Praised for her “nimble voice” and “artistry that belies [her] young years,” Estelí Gomez enjoys a varied career of solo and ensemble singing throughout North America. Having graduated from Yale College in 2008, she recently finished her Master’s in early music voice at McGill in Montreal, studying with Sanford Sylvan. Last year Estelí performed the title role in Handel’s Agrippina with Opera McGill, and recorded a CD of Spanish Baroque music with Montreal-based Ensemble Caprice, which was nominated for a JUNO in the category of Classical Album of the Year: Vocal or Choral Performance. Estelí has recently performed with Roomful of Teeth, Trinity Wall Street, Clarion Music Society, Conspirare, Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Musica Vocale, the Simon Carrington Chamber Singers, Ensemble Caprice, La Nef, Bernard Labadie’s Violons du Roy, and Daniel Taylor’s Theater of Early Music. Upcoming engagements include soprano soloist in Bach’s B minor Mass with the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Roomful of Teeth’s annual residency at Mass MoCA in the Berkshires, and concerts with Miami-based chamber ensemble Seraphic Fire.