren ("Benjamin", Philharmonia Baroque)

Joshua ("Angel", Philharmonia Baroque)

Birthday Ode to Queen Anne (soprano soloist, European Union Baroque Orchestra)

Esther (soprano soloist, Princeton Glee Club)

Little Mass in C (soprano soloist, Clare College Choir)

Mass in G Major (soprano soloist with Cleveland Orchestra Youth Chorus)

 

 

 

Art Song

Argento, Dominick

Bach, J. S.

 

 

 

 

Barber, Samuel

Bernstein, Leonard

 

Bizet, Georges

Brahms, Jonannes

Bridge, Frank Debussy, Claude

 

 

Faure, Gabriel

Gershwin, George

Gilbert & Sullivan

 

 

Gounod, Charles

Granados, Enrique 

Griebling, Mary Ann

Griebling, Stephen T.

 

Griebling-Haigh, Margi

Handel, G. F.

H

 

 

 

 

Head, Michael

Mahler, Gustav

Morley, Thomas

Mozart, W. A. 

 

 

 

Poulenc, Francis

Purcell, Henry

 

 

 

Respighi, Ottorino

Rorem, Ned  Schubert, Franz  Schumann, Robert

Sondheim, Stephen 

Strauss, Richard

 

Weill, Kurt

 

Wolf, Hugo

Quire Cleveland (Ross Duffin, Music Director) 

Trinity Cathedral Choir and Trinity Chamber Singers

(Todd Wilson, Music Director)

 

Performed for four years (2010-2014) as a member and frequent soprano soloist with the Clare College Choir, Cambridge University. This included approximately 300 chapel Evensong performances, one tour of the USA with Music Driector Tim Brown, two tours of the USA and three European tours with Music Directors Graham Ross and Lars Ulrich Mortensen, a two week comprehensive tour of Australia with the Australian Chamber Orchestra and Music Director Richard Tognetti, and countless guest appearances at venues in London and elsewhere in the UK. This also included five CD recordings on the Harmonia Mundi label, and one CD with the European Union Baroque Orchestra on the Obsidian label.

 

Princeton University Glee Club (2009-2010)

Robert Isaacs, Music Director

 

Cleveland Orchestra Youth Chorus (2007-2009)

Frank Bianchi, Music Director

 

Apollo’s Fire Musettes (2005-2009)

Jeannette Sorrell, Music Director

 

Cleveland Orchestra Children’s Chorus (2001-2005)

Anne Usher, Music Director              

 

Vocal

 

Villa Lobos, Heitor

Griebling-Haigh, Margi

 

 

Griebling, Mary Ann

Schubert, Franz

Chamber Music

 

Bachianas Brasileiras Nº. 5 (soprano & eight celli) 

Voices from the Other Side (soprano & eight celli)

Kipling Songs (soprano, violin, cello, piano)

The White Trout (soprano, narrator, piccolo,

harp, double bass, piano)

In a Chinese Garden (soprano & string quartet)

The Shepherd on the Rock (soprano, clarinet, piano)

Auf dem Strom (soprano, horn, piano)

 & Other Solo Repertoire

 

Six Elizabethan Songs

“Ei! Wie schmeckt der Kaffee süße“

(Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht, BWV 211)

“Heute noch, lieber Vater”

(Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht, BWV 211)

“Quia Respexit” (Magnificat)

“Nuvoletta”, “Sure on this Shining Night”,

“The Daisies”

“Glitter and be gay”, “I am easily assimilated”

(Candide)

20 Mélodies (selections)

“Das Mädchen spricht” 

"Love Went A-Riding"

“Fantoches”, “En Sourdine” (1882),

“Pantomime”, “Apparition”, “Mandoline”,

“Nuits d’étoiles”

“Le plus doux chemin”, “Au bord de l’eau”,

“Mandoline”

“Summertime” (Porgy & Bess)

“The sun whose rays are all ablaze” (Mikado)

“O, Goddess Wise” (Princess Ida) 

“I cannot tell what this love may be”,

“Love is a plaintive song” (Patience)

“Sorry her lot” (H.M.S. Pinafore)

“Je veux vivre” (Roméo et Juliette)

“El tra la la y el punteado”

“Three French Songs”  

"God's World", "Hyacinth",

Afternoon on a Hill"

Sonnets of Resignation (world premiere), 

“Sorrow”

“Piangerò”, “Da tempeste”, “V’adoro pupille”

(Giulio Cesare)

 “The Birds No More Shall Sing”

(Acis and Galatea)

“He Shall Feed His Flock” (Messiah)

"Rejoice Greatly" (Messiah)

“The Singer”

"Rückertlieder"

“Now is the Month of Maying”

“O bid your faithful Ariel fly” (The Tempest)

“Ach, ich fühl’s” (Die Zauberflöte)

“Batti, batti” (Don Giovanni)

“L’amero, saro costante” (Il Re Pastore)

"Fiançailles pour rire", "Métamorphoses",

“C. ” (from Deux Poèmes de Louis Aragon)

“I Attempt from Love’s Sickness to Fly”

(The Indian Queen)

“Sweeter than roses” (Pausanius)

“O let me weep” (The Fairy Queen)

"Music for a while" (Oedipus)

Sei Liriche (prima e seconda serie)

“Little Elegy”

“Lachen und Weinen”, “An die Nachtigall”

“Children’s Bedtime”

“The Girls of Summer” (Marry Me a Little)

"Ophelia Lieder", Letzte Blätter, op. 10 :

“Zueignung”, “Die Nacht”, “Die Georgine”,

“Allerseelen”

“Stay Well” (Lost in the Stars)                

“One Life to Live” (Lady in the Dark)

“Agnes”, “In dem Schatten meiner Locken”

Choral Experience