A regular interpreter of Baroque repertoire, Mary Wilson has appeared with Boston Baroque, Philharmonia Baroque, Musica Angelica, American Bach Soloists, Grand Rapids Bach Festival, Bach Society of St. Louis, Baltimore Handel Choir, Florida Bach Festival, Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Casals Festival, and the Carmel Bach Festival. On the concert stage, she has most recently appeared with the Los angeles Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Los Angeles Master Chorale, Detroit Symphony, Delaware Symphony Orchestra, San Antonio Symphony, Jacksonville Symphony, Virginia Symphony, Buffalo Philharmonic, Jacksonville Symphony, Dayton Philharmonic, Vocalessence, and at the Hollywood Bowl.
In addition to Martin Pearlman, she has worked with numerous conductors including Nicholas McGegan, Bernard Labadie, Martin Haselböck, Joann Falletta, Michael Stern, Anton Armstrong, Philip Brunelle and Leonard Slatkin. With the IrIs Chamber Orchestra, she sang the world premiere of the song cycle Songs Old and New written especially for her by Ned Rorem. She was named an emerging artist by Symphony Magazine in 2004 in the publication’s first ever presentation of promising classical soloists on the rise.