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 Jennifer  Lane
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Jennifer Lane
Associate Professor-Vocal Studies
Contact address   415 Avenue C, Denton, TX 76201     Office LocationCollege of Music Building, Studio 208 
Email  jennifer.lane@unt.edu    Contact Number (940) 565-4091    Fax No: (940) 565-2002    http://www.jenniferlanemezzosoprano.com http://www.jenniferlanemezzosoprano.com   
Graduate Faculty Membership Status: Full Membership-Permanent   
toggle toggle  Professional Preparation
 Degree Major/Thesis/Dissertation Institution Year
  David Jones Teacher Mentoring Program City College of New York 2013
MA Vocal Performance/Benefit Concerts During the Early Nineteenth Century in London City University of New York/Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music 1980
  Symposia: Care of the Professional Voice Juilliard 1980-1981
BM Vocal Performance Roosevelt University/Chicago Musical College 1977
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SemesterSubjectCourse NumberSectionCourse NameCalculated Semester Credit HoursSyllabus 
Fall 2015MUAM1503005Studio Voice Download Syllabus
Fall 2015MUAM5503705Studio Voice Download Syllabus
Fall 2015MUAM6503001Studio Voice Download Syllabus
Fall 2015MUAG5215001Graduate Diction Download Syllabus
Spring 2015MUAG4980030Agility & Ornamentation for Singers Download Syllabus
Spring 2015MUAG5215001Graduate Diction  
Spring 2015MUAG5980030Agility & Ornamentation for Singers  
Spring 2015MUAM1503705Studio Voice  
Spring 2015MUAM3503705Studio Voice  
Spring 2015MUAM5503705Studio Voice  
Spring 2015MUAM6503705Studio Voice  
Fall 2014MUAM1503705Studio Voice  
Fall 2014MUAM3503705Studio Voice  
Fall 2014MUAM5503705Studio Voice  
Fall 2014MUAM6503705Studio Voice  
Fall 2014MUAG5215001Graduate Diction  
Spring 2014MUAG5215001Advanced Vocal Diction Download Syllabus
Spring 2014MUAG4210001Vocal Literature Download Syllabus
Fall 2013MUAG5215001Advanced Vocal Diction Download Syllabus
Fall 2013MUAG6280700Vocal Literature Download Syllabus
Spring 2012MUAC3503001Voice3Download Syllabus
Spring 2011MUAM5503001Voice3 or 4Download Syllabus
Spring 2011MUAM6503001Voice3 or 4Download Syllabus
Spring 2012MUAC1503001Voice3Download Syllabus
Spring 2011MUAM3503001Voice3Download Syllabus
Spring 2011MUAM1503001Voice3Download Syllabus
toggle toggle  Research and Expertise
Jennifer Lane
Expertise includes 40+ years of Professional performances in opera, oratorio, art song, chamber music, Baroque and 20th Century music; 33 years of Vocal teaching, 17+ years of University Voice teaching at UNT, University of Kentucky, and Stanford University; also Opera production and direction, Early Music Ensemble direction and coaching, Vocal Literature, Language and Style coaching, Workshop teaching and direction, Conference presentations, and 50+ Commercial CD and DVD Recordings, listed below. Over 100 master classes given across the US and abroad, including San Francisco Conservatory, Stanford University, Colegio Lluis Major Vives (Spain), Royal Academy of Music (London), Peabody Institute, Mannes College, University of Alabama, City College of New York, Old Dominion University, Florida Gulf Coast University, and UNT (3 times before hired into current position).
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Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)RankDepartment / SchoolCollege / OfficeUniversity / Company
2010-PresentCo-DirectorThe Enchanted Isle Vocal WorkshopMusicChaminade University, Honolulu, Hawai'i
2007-PresentAssociate Professor of VoiceDivision of Vocal StudiesCollege of MusicUniversity of North Texas
Summer-2011, 2013Guest Artist/TeacherBaroque Performance InstituteConservatory of MusicOberlin College
2003-2008Artist TeacherRenaissance WorkshopSan Francisco Early Music SocietyDominican College, Sonoma State University
2005-2007Associate ProfessorDivision of Vocal Studies/School of MusicCollege of Fine ArtsUniversity of Kentucky-Lexington
2006Co-DirectorSummer Opera WorkshopLexington Opera SocietyUniversity of Kentucky-Lexington
2002-2005Senior Lecturer in Voice with Continuing Term of AppointmentDepartment of MusicCollege of Humanities and SciencesStanford University
2003-2004Artist/Teacher of VoiceInternational Baroque Institute at LongySummer Music ProgramsLongy Conservatory of Music, Cambridge, MA
1998-2003Artist TeacherBaroque AcademyAmherst Early Music FestivalAmherst, Tufts, University of Connecticut
