“The revelation of the evening was the performance of Salvatore Sciarrino's odd one-woman operatic drama, Infinito Nero. Mezzo-soprano Megan Ihnen gave a mesmerizing dramatic and musical account of the strange mystic, Saint Mary Magadelen de Pazzi,” with SONAR new music ensemble in February 2014. Megan is a tireless promoter of contemporary classical music for the voice. She was invited as the only voice fellow to Fifth House Ensemble's Fresh Inc. program in 2013 as well as at the 2012 Bang on a Can Summer Music Festival at MASS MoCA. Her performance of George Crumb's Ancient Voices of Children at "Banglewood‟ was called "very good indeed, sharp and fervent" for NewMusicBox. She has been a featured soloist at both SICPP ('14) and MusicX ('11). She returned to Graz, Austria in February 2015 as a participant in the IMPULS festival. Megan is the author behind the popular classical voice blog, The Sybaritic Singer. She reviews classical music performances and writes about musical entrepreneurship. She was also recently a featured blogger for NewMusicBox. Please visit www.meganihnen.com to find out more.