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Vocalists

Jennifer Zetlan


— Soprano

The soloists included the excellent soprano Jennifer Zetlan, who wielded her silvery voice to admirable effect. Her fluid ornamentation and shining top notes were particularly striking in sections like "Rejoice greatly, O daugher of Zion."
The New York Times

Jennifer Zetlan, sensitively accompanied by her husband, the pianist David Shimoni, offered an enchanting rendition of "La Barcheta" by Reynaldo Hahn, with a radiant, agile voice and excellent control. She also performed compellingly in selections by Debussy and Berlioz.
The New York Times

Jennifer Zetlan sang with an almost unearthly brilliance.
The New York Times

About

Soprano Jennifer Zetlan is internationally recognized for her artistry and captivating stage presence. She has been seen and heard on opera and concert stages worldwide, as well as recital venues and on Broadway. In the current season, Ms. Zetlan creates the title role of Rhoda in Rhoda and the Fossil Hunt for On Site Opera, performed at the Natural History Museum, and also reprises her role in Crossing with American Repertory Theatre at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Last season, Jennifer Zetlan made her European debut with the Staatstheater Stuttgart in . . .

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