“Angela Malek received her Bachelor of Music degree in vocal performance from Baylor University and her Master of Music degree in vocal performance from Indiana University. In addition to singing operatic roles in the renowned Indiana University Opera Theatre, she was the assistant to the legendary Thomas Binkley in the Early Music Institute appearing frequently as soprano soloist in the baroque operas, cantatas, oratorios and ensembles at the school. Ms. Malek attended the Schola Cantorum in Basel, Switzerland on a Rotary Scholarship from Texas, sang in baroque opera productions at the Basel Theatre and recorded for Swiss National Radio. Ms. Malek was a soloist for the Dale Warland Singers, the Ex Macchina baroque opera, the Minnesota Chorale and The Schubert Club in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. She was also a teacher at the Minnesota School for the Performing Arts and the director and founder of both the inner-city music program, Musicapolis, and the chamber opera company, Opera Millennium. Between 1999 and 2007, Ms. Malek lived in northern Germany and France performing in baroque operas and chamber music.
Since returning to the States, she has been a regular soprano soloist in San Antonio, including a recent performance with Houston's Mercury Baroque Orchestra. This May she will appear in the Rienzi Concert Series in Houston with harpsichordist Christina Edelen. Ms. Malek is the recipient of the 2009 George Cortes Award for Classical Singing from the Artist Foundation of San Antonio.“
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