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Lucy Dhegrae

Hailed for her “vocal versatility and an omnivorous curiosity” (NY Times), Lucy Dhegrae is a singer who moves easily between a broad variety of styles. She founded the boundary-pushing internationally acclaimed Resonant Bodies Festival (2013-2021), and has sung at venues including Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, and Miller Theatre. Her recognitions include WQXR’s 20 for 20 Artists to Watch; the Career Advancement Award from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra; and the Professional Achievement Award from the University of Michigan SMT&D. Other career highlights include debuts with the New York Philharmonic and 92Y, and an artist residency at National Sawdust where she premiered The Processing Series, exploring trauma’s relationship to the voice. In addition to her public advocacy with RAINN, Dhegrae is also a grief ritual leader, DJ, and electronic artist. For her classical music:; for her electronic music: