Phyllis Fay Farmer

Phyllis Fay Farmer - Mezzo Soprano

Phyllis Fay Farmer, mezzo soprano, “nicely regulated voice and good diction” (Schenectady Daily Gazette, May 18, 2010), has performed art song recitals for Great Neck House and the Hewlett Woodmere Public Library (“Songs My Mother Taught Me”), the Southold Public Library and the Garden City Public Library (“Spooktacular Classical Music”), the Mount Pleasant Library (“Romantic Situations”) and the New York Public Library.  She is featured on the CD, “Halim El-Dabh and Friends” and recorded “Monongahela Rising” for Waddy Thompson.  A founding member of the chamber music group Philomel’s Song, she has performed art songs for flute and voice at the Hyde Collection (Glens Falls, NY), the National Flute Convention, the Dahesh Museum of Art’s “First Thursday” and St. John the Divine (St. James Chapel).  Ms. Farmer also sings with Music Before 1800 (  Phyllis holds a B.M. and M.M. from the University of Texas at Austin. (