Soprano Martha Cluver is a soloist and chamber musician focusing on early and new music. An original member of the Grammy Award–winning vocal band Roomful of Teeth and ModernMedieval Voices, she has performed and recorded many works by Steve Reich, including the world premiere chamber version of The Desert Music. Other notable solo performances have included works by John Zorn, George Benjamin, Alice Shields, Caleb Burhans, Kaija Saariaho, and Berio. Operatic appearances have included Feldman’s Neither, Nunes’s La Douce, and Vivier’s Kopernikus. Ms. Cluver has worked with conductors including Semyon Bychkov, Eduardo Leandro, Brad Lubman, David Alan Miller, Ludovic Morlot, Alan Pierson, Christopher Rountree, and Peter Rundel. She has performed with the Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra, Seattle Symphony, American Composers Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Dogs of Desire, Ensemble REMIX, Prague Modern, NEXUS Percussion, So Percussion, TENET, ACME, Fifth House Ensemble, and Alarm Will Sound. Martha Cluver earned a bachelor’s degree in viola performance from the Eastman School of Music.