1998-2003Professor, Acting Director (2003)Vocal SeminarSummer Music ProgramsLake Placid Institute
1996-2002Senior Lecturer in VoiceDepartment of MusicCollege of Humanities and SciencesStanford University
1979-1980Teaching Fellow in VoiceMusicBrooklynCity University of New York
2001-Vocal InstructorHistorical Harp ConferenceDepartment of MusicCase Western Reserve University
2001-Artist/Teacher of VoiceMadison Early Music FestivalDepartment of MusicUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
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Duration (YYYY - YYYY)Percentage TeachingPercentage ResearchPercentage Service
toggle toggle Publications
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  YearPublication  Type
See below: 50+ CD and DVD Recordings, Recording Labels and Web Links Provided
Videos/Audiovisual materials
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  Type  Conference Publications per page   
  YearPublication  TypeAcceptance Rate
Musical Performance and/as Intellectual Activity in the Research University
Hawaii Conference on the Arts & Humanities, Conference Proceedings
Non Refereed 
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2015CANTATA 35 and 147 (J.S. Bach)Bach Society HoustonInvited Soloist
2015PURCELL & THE THEATREFour Nations Ensemble New YorkInvited Soloist
2015SOLO ALTO CANTATAS of J.S. BACH (concert and CD recording)Bach Society HoustonInvited Soloist
2015MASS IN C (Beethoven)Dallas Choral FestivalInvited Soloist
2015MISSA SOLEMNISDallas Choral FestivalInvited Soloist
2015DIDO & AENEASLa Folia Austin BaroqueInvited Soloist
20151589 INTERMEDIIARTEK, New York CityInvited Soloist
2014MAGNIFICAT in D (J.S. Bach)Baldwin-Wallace Bach FestivalInvited Soloist
2014ST. JOHN PASSION (J.S. Bach)Baldwin-Wallace Bach FestivalInvited Soloist
2014MASS in B MINOR (J.S. Bach)Oahu Choral SocietyInvited Soloist
2014STABAT MATER (Pergolesi)Masterworks Festival HonoluluInvited Soloist
2013CANTATA 54 and 170 OF J.S. BACHSeattle Baroque, Seattle, WAInvited Soloist
2013MESSIAHTempesta di Mare, Philadelphia, PAInvited Soloist
2013Athena, ORESTIE (Milhaud)University Music Society, Ann Arbor, MIInvited Soloist
2013CHAMBER DUETS with Camille King, Lucinda Carver, Elizabeth Blumenstock, William SkeenCENTRUM Concert Series, Port Townsend, WAInvited Soloist
2013SOLO ALTO CANTATAS 54 & 170 of J.S. BACHWashington DC Bach ConsortInvited Soloist
2013REQUIEM (Verdi)Hawaii Vocal Arts EnsembleInvited Soloist
2013MUSIC FROM THE COURT OF LEOPOLD IIOberlin CollegeInvited Soloist
2013HANDEL ARIAS for SENESINOBaroque Orchestra of ColoradoInvited Soloist
2013Duo RecitalUNT on the SquareInvited Soloist
2012EUGENE ONEGIN (Tchaikovsky, role of Madame Larina)Opera Naples, Naples, FLInvited Soloist
2012ST. MATTHEW PASSIONDwight Oltmann, Baldwin-Wallace Bach Festival, Berea, OHInvited Soloist
2012SYMPHONY No. 9 (Beethoven)Ft. Worth Symphony 100th Anniversary Gala, Ft. Worth, TXInvited Soloist
2012THE THREE MEZZOSHawaii Vocal Arts Ensemble (HVAE), Honolulu, HIInvited Soloist
2012MASS IN B MINOR (J. S. Bach)Bruno Ferrandis, Santa Rosa Symphony, Santa Rosa, CAInvited Soloist
2012THEODORA (Handel, role of Irene)Graeme Jenkins, Winspear Opera House, Dallas, TXInvited Soloist
2012ART OF THE PROPHETSTempesta di Mare, Philadelphia, PAInvited Soloist
2012STABAT MATER (Pergolesi)Denver Chamber Orchestra, Denver, COInvited Soloist
2012THE ART OF ROSINE STOLTZ: the French Mezzo-soprano17th Annual Conference on Nineteenth-Century Music, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, ScotlandInvited Soloist
2012CLASSICAL CABARET AT DAN'S, with Steven HarlosDan's Silver Leaf, Denton, TXInvited Soloist
2012UDITE AMANTI!Helicon Foundation, NY, NYInvited Soloist
2012SOLO RECITAL, with Kenneth Slowik on fortepianoNational Gallery, Washington, DCInvited Soloist
2012UNT VOICE FACULTY RECITAL, with fortepianoNational Association of Teachers of Singing ConferenceInvited Soloist
2011OPERA UNDER THE STARSNantucket Island Arts and MusicInvited Soloist
2011ST. MATTHEW PASSIONJohn Nelson, Soli Deo Gloria, Chicago, ILInvited Soloist
2011MASS IN B MINOR (J. S. Bach)Eric Stark, Indianapolis Choral Society, Indianapolis, INInvited Soloist
2011SYMPHONY No. 2 (Mahler)Michael Hall, Southwest Florida Symphony, Ft. Myers, FLInvited Soloist
2011AMERICAN SONGBOOKTimothy Carney, Hawai'i Vocal Arts Ensemble (HVAE), Honolulu, HIInvited Soloist
2010TERPSICORE (Rameau, role of Céphise)James Richman, Concert Royal, NY, NYInvited Soloist
