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Micaela Bottari is a versatile young vocalist based in Brooklyn, NY. Micaela is a recent graduate of Westminster Choir College, where she had the honor of performing at Carnegie Hall, the Kimmel Center, and Lincoln Center with Westminster Symphonic Choir, as well as The Metropolitan Museum of Art with Westminster Williamson Voices, and at NAfME with Kantorei, Westminster’s early music ensemble. Micaela appears on four Williamson Voices records, and as a soloist on the 2016 release Missa Carolae and Christmas Carols. Today, Micaela sings professionally in the Same Stream Choir and the Christ Church Chamber Ensemble. Micaela has also been singing with bands for eight years, touring and recording with blues/rock group Little Tower in 2015. Recently, Micaela founded the original band, Miss Milo, as the lead singer and artistic director.
Micaela’s love for music began with her childhood choir, Chorus Angelicus. In her ten years with the chorus she learned to read music, went on various tours, and began to appear as a soloist. In her professional career, this experience prompted Micaela to become the Development Assistant at Brooklyn Youth Chorus (BYC) in 2020. Prior to her time at BYC, Micaela worked as Assistant Editor for Oxford University Press’ Grove Music Online.