Wednesday, August 31, 2011

The Difference of Two Years for Soprano Margaret Windler

Thanks to "proudpop53" on YouTube, the world was introduced to a fresh-faced high school soprano named Margaret Windler singing a popular Italian song. After being viewed over 35,000 times, it seems as though the soprano has grown up a bit and new videos have been posted of a recital that features the singer in much more mature repertoire. Get more information at her website by clicking here.
Click on the photo to launch the soprano singing "Piangete voi?...Al dolce guidami"
from Donizetti's Anna Bolena.
"Maggie’s singing career began on her own front porch at the tender age of four. Serenading the neighbors with show tunes from Rogers & Hammerstein was just the beginning. Six years with the St. Louis Cathedral Children’s Choir instilled a love for traditional choral music. Various roles in high school musicals and choral competitions convinced her that singing was to be her career. Maggie is currently majoring in vocal performance at Tulane University." [Source]


  1. I love her unaffected voice and pure tone - really a cross-over soprano like Norway’s Sissel and New Zealand’s Hayley Westenra. Hope to see more postings on utube. Anyone know more about her? Does she still attend Tulane University?

  2. Horrible....she's as bland as a bar of soap.