In 2011 Ms. Sollek covered the title role in Handel’s RINALDO for the Glyndebourne Festival. Other opera credits include Rosmira in Handel’s PARTENOPE with Boston Baroque, Bradamante in Handel’s ALCINA with Teatro Municipal de Santiago in Chile, Mamma Lucia in Mascagni’s CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA with the String Orchestra of Brooklyn, Juno in Handel’s SEMELE with Music in the Somerset Hills, Beauty in Hannah Lash’s BLOOD ROSE for the Music at the Park series at Park Avenue Christian Church, and Lucretia in Britten’s RAPE OF LUCRETIA with the Eastman Opera Theatre. She is currently in workshops for Amy Beth Kirsten’s QUIXOTE, to be premiered as a part of Montclair State University’s Peak Performances in 2017. Ms. Sollek will be featured in the role of the Dying Cow in Lisa Bielawa’s serial opera, VIREO: THE SPIRITUAL BIOGRAPHY OF A WITCH’S ACCUSER. The Dying Cow appears in three of the opera’s twelve episodes, all of which will be released for online streaming in the spring of 2017 by KCET public television.
In the genre of new music, she has worked extensively with composer John Zorn, premiering his music in the US, Europe, Australia, and Israel. She has appeared at the June in Buffalo, Ojai, and Big Ears Music Festivals performing works by Steve Reich, and has recorded Reich’s The Desert Music and Tehillim with Alarm Will Sound for Cantaloupe and Music for 18 Musicians with Ensemble Signal for Harmonia Mundi. She can also be seen on Alarm Will Sound’s Reich at the Roxy, a DVD featuring live performances of Reich’s music. She has collaborated with Carnegie Hall’s Ensemble ACJW for performances of John Adams’ Grand Pianola Music, Jeffrey Milarsky conducting, and Louis Andriessen’s De Staat, John Adams conducting.