2010SYMPHONY No. 9, BeethovenSteven Larson, Rockford Symphony, Rockford, ILInvited Soloist
2010SYMPHONY No. 9 (Beethoven)Bruno Ferrandis, Santa Rosa Symphony, Santa Rosa, CAInvited Soloist
2010ST. JOHN PASSION, J.S. BachDwight Oltmann, Baldwin-Wallace Bach Festival, Berea, OHInvited Soloist
2010MESSIAHJeffrey Thomas, American Bach Soloists, San Francisco, CAInvited Soloist
2010SYMPHONY No. 3, MahlerStefan Sanderling, Chautauqua Symphony, Chautauqua, NYInvited Soloist
2010REQUIEM, MozartKent Tritle, Sacred Music in a Sacred Space, NY, NYinvited Soloist
2010SACRED ANTIPHONS, CozzolaniWarren Stewart, Magnificat, Berkeley Festival, Berkeley, CAInvited Soloist
2010SPRINGTIME IN PARIS with Ars LyricaMatthew Dirst, Zilkha Hall, Hobby Center for the Performing ArtsInvited Soloist
2010STABAT MATER, SALVE REGINA, PergolesiJohn Scott, NY Sinfonia Baroque, NY, NYInvited Soloist
2010FILLE DE CESARS, Recital with Christoph HammerUniversity of North TexasSoloist, UNT Collaboration
2010SCARLATTI and PORPORA CANTATAS with Four Nations EnsembleNY Historical SocietyInvited Soloist
2010FLEUR DE LYSUniversity of North TexasInvited Soloist
2010OPERA GALANantucket Island Academy of Music, Nantucket, MAInvited Soloist
2010SYMPHONY No. 9 (Beethoven)Steven Larssen, Rockford Symphony, Rockford, ILInvited Soloist
2009LE NOZZE DI FIGARO (role of Marcellina)Palm Beach Opera, Palm Beach, FLInvited Soloist
2009THEODORA (Handel)Richard Egarr, San Diego Bach Collegium, San Diego and Santa Monica, CAInvited Soloist
2009HANDEL ARIASTimothy Carney, Hawai’I Vocal Masterworks Festival, Honolulu, HIInvited Soloist
2009DIDO & ÆNEAS, IL PIANTO DI MARIAGarry Clarke, Baroque Band, Symphony Centre, Chicago, ILInvited Soloist
2009SAUL (Handel)Graeme Jenkins, UNT CollegiumInvited Soloist
2009¡ZARZUELA Y OPERA! with El MundoRichard Savino, El Mundo, Million Dollar Theatre, LAInvited Soloist
2009SYMPHONY No. 9 (Beethoven)David Lockington, Grand Rapids Symphony, Grand Rapids, MIInvited Soloist
2009SYMPHONY No. 9 (Beethoven)Evansville SymphonyInvited Soloist
2008GUEST FACULTY RECITAL: Bach, Mahler, IvesUC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CAInvited Soloist
2008UNT COLLEGIUM TOURShreveport, New OrleansInvited Soloist
2008Narrator, CHANSONS DE BILITIS with flutist Dean James Scott, harpist Jaymee Haefner, flutist Terri Sundberg, celeste Gustavo RomeroUniversity of North TexasInvited by Dean James Scott
2008FACULTY RECITAL:University of North TexasSoloist, Collaboration with UNT Collegium
2008HABANERA (Carmen)University of North TexasSoloist, UNT Departmental
2008INVISIBLE (Risset), KING HARALD'S SAGA (Weir), DAS BUCH DER HANGENDEN GARTEN (Schoenberg)University of California, San Diego< CAInvited Soloist
2008MESSIAHStephen Altop, Cheyenne Symphony, Cheyenne, WYInvited Soloist
2008GUEST RECITAL: Mahler, Ives, HaydnSan Jose State University, San Jose, CAInvited Soloist
2008UNT COLLEGIUM: SOUTH AMERICA TOURSanta Cruz and Concepción, Bolivia, and Cusco, Peru, including the Monisterio Chapel where several of the 17th Century Peruvian pieces were written and first performedInvited Soloist, Collaboration with UNT Collegium
2008SFEMS FACULTY CONCERTSan Francisco Early Music Society, Sonoma, CAInvited Soloist
2008BAROQUE INSIDE OUTGarry Clarke, Carsten Schmidt, Staunton Music Festival, Staunton, VAInvited Soloist
2008ACIS & GALATEA (HandelShakespeare Blackfriars Theatre, Staunton Music Festival, Staunton, VAInvited Director
2008THE MANY FACES OF HANDELUniversity of North TexasSoloist, Collaboration with UNT Collegium
2008OWN THE POW'R OF HARMONY!University of North TexasSoloist, Collaboration with UNT Collegium
2008MESSIAHRodney Wyncoop, Duke Symphony, Raleigh, NCInvited Soloist
2008MESSIAHCarlos Miguel Prieto, Lousiana Symphony, New Orleans, LAInvited Soloist
2008MESSIAHSeattle Baroque at Town Hall, Seattle, WAInvited Soloist
2008SYMPHONY NO. 9 (Beethoven)Per Brevig, East Texas Symphony, Tyler, TXInvited Soloist
2008LAMENTO D'ARIANNA (400th anniversary of Monteverdi's Arianna)Berkeley Festival, Berkeley, CAInvited Soloist
2008CHRISTMAS ORATORIO (J.S. Bach)Carlos Miguel Prieto, Louisiana Philharmonicinvited Soloist
2008FRENCH CONNECTIONSBaroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado, Denver, COInvited Soloist
2008LES NUITS D’ÉTÉ (Berlioz)David Itkin, UNT Symphony OrchestraInvited Soloist
2008Finale, DER ROSENKAVALIER (role of Octavian)Peter Bay, Austin Symphony, Austin, TXInvited Solosit
