In the 2018-19 season, soprano Ann Moss gives world premieres by Ursula Kwong-Brown, Feona Lee Jones, and Allen Shearer with Composers, Inc., and makes appearances with Solo Opera, Cleveland Opera Theater, and guitarist David Tanenbaum. She performs the US premiere of Jake Heggie’s orchestrated song cycle Newer Every Day: Songs for Kiri with the Baldwin-Wallace University Orchestra, and gives the Bay Area premiere of Ingrid Stölzel's The Gorgeous Nothings, composed on fragments of Emily Dickinson. As co-founder and Artistic Director of new music repertory group CMASH, Ms. Moss has created and premiered more than 100 new vocal works. She has been a featured soloist with Left Coast Chamber Ensemble, San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, Earplay, Eco Ensemble, and West Edge Opera; the Alexander, Lydian, Ives, and Hausmann string quartets; and she performed at the FENAM, Other Minds, Fresno New Music, PARMA, and Switchboard Music festivals. She has released two solo albums, Currents and Love Life, and she can also be heard on releases for the Arsis, Naxos, Albany, PARMA, Angels Share Records, and Navona Records labels. A native of Boston and a graduate of Hampshire College, the Longy School of Music of Bard College, and San Francisco Conservatory, Ms. Moss resides and teaches in Richmond, CA with her husband, violist Justin Ouellet. She made her San Francisco Symphony debut in 2017.