SIBYL - Chloe and Lily Holgate
SIBYL: Lily and Chloe Holgate hail from a family of Broadway musicians/actors and have been making music together since they were children. A recent top winner of WNYC's Pubic Song Project, these millennial conservatory-trained musicians sing and play a variety of instruments. Expert and nuanced arrangers, their songs feature original settings of poetry and newly imagined arrangements of folk songs. Their intricate vocal harmonies over gossamer string lines creates a sound-world both intimate and intense, hopeful and haunting
Chloe Holgate is a versatile ensemble singer and soloist, Chloe recently made her soloist debut at Alice Tally Hall with the American Classical Orchestra. She has performed with Ensemble Échappé, Melius Consort, Chatham Baroque, Folger Consort and the Prototype Festival. A member of trio Modern Medieval, she can be heard on their newly released debut album, The Living Word, pairing chants by Hildegard von Bingen with new works by Caleb Burhans, Daniel Thomas Davis, Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek and Caroline Shaw.
Lily Holgate is a violinist, singer and educator. Based in Brooklyn, she performs with the String Orchestra of New York City (SONYC), the Harrisburg Symphony, the Trinity-Wall Street Orchestra, and on various chamber music festivals throughout the Northeast. Lily was a member of the Puck Quartet, which held residencies at Stanford University (CA), the Garth Newel Center for Chamber Music (VA), and the Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music (NH). Lily has taught at the United Nations International School and currently maintains a full teaching studio at the Brooklyn Waldorf School.