Trio Eos illuminates the profound beauty of the female voice and its full range of expression over the ages. Comprised of sopranos Michele Kennedy and Jessica Beebe and mezzo-soprano Maren Montalbano, the Trio performs music from the early Middle Ages through the Twenty-First Century, championing works by emerging composers. Through a multiyear performance residency at the Museum of Biblical Art, Eos commissioned new works by Robinson McClellan and performed pieces by Elizabeth Meade, Richard Einhorn, Rebecca Clarke, and Karen Siegel. Eos’ recent performances include chants of Hildegard von Bingen with Sympho Orchestra, works by Matthew Schickele in the Five Boroughs Music Festival, and a program with the Music at St. Paul’s Series at Columbia University. Trio Eos has performed medieval music programs at The Cloisters Branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Folger Shakespeare Library in DC, and at New York’s Corpus Christi Church, where they competed in the national finals for the Early Music America competition for emerging artists.