2008MASS IN B MINOR (J. S. Bach)Dwight Oltmann, Baldwin-Wallace Bach Festival, Cleveland, OHInvited Soloist
2008SONGS OF GUSTAV MAHLERCarsten Schmidt and Gabriel Dobner, pianists, Staunton Music Festival, Staunton, VAInvited Soloist
2008SPANISCHES LIEDERBUCH (Schumann)Carsten Schmidt, Staunton Music Festival, Staunton, VAInvited Soloist
2008MUSIC FROM 17th-CENTURY BOLIVIA AND PERUUNT Collegium tour, Chiquitos Festival, Bolivia and Cusco, PeruInvited Soloist, UNT Collaboration
2008AMSTERDAM MEETS TEXASUniversity of North TexasInvited Soloist, UNT Collaboration
2008O SOLITUDE, MY SWEETEST CHOICEUniversity of North TexasSolo Recital
2008TRANSFORMATIONS OF THE HEARTUNT-Departmental RecitalSoloist, Collaboration
2007-2008LA FAVOLA D'ORFEO (roles of Messaggiera/Speranza)Carles Magraner, Capella Ministrers Tour: Valencia, Vigo, Peñiscola and Castellon, SpainInvited Soloist
2007SEMELE (Handel, roles of Juno/Ino)Shakespeare Blackfriars Theatre, Staunton Music Festival, Staunton, VAInvited Soloist and Director
2007LA TRAGEDIE DE CARMEN (Bizet/Brook, role of Carmen)Keith Clarke, Astoria Festival, Astoria, OregonInvited Soloist
2007ST. MATTHEW PASSIONJames Richman, Dallas Bach Society, Dallas, TXInvited Soloist
2007CONCERT ARIAS (Hasse, Vivaldi, Galuppi)Charles Brink, Grand Tour Orchestra, NY, NYInvited Soloist
2007MESSIAHIndianapolis Chamber Symphony, Indianapolis, INInvited Soloist
2007FRAUENLIEBEN UND -LEBEN (Schumann)Carsten Schmidt, Staunton Music Festival, Staunton, VAInvited Soloist
2007¡ZARZUELA Y OPERA! with El MundoPittsburgh Early Music Society, Pittsburgh, PAInvited Soloist
2007THE PLEASURES & FOLLIES OF LOVE (Recital)Noe Valley Ministry Series, SF, CAInvited Soloist
2007THE PLEASURES & FOLLIES OF LOVE (RecitalPhilharmonia Baroque Benefit, SF, CAInvited Soloist
2007KINDERTOTENLIEDER (Mahler), LIED DER WALDTAUBE (Schoenberg)Kenneth Slowik, Smithsonian Chamber Players, Washington, DCInvited Soloist
2007MUSIC OF BACH AND HANDELUniversity of North TexasSoloist, invited by Dean James Scott, UNT Collaboration
2007OPERA SCENESLexington Opera Society Summer WorkshopInvited Director
2007MASS IN B MINOR, CANTATA #154Dwight Oltmann, Baldwin-Wallace Bach Festival, Berea, OHInvited Soloist
2007SEMELE (Handel)Shakespeare Blackfriars Theatre, Staunton Music Festival, Staunton, VAInvited Soloist and Director
2007CONCERT FOR PEACE, Shropshire FoundationUniversity of North TexasInvited Soloist, UNT Collaboration
2007TWO SONGS FOR CONTRALTO AND VIOLA (Brahms, with pianist Gustavo Romero)University of North TexasInvited Soloist
2007J.S. BACH AND FAMILYAndrew Appel, Four Nations Ensemble, Hudson Valley, NYInvited Soloist
2007MESSIAHKirk Trevor, Indianapolis Chamber Symphony, Indianapolis, INInvited Soloist
2007MESSIAHNashville Symphony, Nashville, TNInvited Soloist
2007MESSIAHJames Richman, Dallas Bach Society, Dallas, TXInvited Soloist
2006EVERYMAN JACK (Larsen, role of Charmian)Sonoma City Opera, Rohnert Park, CAInvited Soloist, World Premiere
2006DIDO & ÆNEAS (roles of Dido/Sorceress)Blackfriars Shakespeare Theatre, Staunton Music Festival, Staunton, VAInvited Soloist and Director
2006TERPSICORE (Händel, role of Apollo))Baroque Performance Institute, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OHInvited Soloist
2006MESSIAHNational Symphony, Washington, DCInvited Soloist
2006DAS PARADIES UND DIE PERI (Schumann)Timothy Carney, Hawai’I Vocal Masterworks Festival, Honolulu, HIInvited Soloist
2006DAS LIED VON DER ERDE (Mahler)Kenneth Slowik, Turning Point Ensemble, Vancouver, CanadaInvited Soloist
2006TE DEUM (Charpentier)Kent Tritle, New York Oratorio Society, Carnegie Hall, NY, NYInvited Soloist
2006JEPHTHA (Handel, role of Storge)Rodney Wynkoop, Durham, NCuke University Symphonic Chorus, DurInvited Soloist
2006ALTO RHAPSODY (Brahms)George Zack, Lexington Philharmonic, Lexington, KYInvited Soloist
2006CLOISTERED MUSIC: solos, duos, trios by 17th Century Italian nunsCatacoustic Consort, Cincinnati, OHInvited Soloist
2006AIRS DE COUR, OrindaSan Francisco Early Music Society (SFEMS), SF, CAInvited Soloist
2006SINGING THE SUN (Dzubay)Mary Chun, EARPLAY Ensemble, SF, CAInvited Soloist, SF Premiere
2006JS BACH AND FAMILYElizabeth Blumenstock, Musica Angelica, Los Angeles, CAInvited Soloist
2005FOUR SAINTS IN THREE ACTS (role of St. Theresa Ii)Mark Morris Dance Group, Cal Performances, Berkeley, CAInvited Soloist
2005HERCULES (Händel, role of Dejaneira)Shakespeare Blackfriars Theatre, Staunton Music Festival, Staunton, VAInvited Soloist
