Priscilla Borges is a graphic, web designer and singer who came to the U.S. in 2005 for her Masters in Early Music in Bloomington. Since then, she was delighted to be part of several musical productions: Rameau’s Pygmalion (La Statue) with the New York Baroque Dance Company, Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo (La Messagiera) as part of the Bloomington Early Music Festival, Brazilian Valentines and Singing for Social Justice with the IU Latin American Music Ensemble, Malcolm Dalglish’s Welcome Table, and various other chamber music concerts.
She was founding & member of The Dialogue Ensemble, an Early Music ensemble focused on works contained in the rare books: Ayres and Dialogues (1653-1658) and Select Ayres and Dialogues (1659). They are part of the Lilly’s extensive collection of rare books.

She was also co-founder of Le Tre Grazie, a group who performed trios and duos by Luzzasco Luzzaschi, Barbara Strozzi and other wonderful composers of the 17th century.

Want to listen to some singing? Click here for recordings.

Besides her classical repertoire, she enjoys singing various styles and experimenting with a new series of house concerts which she calls “Saraus”.

You can check out her designer portfolio at PriscillaBorges.com.