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At our "A Baroque New Year's Eve at the Opera" concert in 2019, Sarah Coit brought the house down with her dazzling performances of arias from Handel's <em>Giulio Cesare, Riccardo I ré d’Inghilterra, Theodora, </em>and<em> Ariodante.</em> Two months later, she became the recipient of the 2020 Jeffrey Thomas Award, and she will be heard in December 2021 in ABS's concerts of Handel's Messiah in Grace Cathedral and the Green Music Center. </span></p><p><span>A prize-winner from the George London Foundation and the Handel Aria Competition, her repertoire ranges from the Baroque to operas including <em>The Marriage of Figaro</em> with Michigan Opera Theatre (Cherubino) and <em>The Barber of Seville</em> with Utah Opera (Rosina). An experienced and captivating recital artist, Sarah will present a varied program of some of her favorite works </span><span>ranging from bravura arias from Baroque
opera and musical drama — including Handel's </span><em>Ariodante</em><span> and </span><em>Hercules, </em><span>Monteverdi's</span><em> L’incoronazione di Poppea, </em><span>and Vivaldi's</span><em> Juditha Triumphans</em><span> — to the deeply moving song cycle by Dominick Argento, "From the Diary of Virginia