2005REQUIEM (Mozart)James Ogle, Boise Symphony, Boise, IDInvited Soloist
2005ŒDIPUS REX (Stravinsky, role of Jocasta)Akexander Lazarev, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Glasgow, ScotlandInvited Soloist
2005VILLANCICOS Y CANTADAS TOUR with El MundoTucson, Sedona, La Jolla, Fullerton, Miami, Bay AreaInvited Soloist
2005RECITAL: “A Sharp Where You’d Expect a Natural”Singletary Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KYInvited Soloist
2005BARBARA STROZZI AND HER PEERSNY Continuo Collective, NY, NYInvited Soloist
2005GALA CLOSING RECITAL20th-Century Music Conference and Competition, Composer Services, Inc., Pittsburgh, PAInvited Soloist
2005IL TRAMONTO (Resphighi)St. Lawrence String Quartet, Stanford University Memorial Church, Stanford, CAInvited Soloist
2005MASS IN B MINOR (J. S. Bach)George Steel, St. Paul's Chapel, Columbia UniversityInvited Soloist
2004LE GRAND MACABRE (Ligeti, role of Mescalina)Donald Runnicles, San Francisco Opera, SF, CAInvited Soloist
2004EUGENE ONEGIN (Tchaikovsky, role of Filipyevna)Donald Runnicles, San Francisco Opera, SF, CAInvited Soloist
2004THE CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN (Janacek, role of Mrs. Paslova)Donald Runnicles, San Francisco Opera, SF, CAInvited Soloist
2004JEPHTHA (Handel, role of Storge)Graeme Jenkins, Dallas Bach Society/University of North Texas CollegiumInvited Soloist
2003THE MOTHER OF US ALL(Thomson, role of Anne)Donald Runnicles San Francisco Opera, SF, CAInvited Soloist
2003DIDO & ÆNEAS (roles of Dido/Sorceress)Carles Magraner, Salle Iturbi, Palau de la Musica, Valencia, SpainInvited Soloist
2003HANDEL ARIAS (from Orlando, Solomon, Alcina)Monica Huggett, Portland Baroque Orchestra, Portland, ORInvited Soloist
2003MUSIC OF THE ENGLISH RENAISSANCE, with Capriccio Stravagante/Skip SempéStanford University, Stanford, CAFaculty Recital with Guest Ensemble
2003THE FRENCH CONNECTION, with The Four Nations Ensemble/Andrrew Appel & pianist Pedja MuzievicMetropolitan Museum, NY, NYInvited Soloist
2002HIPPOLYTE ET ARICIE (Rameau, role of Phædre)Ryan Brown, Les Violons de Lafayette, Washington, DCInvited Soloist
2002GLORIA (Vivaldi)Nicholas McGegan, St. Paul Chamber Symphony, St. Paul, MNInvited Soloist
2002THE FÆRIE QUEENE (Purcell)Nicholas McGegan, Philharmonia Baroque, SF, CAInvited Soloist
2002EIN SOMMERNACHTSTRAUM (Mendelssohn)American Ballet Theatre, NY, NYInvited Soloist
2002MESSIAHJeffrey Thomas, American Bach Soloists, SF, CAInvited Soloist
2002GLORIA (Vivaldi)Nicholas McGegan, St. Paul Chamber Symphony, St. Paul, MNInvited Soloist
2002WHEN LILACS LAST IN THE DOORYARD BLOOMED (Hindemith)Marika Kuzma, UC Berkeley Orchestra, Berkeley, CAInvited Soloist
2002ST. JOHN PASSIONAndrew Parrott, NY Collegium, NY, NYInvited Soloist
2002MUSICAL REFLECTIONS OF NATURE with Elaine Thornburg and Elizabeth BlumenstockChamberMusicLIVE@Stanford, Stanford, CAFaculty Recital
2002MUSIC OF THE SPANISH RENAISSANCEKate van Orden, Davitt Moroney, Berkeley Festival, Berkeley, CAInvited Soloist
2002VILLANCICOS DE NAVIDAD: El Mundo TourSeattle, Vancouver, Houston, NY, SFInvited Soloist
2001MASS IN B MINORAndrew Parrott, Philharmonia Baroque, SF, CAInvited Soloist
2001CONCERT FOR SEPTEMBER 11Nicholas McGegan, Philharmonia Baroque, First Congregational Church, Berkeley, CAInvited Soloist
2001MAGNIFICAT IN D, MASS in B MINOR (J.S. Bach)Jeffrey Thomas, American Bach Soloists, SF, CAInvited Soloist
2001THE MUSIC MAKERS (Elgar)Stephen Sano, Stanford Symphonic Choir & Orchestra, Stanford, CAInvited Soloist
2001ST. MATTHEW PASSIONDavid Babbitt, San Francisco Bach Choir, SF, CAInvited Soloist
2001ST. MATTHEW PASSIONStanislaw Galonsky, Capella Cracoviensis, Crakow, PolandInvited Soloist
2001TWO CENTURIES OF REFLECTIONS ON A PAINTING BY WATTEAUFour Nations Ensemble Tour of Atlantic StatesInvited Soloist
2001A HAND OF BRIDGE (Barber), CHANSONS MADECASSES (Ravel)ChamberMusicLIVE@Stanford, Stanford, CAFaculty Recital with Guest Ensemble
2001SI JE LANGUIS....(French Airs de Cour) with lutenist, David TaylerAmherst Early Music Festival, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CTInvited Soloist
2000DIDO & ÆNEAS (role of Dido)Monica Huggett, Portland Baroque Orchestra, Portland, ORInvited Soloist
2000CHRISTMAS ORATORIIOJoann Falletta, Virginia Symphony, Richmond, VAInvited Soloist
2000MASS IN B MINOR (J.S. Bach)James Fankhauser, Vancouver Cantata Singers, Vancouver, CanadaInvited Soloist
