The Amorous Lyre: Music by Tarquinio Merula & Contemporaries. Phoebe is featured in arias Su la cetra amorosa, Hor ch'è tempo di dormire, Folle è ben, Menti lingua bugiarda, Quand'io volsi l'altra sera...
The Black Dragon: Music from the time and place of the infamous Vlad the Impaler. Phoebe's featured songs include Azt gondoltom eső esik, Wolkenstein's "Wohl auf," Esteli imadsag, Volek sirolmtudotlon, and a Byzantine Kyrie
¡Iberia!—Spanish and Portuguese Music of the Golden Age. Phoebe's solo, Sephardic song "Como la rosa," is hauntingly accompanied by Kay Jaffee on gemshorn
Dmitry Bortniansky: Ukrainian-born composer famous for his setting of the Cherubic Hymn. Phoebe is soloist for Concertos #9 & 18
Sanctuary: Sacred Eastern European music. Phoebe sings the opening solo of "Gorani"
You Are Variations, recorded in 2004 with a small chamber ensemble drawn from the LA Master Chorale, reflects Steve Reich's signature minimalist style.
Durón's inventive zarzuela, Salir el Amor del Mundo concerns a dispute between Cupid, Diana, and other Olympians.
The Origin, an oratorio based on the life of Charles Darwin, features Phoebe as a member of Kitka and as a soloist in the humorous "A Taste for Collecting Beetles."
Satu (the Indonesian word for "one") features Phoebe on solo vocals and on gongs, hand cymbals, and reyongs within the gamelan.
Honey from the Thorn, songs and instrumental realizations from early medieval England. Phoebe is featured on several tracks, including "Miri it is"
"How to Survive the Apocalypse," a rock opera set in the deep desert. Phoebe portrays the elemental character of Wind, singing the ethereal track "Strange Weather"
James Newton Howard's motion picture soundtrack for M. Night Shyamalan's tale of a mysterious aquatic visitor