Members of Sorores Duo are Amy Rosine, soprano, and
Sandra Mosteller, clarinet. They also perform works with guest pianists.
Melody Fried is pictured
here performing with the Duo at Truman State University.
Click on the album cover for information about the
Sorores Duo album Memories of Hope
Sorores Duo has been performing together for over ten years. They have built a repertoire of works with a particular emphasis on contemporary music, as well as music related to the Holocaust. Programs range from serious to whimsical. Their "signature" piece, The Child in the Hole by William Vollinger, was the springboard for their collaboration.
Having performed throughout the United States, the ensemble features works by Wollinger, Jacob, Seiber, Greaves, Schubert, Laitman, Gordon, Tate, and Roe, to name a few.
In 2020 Sorores Duo commissioned American composer Gwyneth Walker to write a piece for them. The result of this collaboration is three existing pieces for soprano now have newly composed clarinet parts. We have read through the pieces and are excited to share them with the public. The next step will be a recording of Gwyneth Walker's music.
Sandra and Amy attended undergraduate school together at Truman State University and were sisters in the women’s fraternity Sigma Alpha Iota. The name “sorores” is Latin for “sisters,” from which their professional collaboration was born. They have performed for three National Conventions of their fraternity as well as the College Music Society. Their first recording is available for purchase (click the album cover above) or digital download.
The Sorores Duo has developed a unique masterclass approach where singers and clarinetists meet together in a session with Dr. Rosine and Dr. Mosteller. Students are able to use information from the sessions and apply it to their own instrument.
The Sorores Duo is available for recital and masterclass engagements. Please fill out the contact form and we will get back to you!
Orpheus and Euridice with
Richard Fountain, piano
Wayland Baptist University
March 12, 2020