2000SYMPHONY No. 2 (Mahler)David Milnes, U.C. Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, Berkeley, CAInvited Soloist
2000ST. MATTHEW PASSIONCarl Crosier, Honolulu Symphony, Lutheran Church of Honolulu, Honolulu, HIInvited Soloist
2000THE SONG OF SONGS, 17th Century settingsWarren Stewart, Magnificat, SFEMS Series, SF, CAInvited Soloist
2000CHAMBER MUSIC CONCERT: Haydn, Caldara, and Music of the New WorldRyan Brown, Redwoods Festival at Jordan Winery, Healdsburg, CAInvited Soloist
2000WHEN MUSIC & SWEET POETRY AGREE, with lutanist David TaylerCantor Arts Center, Stanford University, Stanford, CAInvited Soloist
2000AN EVENING OF AMERICAN SONG, Myron McPherson, pianistCapella Cracoviensis, Cloth Hall, Cracow, PolandInvited Soloist
2000CHAMBER MUSIC by Martin, Barber, Respighi, Ives, Spohr, Carr and RastikovRoycroft Chamber Music Festival, East Aurora, NYInvited Soloist
2000DAS KNABEN WUNDERHORN (Mahler)Stanford University, Stanford, CAFaculty Recital
2000TWO KINGDOMS OF CASTILLEEl Mundo Tour: Columbus, Cleveland, Los AngelesInvited Soloist
1999KATA KABANOVA (Janacek, role of Feklusha-cover)Metropolitan Opera, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1999MOSES UND ARON (Schoenberg, role of Naked Virgin-cover)Metropolitan Opera, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1999TERPSICORE (Händel, role of Apollo)Nicholas McGegan, Göttingen Händel Festspiel, Göttingen, GermanyInvited Soloist
1999DIDO & ÆNEAS (role of Dido)Harvey Gala with NY Collegium, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NYInvited Soloist
1999ARIANNA (Händel, role of Carilda)Nicholas McGegan, Göttingen Händel Festspiel, Göttingen, GermanyInvited Soloist
1999SYMPHONY No. 9, BeethovenKarla Lemon, Stanford Symphony Orchestra, Stanford, CAInvited Soloist
1999MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Mendelssohn)New York City Ballet, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1999MESSIAH (Mozart arrangement)Andrew Parrott, Handel & Haydn Society of Boston, Boston, MAInvited Soloist
1999DAS BUCH DES HANGENDEN GARTEN, with pianist Thomas SchultzStanford University, Stanford, CAFaculty Recital and Collaboration
1999GOETHE LIEDERABENDPresidential Lecture Series in the Humanities. Stanford University, Stanford, CAFaculty Recital and Collaboration
1999EL MUNDO TOURRiverside, CA, Columbus and Cleveland, OHInvited Soloist
1998MESSIAHAndrew Parrott, Orchestra della Toscana, Florence, Genova and environs, ItalyInvited Soloist
1998REQUIEM (Verdi)Mitchell Sardou Klein, Peninsula Symphony, Palo Alto, CAInvited Soloist
1998ITALIAN MONODY with Michael Eagan and Judith NelsonMusica Angelica, New Getty Museum, Los Angeles, CAInvited Soloist
1998MUSIC OF HANS EISSLERSoLaRe Trio, LA Early Music Guild, Los Angeles, CAInvited Soloist
1998DOWLAND CONSORT SONGSSex Chordae, Berkeley Festival, Berkeley, CAInvited Soloist
1997XERXES (Handel, role of Amastre)New York City Opera, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1997L’ORFEO (Rossi, role of Aristeo)Tanglewood FesTanglewood, Boston Early Music Festival, Boston, MAInvited Soloist
1997THE TURN OF THE SCREW (Britten, role of Mrs. Grose)Utah Opera, Salt Lake City, UTInvited Soloist
1997CARMELITE VESPERS (Händel)Andrew Parrott, Seattle Baroque Orchestra, Seattle, WAInvited Soloist
1997SAMSON (Händel, role of Micah)Nicholas McGegan, Jerusalem Symphony, Jerusalem, IsraelInvited Soloist
1997BAROQUE ARIAS AND CANTATASMusic's Recreation, SFEMS Series, SF, CAInvited Soloist
1997RECITAL: Ginastera, Barber and Maisel, with pianist Frederick WeldyDinkelspiel Auditorium, Stanford University, Stanford, CAFaculty Recital and Collaboration
1996TOLOMEO (Händel, roles of Alessandro, Tolomeo)Howard Arman, Halle Festival, Halle GermanyInvited Soloist
1996DIDO AND ÆNEAS (Dido/Sorceress)Mark Morris Dance Group, BRAVO TELEVISION, Toronto, CanadaInvited Soloist
1996ORONTEA (Cesti, role of Orontea)Capriole, Colonial Williamsburg, Newport News, VAInvited Soloist
1996CHRISTMAS ORATORIO (Bach)Howard Arman, Salzburger Bachgesellschaft, Salzburg, AustriaInvited Soloist
1996JUDAS MACCABEAS (Händel, role of Israelitish Man)Paul Traver, Maryland Händel Festival, New Carollton, MarylandInvited Soloist
1996MISSA SOLEMNIS (Beethoven)David Babbitt, San Francisco Bach Choir, SF, CAInvited Soloist
1996ELIJAH (Mendelssohn)Richard Westerfield, Harrisburg Symphony, Harrisburg, PAInvited Soloist
1996LIEDER EINES FAHRENDEN GESELLEN (Mahler)Susan Deaver, Nausau Symphony, Nassau, NYInvited Soloist
