"Kameryn Lueng soared in James Primosch’s ‘Holy the Firm’”
– Zachary Woolfe, New York Times
"Lueng was a joy to listen to, with a voice of arresting beauty, exceptional purity and remarkable agility"
–Kate Stringer, The Boston Musical Intelligencer
Mezzo soprano Kameryn Lueng has made a name for herself as an up-and-coming recitalist, concert soloist, and historical performance specialist, with a repertoire spanning from the medieval to modern eras. A graduate of the Bard College Conservatory and New England Conservatory, she has performed at celebrated venues and festivals nationwide, most notably The Morgan Library in New York and the Tanglewood Festival in Massachusetts. Ms. Lueng is currently pursuing a degree in Historical Performance Practice at Case Western Reserve University, where she studies with Ellen Hargis.