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“Simply marvelous… it’s either like being told a great story with musical accompaniment or hearing a wonderful piece of music made more engaging by a narrator.”

— Dan Leeson, The San Francisco Classical Voice


Blending dramatic narration and character acting with original and sourced music Margaret performs myths, epics, and tales for adult, family, and young audiences. She has performed hundreds of concerts throughout the world, appearing in theaters, colleges, cultural centers, schools, and festivals.

Recent works include Psyche and Eros, a dramatic piece for solo storyteller and orchestra created in collaboration with composer Michael Ching. Psyche and Eros premiered with the San Jose Chamber Orchestra and later was adapted for storyteller, piano, and violin. The trio version was featured at the Abu Dhabi Music and Art Festival and the Lincoln Center Summer Institute program in Tennessee. For these performances, Wolfson and Ching were joined by violinists Pasha Cazan and Marisa Polesky, respectively.

Other storytelling and music collaborations include Stories Under the Stars with Lydia Stankulnova (concert harp) and Malena Avila (flute); World Myth and Music with Paula Chan Bing (flutes, sound design, folk harp) and Kweyao Agyapon (Djembe drum, African percussion); Majnun Layla and The Epic of Gilgamesh with Simon Shaheen (composer, oud, violin), Bassam Saba (eastern and western flutes), Michel Merhej and Zafer Tawil (Middle Eastern percussion); and The Patient Stone with Eugene Friesen (cellist).

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Selected Venues

Harvard University (Cambridge, MA)

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Washington, DC)

The Los Angeles Music Center (Los Angeles, CA)

The National Theater (Washington, DC)

The Sydney Opera House Harvard University (Sydney, Australia)

Harvard University (Cambridge, MA)

Indiana University (Bloomington, IN)

La Petit Trianon Theatre (San Jose, CA)

Princeton University (Princeton, NJ)

The Abu Dhabi Theater (Abu Dhabi, UAE)

The Asia Society (New York, NY)

The Brooklyn Museum (Brooklyn, NY)

The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts (Hartford, CT)

The City University of New York (New York, NY)

The Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center (Tampa, FL)

The United Nations (New York, NY)

Villanova University (Villanova, PA)

University of Massachusetts (Amherst, MA)

Hundreds of schools, universities, and cultural centers throughout the United States and the Emirates, as well as Australia, Japan, the Philippines, Okinawa, Korea, Sweden, and England.