Coeli Ingold – Vocalist
Coeli Ingold, soprano, is one of Northeast Ohio’s most sought after classical singers.
She enjoys an active career as soloist in recital, church music, opera, and with orchestra, and has sung throughout the United States and in France andSwitzerland. Possessing a clear, angelic voice, Ms. Ingold is classically trained and holds the Bachelor of Music degree from The Cleveland Institute of Musicand the Master’s degree from Case Western Reserve University.
Her repertoire list includes much of the traditional literature made popular through recordings by Charlotte Church and Sarah Brightman. Ms Ingold is currently cantor and soloist at The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist(Cleveland, OH), and she has been on vocal rosters for churches of all faiths and denominations throughout Northeast Ohio.
She can be heard on several compact discs on the Soundwaves label. Ms. Ingold is available for house concerts, society events, and Christmas parties as well as weddings, memorial services, and baptisms.
Coeli sounded unforgettable. The music was simply beautiful.
Absolutely beautiful voice! Ava Maria was my favorite! Thanks again for making our wedding day perfect!
Such a god given talent that is put to beautiful use. Coeli out did Sara Brightman in my opinion. She is beautiful and so is her voice!
Colei is wonderful, she sings like an angel and helped make our wedding ceremony so beautiful. She also was readily available in helping me make the musical selections for our ceremony and was a great help!
Absolutely beautiful voice.
Coeli has a beautiful voice and helped make our ceremony spectacular. Her solos were very much talked about amongst our guests.
Coeli Ingold has an absolutely amazing voice – very talented!
Besides her engaging antics on stage, Ingold’s youthful and sparkling clear voice is undeniably well-suited for this character.
Her voice expressed fiery emotions…she eloquently expressed the music’s tragic emotions and dramatic contrasts.
Ingold was enchanting in conveying the perky purity of the coloratura phrases in answer to Mary Kay Fink’s virtuosically ornamented bird calls on transverse flute.
She sounded right at home in Mozart’s coloratura arias and high-flying pitch range.
The qualities to be emphasized in singing airs de cour are delicatesse (refinement) nd mignardise (daintiness). Both were evident in Ms. Ingold’s singing style. Her lovely, flexible voice delighted the audience.
…Coeli Ingold showed another side to her artistry…the soprano, who usually concentrates on early music, brought shimmering vocal qualities…including pristine trills that elude most exponents of the role…How nice to hear the part sung with such agility and tonal purity…A capacity audience appeared charmed by the production.
Ingold, the Camerata’s director, sang like a baroque instrumentalist with a good French accent…producing a light and clear tone, she prolonged dissonances, negotiated embellishments with agility and reserved vibrato for expressive purposes.
She has a light but pure-toned voice and an immaculate technique…she shaped the music with fine control, gracefully integrating the ornaments into the vocal line…none of the other singers commanded the technique that characterized the singing of Ingold.
Soprano Coeli Ingold sang with sweet timbre, well-schooled technique and excellent early-music manners.
Ingold handled elaborate embellishments with skill and she shifted easily from outcries of despair to playful moralizing, she had the sweet vocal quality to play the country maiden.
Coeli Ingold, who performs regularly in area productions, displayed a good command of the writing for Blonde.
…Blonde was perfectly played by soprano Coeli Ingold…she sounded right at home in Mozart’s coloratura arias and high-flying pitch range…She blossomed beautifully as a comic opera soubrette.
Ingold displayed a light and agile soprano, where she matched trills, runs and birdcall imitations with the soft pastoral sound of Fink’s wooden flute.
Coeli Ingold’s Gretel claimed just the right touches of purity and warmth. Her lyric soprano brought silvery agility to the girl’s lines, her trill was real, and she centered pitches squarely on target.
Coeli Ingold brought warm timbre, and a lyrical line to quiet songs by Dowland and Johnson.