Location: Pennsylvania, USA
Caroline Winschel is a co-founder of Chestnut Street Singers, Philadelphia's first cooperative chamber choir, and Tower of Song, a semi-annual summertime immersion in women's choir music.
In addition to her own ensembles, Caroline currently serves on the board of the Smith College Alumnae Chorus. She has a BA in English and French literature from Smith College and an MA in English from the University of Pennsylvania. At Smith College, she sang with Ryan Brandau, Jonathan Hirsh, Deanna Joseph, and Clifton J. Noble. In Paris, she sang with the Paris Choral Society and American Cathedral Choir (both with Ned Tipton); in Philadelphia, she sang with the Mendelssohn Club (with Alan Harler) and Voces Novae et Antiquae (with Robert M. Ross).
By day, Caroline runs development for Bartram's Garden, the country's oldest botanical garden. She enjoys baking elaborate desserts, prowling antique fairs, masterminding surprises, and driving over the speed limit.