Our sopranos bring a beauty and sweetness to our music that we think will absolutely delight you. Please read on to learn about these talented musicians.
Recently relocated to AZ, Soprano Sarah Costanzo joined CES in January, 2020. Singing is like breathing for Sarah. Her childhood idol was Shirley Temple. In second grade, she sang “The Candy Man” at her Communion party. By 6th grade, she had auditioned for her first community children’s chorus, the Cleveland Singing Angels, and dedicated herself to them through high school (no football games for Sarah). She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Music from
Eastern Michigan University.
Sarah has lived in 6 cities and states across the US, and always makes finding a group to sing with a top priority of her moves. As a result, she has sung with world-famous orchestras; and in an African-American spiritual choir, women’s chorus, contemporary a capella, and church choirs. Some of Sarah’s favorite choral memories are singing at a
Cleveland Browns’ half time, performing “Casey at the Bat” (with Bob Costas as narrator), singing annually at Piccolo Spoleto in Charleston, SC; performing the Mozart Requiem in Mexico City and Carnegie Hall; and creating magic in King Moravian’s Lessons and Carols & Easter morning services. Sarah is married to Christopher and has a beloved 10-year-old Chesapeake Bay Retriever named Jedi.
This is Cleveland-born concert and recording artist Eileen Mager’s fourth season with CE Singers. She made her debut as a recitalist in Chicago, and has been performing in Arizona for more than 30 years. She has appeared as featured soloist with the Four Seasons Orchestra, the MusicaNova Orchestra, and the Harp Consortium, as well as with many
Valley choral groups and at Valley churches. Eileen was the Artistic Director for several Arizona Vivaldi Festivals, and a featured performer in many Festival concerts. She is a recipient of Art Renaissance Initiative’s “Artist of the Decade” Medici Award.
Her repertoire includes everything from opera to jazz, Broadway to folk, and classical religious works to spirituals and gospel. She has performed works of more than 90 composers, and has sung in 17 languages. Her seven CDs have won her an enthusiastic following among audiences and reviewers alike. She also has a considerable background as an actress in plays, musicals, and operas.
While all this was going on, Eileen also has had a long career in the business world as a consultant in training and human performance improvement, creating workshops, and teaching a broad spectrum of people.
Soprano Linda Moser grew up in the San Francisco Bay area, which gave her many opportunities to perform, starting at about age 12. Young America, San Francisco Opera, and ballads with guitar in the coffee houses in North Beach!
Living in Arizona has also offered great adventures with Arizona Opera, Phoenix Symphony, many churches, temples, and synagogues — so many amazing, talented musicians! She also loves traveling to far-away places to sing. For example: Montreal World’s Fair, Washington, DC, New York's Carnegie Hall, London's Royal Albert Hall, Notre Dame-Paris,
Great Pyramid of Giza, Mount Sinai, Firenze, Venice, Vienna, Salzburg, Prague, and Budapest. This is her second season with CES. When she is not singing, she is involved with her other passions: Vibrational Healing, Medical Intuitive, and Hawaiian Kahuna Massage. She's an herbalist and a counselor ... and a ghost buster!