Elena Mullins, soprano, has wide-ranging interests in the field of early music. Elena has sung with The Newberry Consort, Apollo’s Fire, Three Notch’d Road, Generation Harmonique, and Quire Cleveland, and has attended the American Bach Soloists Academy, Urbino Early Music, Madison Early Music Festival, Vancouver Early Music Festival, and Settimana Musicale del Trecento in Arezzo. She is currently the director of the Case Western Reserve University Early Music Singers. Elena takes a scholarly interest in the performance practices of early repertoires, reaching back as far as the twelfth century; in 2013 she co-founded Alkemie, an ensemble specializing in medieval music for voices and instruments. A voice student of Ellen Hargis, she holds a DMA in Historical Performance Practice from CWRU and a BA in Musical Arts from the Eastman School of Music. In addition to singing and conducting, Elena is an avid performer and teacher of baroque dance, and served on the faculty of the Oberlin Baroque Performance Institute last summer.