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Molly Hennig

Molly Beth Hennig is a soprano crossover artist currently studying vocal performance and music industry at the University of Wisconsin in Oshkosh. Her past achievements include the Mark Gruenwald Scholarship, Orville C. Sherman Memorial Music Scholarship, Recording Academy Scholarship and Roger H. and Randall K. Zentner Scholarship. She has performed onstage for the UW Oshkosh Music Department as Laurie in Aaron Copland’s opera ""The Tender Land,"" and for the UW Oshkosh Theater Department she has performed as The Beggar Woman in Sondheim's ""Sweeney Todd,""  and Bellomy in ""The Fantasticks."" Her additional roles outside of the university include Dorothy in ""The Wizard of Oz"" and the Mother Abbess in ""The Sound of Music.""

In 2019, Molly received the UW Oshkosh Provost's Award for Outstanding Research and Creativity for her performance of Eric Whitacre's ""Five Hebrew Love Songs."" Molly was also the winner of the 2019 UW Oshkosh Concerto Competition with pianist Joshua Kriegl. In 2020 Molly received the Best Undergraduate Research award for her research and performance of Robert Schumann's ""Frauenliebe und Leben"" with Joshua Kriegl. Molly won second place in two of the 2020 Great Composers Competition Series events, one for ""Best Mozart Performance"" of the concerto ""Ch'io Mi Scordi di te"" and one for ""Best Schumann Performance"" of the ""Frauenliebe"" cycle's piece ""Helft Mir Ihr Schwestern."" Furthermore, Molly is a featured 2020 Honors Recital Finalist for the UW Oshkosh Music Department, and her scholarly work on the performance of “Frauenliebe und Leben” will be featured in the 2021 issue of the Oshkosh Scholar academic journal.

Currently, Molly is working under the UW Oshkosh Undergraduate Research Grant to learn and perform Ligeti's ""Mysteries of the Macabre."" Her senior recital is set for the spring of 2021, which will feature the works of Claude Debussy, Robert Schumann, and her own compositional works. Molly will pursue a master's program in fall of 2021 for both voice and musicology.

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