Josephine Foster is a singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and composer whose “music plays games with our ideas of time and space” says The Guardian.  


Upon a fusion of art song and American folk music she walks a musical high wire. Since abandoning the operatic studies of her youth, Josephine has nurtured her characteristic warbling mezzo-soprano and interpretive wit over two decades, released some twenty albums, song cycles drawn from her own singular songbook, performed solo or leading various ensembles.  Her emotive, mesmeric performances platform her unorthodox arrangements of 19th century German Lieder, the folkloric collection of Lorca, or her musical settings of Dickinson and other poets.  


“a dreamily unique talent”
The Guardian