Hai-Ting Chinn performs in a wide range of styles and venues, from Purcell to Pierrot Lunaire, Cherubino to The King & I, J.S. Bach to P.D.Q. Bach. She was featured in the 2011–14 revival and tour of Phillip Glass’ Einstein on the Beach, and she is currently singing the role of Belle in Glass’ La Belle et La Bête at various venues around the world. She has performed with New York City Opera, The Wooster Group, Opera Omnia, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, the Israel Philharmonic, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, and the Waverly Consort; and on the stages of Carnegie Hall, the Mann Center for the Performing Arts, the Edinburgh Festival, Verbier Festival, Grimeborn Festival, and on London’s West End. Operatic roles include Didone in Cavalli’s La Didone with The Wooster Group, Poppea in Monteverdi’s L’Incoronazione di Poppea and Medea in Cavalli’s Giasone with Opera Omnia, Nicklausse and the Muse in Offenbach’s Les Contes D’Hoffmann, Hansel in Hansel and Gretel, Dorabella in Così fan tutte, and in Peter Maxwell Davies’ monodrama The Medium. She has premiered new works by Conrad Cummings, Yoav Gal, Renée Favand-See, Amy Beth Kirsten, Tarik O’Regan, Matthew Schickele, Stefan Weisman, and Du Yun, and she was featured in the 2017 Resonant Bodies Festival, a singer-centered celebration of new music. In April 2016, as an artist-in-residence at HERE Arts Center, Ms. Chinn developed and premiered Science Fair: An Opera With Experiments, a staged show of science set to music.