Geogetta Psaros, critically-acclaimed mezzo-soprano and recording artist, has performed with The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, The English National Opera, The Geneva Opera, Carnegie Hall, Wigmore Hall, Royal ALbert Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall in London England, Victoria Hall with the Suisse Romande Orchestra in Geneva, The New York Philharmonic, and The Los Angeles Philharmonic. Leading conductors include Sir Roger Norrington, Carlo Maria Giulini, Pierre Boulez, Sir Charles MacKerras, Anton Guadagno and Andre Previn. She is the winner of the Ebi Stignani Gold Medal in Parma, Italy. The mezzo sang a command performance for Michael the First, King of Romania, upon his visit to the United States. She has been a featured soloist on international tours of thr Roger Wagner Chorale during the final ten years of Maestro Wagner's career including operatic and musical theatre excerpts and arrangements of spirituals. Citical Praise comes form THE NEW YORK TIMES, 'To be brief about it, Miss Psaros is a formidable artist.' From the LOS ANGELES TIMES, '...her ardor, her dramatic, dark mezzo and her expressive visage - often positively beatific - made for a succession of gripping performances.' From the NATIONAL ACADEMY OF RECORDING ARTS AND SCIENCES, 'Outstanding... expressive... artistic... magnificent!' From Maestro Roger Wagner, conductor of the Roger Wagner Chorale, 'Who needs the Met when we have Georgette!'