1996SOMEBODY'S COMING TO SEE ME TONIGHT: music by Foster, Wilson, BrahmsMark Morris Dance Group, Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, Becket, MAInvited Soloist
1996A MEDIÆVAL CHRISTMASNewberry Consort, Frick Collection, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1996THE NEWBERRY CONSORTMary Springfels, The Newberry Library, Chicago, ILInvited Soloist
1996PURCELL, BACH, PERGOLESISergiu Luca, Da Camera Society, Houston, TXInvited Soloist
1996PURCELL AND THE ITALIANSBradley Brookshire, I Musici di San Cassiano, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1996BRAHMS AND SCHUMANNIgor Kipnis, Connecticut Early Music Festival, New London, CTInvited Soloist
1996LAGRIME MIERockerfeller University Recital Series, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1995ARIODANTE (Handel, role of Polinesso)Nicholas McGegan, Göttingen Händel Festspiel, Göttingen, GermanyInvited Soloist
1995DIDO AND ÆNEAS (Sorceress)Nigel Rogers, Palau de la Musica, Barcelona, SpainInvited Soloist
1995DIE ERSTE WALPURGISNACHT (Mendelssohn)Amy Kaiser, The Berkshire Choral Festival, Sheffield, MAInvited Soloist
1995ODE TO ST. CECILIA (Purcell)Nigel Rogers, Ensemble Chiaroscuro, Barcelona, SpainInvited Soloist
1995LA PASSIONE (Caldara, role of Pietro)Martin Gester, Le Parlement de Musique, Strassbourg, FranceInvited Soloist
1995MUSIC FOR VOICE AND VIOLS FROM THE GERMAN BAROQUEJonathan Dunford, A Deux Violes Esgales, Cité de la Musique, Paris, FranceInvited Soloist
1995L'HARMONIA SACRA DE HENRY PURCELLSkip Sempé, Capriccio Stravagante, Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles, FranceInvited Soloist
1995L'EUROPE GALANTESkip Sempé, Capriccio Stravagante,Théâtre de Caen, FranceInvited Soloist
1995DOVER BEACH (Samuel Barber)Pierrot Ensemble Chamber Music Festival at C.W. Post University, Brookville, NYInvited Soloist
1995CONCERTO DELLE DONNE with Christine Brandes and Ellen HargisCapriole, Great Hall, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VAInvited Soloist
1995MOTTETTI VIRTUOSI (Bach and Hasse)Martin Gester, Le Parlement de Musique: Music Festivals in Nîmes and Fère-en-TardenoisInvited Soloist
1994LIGEIA (Read Thomas, role of Ligiea)Mstislav Rostropovich, Evian Festival, Evian FranceInvited Soloist
1994GIUSTINO (Handel, role of Leocasta)NIcholas McGegan, Göttingen Händel Festspiel, Göttingen, GermanyInvited Soloist
1994THE MAGIC FLUTE (role of Third Lady)New York City Opera, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1994CANTATA NATIVITATE (Stradella, role of Maria)Gwendolyn Toth, ARTEK Ensemble, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1994SOLOMON (Handel, role of Solomon)Richard Westenburg, Musica Sacra, Carnegie Hall, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1994BELSHAZZAR (Handel, role of Cyrus)Paul Traver, Maryland Händel Festival, New Carollton, MDInvited Soloist
1994REQUIEM (Mozart)Richard Westenburg, Musica Sacra, Avery Fisher Hall, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1994CLEOFIDE (Hasse, role of Alessandro)William Christie, Les Arts Florissants, Theâtre de Champs Elysées, Paris, FranceInvited Soloist
1994IL SOLAZZOThe Newberry Consort, Frick Collection, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1994PICNIC CANTATA (Paul Bowles)New York Festival of Song, Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1993ORLANDO (Handel, role of Medoro)William Christie, Les Arts Florissants, Festival d'Aix-en-Provence, FranceInvited Soloist
1993TAMERLANO (Handel, role of Tamerlano)Institute for Italian Studies, Stonybrook, NYInvited Soloist
1993L'INCORONAZIONE DI POPPEA (Monteverdi, role of Nerone)Gwen Toth, ARTEK Ensemble, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1993LAUDA DELLA NATIVITATE (Respighi, Maria)Walter Klauss, Musica Viva New York, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1993UNE HEURE AVEC....JENNIFER LANEsolo recital, broadcast Radio France, Aix-en-Provence, FranceInvited Soloist
1993NINETEENTH CENTURY FRENCH WOMEN COMPOSERSNew York Festival of Song, Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1993MADAMA BUTTERFLY (role of Suzuki)Utah Opera, Salt Lake City, UTInvited Soloist
1992ATALANTA (Händel, role of Meleagro)Will Crutchfield, Caramoor Festival, Caramoor, NYInvited Soloist
1992THE MAGIC FLUTE (role of Third Lady)Roger Norrington, Mostly Mozart Festival, Avery Fisher Hall, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1992JUDITHA TRIUMPHANS (Vivaldi, role of Holofernes)Marc Minkowski, Les Musiciens du Louvre, Paris, FranceInvited Soloist
