Agnes Zsigovics is a Canadian soprano soloist. She sings internationally, records on major labels, and specializes in Early Music repertoire. The Early Music Review (UK) wrote she is "icily perfect", and "among the best ever". The New York Times praised her ardent lines and style at Carnegie Hall. A recent write-up in theWholeNote recognizes Agnes as "one of today's finest sopranos specializing in Early Music". Agnes is featured on several acclaimed albums, including Juno-nominated The Heart’s Refuge and The Voice of Bach with Daniel Taylor, and OPUS-nominated Bach Johannes-Passion with Alexander Weimann. Her most recent feature is on The Vale of Tears, released in 2015.
Most recently, Agnes sang Bach’s St. Mark Passion at Festival d’Ambronay in France with the Paris based Early Music ensemble Le Concert Étranger, Bach's Mass in B Minor with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, Monteverdi's Vespers with Music of the Baroque (Chicago) under the direction of Jane Glover, Dido and Aeneas (Theatre of Early Music), Bach’s Mass in B minor (King’s Chapel Choir), Bach’s St. Matthew Passion (Grand Philharmonic Choir).
Last season marked her seventh appearance as guest soprano soloist at the Bethlehem Bach Festival, her debut singing with Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and a solo recital at the Elora Festival.
Agnes career highlights include Carnegie Hall, Washington Bach Consort, The National Ballet, The Oregon Bach Festival, I Musici, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and tours to Peru, Brazil and Germany.