Engler has been an Apprentice Artist with the Lake George Opera Festival and the Sarasota Opera Festival, and has toured and performed throughout Europe with the Ravel Trio and The Pennsylvania Academy of Music. She has been featured with several orchestras throughout North America performing works such as Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915, Elgar’s Sea Pictures, Berlioz’s Les Nuit d’Été, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, and Mahler’s Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen. She has also performed with longtime collaborator Daniel Lau in solo recitals at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Recent performances and releases include solo recitals and concerts throughout the United States and Europe.
An advocate of contemporary works and an active chamber musician, audiences have enjoyed her performances of Berio’s Circles and Folksongs, the United States premier of Ann Boyd’s My Name is Tian, Crumb’s Night of the Four Moons, “Federico’s Little Songs for Children, and John Harbison’s Mirabai Songs. Engler is a member of the Morpheus Trio along with pianist Daniel Lau and hornist Larry Williams and Director of Vocal Studies at McDaniel College.