BRENDA BONHOMME, soprano
Brenda Bonhomme has performed as a soloist and professional ensemble member in award winning groups like San Francisco Symphony Chorus and Volti (formerly San Francisco Chamber Singers). Her repertoire is widely varied including classical, contemporary and jazz solo roles, ranging from the Mozart Requiem and Pergolesi “Stabat Mater” to Brahms Quartets, “Four Saints in Three Acts”, “Dialogues of the Carmelites”, Ned Rorem’s “Evidence of Things Not Seen” and Wynton Marsalis’ “All Rise”.
Additionally she has been part of Emmy winning performances of “Sweeney Todd” and Grammy winning recordings including the Mahler 8 Symphony. A graduate of Oberlin Conservatory, she has taught music in public and private schools, has led choirs, served as a church soloist and teaches voice. Brenda is currently a teaching artist with Play On Philly.