Mezzo-Soprano Kristin Hoff debuted at Carnegie Hall, singing Elliot Carter’s Syringa with Maestro James Levine. She has performed with many orchestras, including Boston Pops, Vancouver, Montreal and Tanglewood, as well as with Chants Libres, Le Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, the Mark Morris Dance Company, Caramoor Vocal Rising Stars and the New York Festival of Song. Her operatic roles include Tebaldo with Vancouver Opera, Dryade at Tanglewood and Carmen on tour with the Jeunesses Musicales. Kristin was a first prize winner in the NYCO Mozart competition, won several prizes with Jeunes Ambassadeurs Lyriques and was a finalist in the International Voice Competition in Canari, Corsica. In October, Kristin toured an opera gala concert throughout China. Other recent performances include Mahler’s Kindertotenlieder, Handel’s Messiah, and new music concerts including Harawi (Messiaen), the premiere of One to One to One (Luna Pearl Woolf) and Love Songs (Ana Sokolovic).