Mezzo-soprano Ashley Mulcahy is a recent graduate of the Voxtet Program at the Yale School of Music and Institute of Sacred Music. At Yale, Ashley had the opportunity to work with many internationally renowned conductors, including Nicholas McGegan, Masaaki Suzuki, and David Hill. Ashley has performed with numerous ensembles including the Boston Early Music Festival, Bach Collegium Japan, Theatre of Voices, The Newberry Consort, True Concord, Pegasus Early Music, New York State Baroque, Upper Valley Baroque, and the Handel and Haydn Society. Additionally, Ashley co-directs Lyracle, an ensemble dedicated to exploring the art of accompanying the voice with the viol and to telling the stories of historic practitioners of this art. Ashley is the Alto Two Choral Scholar at Boston University’s Marsh Chapel. She holds a BA in Italian and a BM in vocal performance from the University of Michigan. Ashley writes for Early Music America on a freelance basis.