Grammy winning artist Gitanjali Mathur is hailed as having “skyrocketing coloratura”, “fluid and dexterous voice”, “piercingly clear soprano” and being a “natural and convincing comedic actress.” Ms. Mathur completed her higher studies in voice performance at Indiana University, Bloomington, along with minors in Math and Computer Science. She resides in Austin, Texas where she is a full time singer with Texas Early Music Project, the early music group Ensemble viii, and GRAMMY®-winning ensemble Conspirare conducted by Craig Hella Johnson. In addition, Ms. Mathur is a part of the eclectic ensemble Convergence (winner of the 2013 Austin Critics’ Table Awards for Best Small Ensemble). She has performed in France, Italy, Germany, and Denmark. Proud to sing with Seraphic Fire, Ms. Mathur is featured on their GRAMMY®-nominated CD A Seraphic Fire Christmas. Most recently, she has sung the roles of Serpina in Pergolesi’s La Serva Padrona, Gabriel in The Creation by Haydn, Mozart’s Exsultate, Jubilate, “The Witch” in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, Venus in John Blow’s baroque opera Venus and Adonis, Christmas Oratorio with The Concordia Choir, and made her solo Carnegie Hall debut with Helmuth Rilling in J.S. Bach’s St. Matthew Passion. She sings with Bach Collegium San Diego, Spire Ensemble in Kansas City, True Concord in Arizona, and Vox Humana in Dallas.