1992MESSIAHRobert Shaw, Atlanta Symphony, Atlanta, GAInvited Soloist
1992STABAT MATER (Dvorák)George Rose, Nassau Symphony Orchestra, Garden City, NYInvited Soloist
1992PETITE MESSE SOLEMNELLE (Rossini)Dennis Keene, Ascension Music, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1992MESSIAH (Händel/Mozart)Andrew Parrott, Minnesota Orchestra, Minneapolis, MNInvited Soloist
1991IPHIGÉNIE EN AULIDE (Glück, role of Clytemnestre)Yves Abel, L'Opéra Français de New York, Alliance Française, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1991MADAMA BUTTERFLY (role of Suzuki)New York City, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1991DIE SOLDATEN (Zimmermann, role of Stolzius' Mutter-cover)New York City Opera, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1991CARMEN (role of Carmen-cover, role of Mercédès)L'Opéra de Monte Carlo, MonacoInvited Soloist
1991THE CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN (Janacek, role of Lapak-cover)New York City Opera, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1991MAGNIFICAT (Vaughan-Williams, role of Mary)Walter Klauss, Musica Viva New York, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1991THEODORA (Händel, role of Irene)Nicholas McGegan, Philharmonia Baroque, SF, CAInvited Soloist
1991SPRING SYMPHONY (Britten)Robert Emile, Lincoln Symphony Orchestra, Lincoln, NEInvited Soloist
1991SYMPHONY No. 3 (Mahler)Larry Newland, Harrisburg Symphony, Harrisburg, PAInvited Soloist
1991MESSIAH (Händel/Mozart)St. Louis Symphony, St. Louis, MOInvited Soloist
1991DER MESSIASAndrew Parrott, San Francisco Symphony, SF, CAInvited Soloist
1991RADIO BROADCAST: JENNIFER LANE & DAVE BROUBEKPerformance and Interview, Mass to Hope Excerpt, The Listening Room with Robert Sherman, WQXRInvited Soloist
1990CARMEN (role of Mercédès)New York City Opera, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1990MOSES UND ARON (Schoenberg, role of Naked Virgin-cover)New York City Opera, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1990L'ENFANT ET LES SORTILÈGES (Ravel, roles of Shepherd, Dragonfly, Cup)New York City Opera, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1990DIE FLEDERMAUS (role of Prince Orlovsky)Queens Opera, Queens, NYInvited Soloist
1990GLORIA (Vivaldi)Christopher Hogwood, Handel & Haydn Society, Boston, MAInvited Soloist
1990MASS TO HOPE (Brubeck)Richard Westenberg, Musica Sacra, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1989IL RITORNO D'ULISSE IN PATRIA (Monteverdi, role of Penelope)Paul Echols, Opera Ensemble of NY, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1988LA FAVOLA D'ORFEO (Monteverdi, role of Messaggiera)Skylight Opera Ltd., Milwaukee, WIInvited Soloist
1988PARTENOPE (Handel, role of Rosmira)Opera Omaha, Omaha, NEInvited Soloist
1988FEUERSNOT (Strauss, role of Elsbeth)John Crosby, The Santa Fe Opera, Santa Fe, NMInvited Soloist
1988NOYE'S FLUDDE (Britten, role of Mrs. Noye))St. John Productions, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NY, NYInvited Soloist
1988SYMPHONY No. 2 (Mahler)Larry Newland, Harrisburg Symphony, Harrisburg, PAisburgInvited Soloist
1987THE NOSE (Shostakovich, role of Distinguished Matron)The Santa Fe Opera, Santa Fe, NMInvited Soloist
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2015Dido & ÆneasDido/Sorceress/DirectorLa Folia Baroque, Austin, TXsemi-staged opera
2013Opera ScenesThe Enchanted Isle Vocal WorshopChaminade University, Honolulu, Hawaiisemi-staged opera scenes
2011Opera ScenesThe Enchanted Isle Vocal WorkshopChaminade University, Honolulu, Hawaiisemi-staged opera scenes
2008Acis & GalateaDirector/CorydonShakespeare Blackfriars Theatre--Staunton Music Festivalfully-staged opera
2007SemeleDirector/JunoShakespeare Blackfriars Theatre--Staunton Music Festivalfully-staged opera
2007Opera ScenesDirectorUniversity of Kentucky Opera Theatrefully-staged opera scenes
2006TamerlanoDirectorLexington Opera Societyfully-staged opera excerpt
2006Dido & ÆneasDirector/DidoShakespeare Blackfriars Theatre--Staunton Music Festivalfully-staged opera
2005The TempestProducer/DirectorStanford Universitysemi-staged opera
2004A Game of ChanceDirectorLake Placid Institutefully-staged opera
2004A Hand of BridgeDirectorLake Placid Institutefully-staged opera
2003OrfeoDirectorStanford Universitysemi-staged opera
2002The Magic FluteProducer/DirectorStanford Universityfully-staged opera
2001A Hand of BridgeDirectorChamberMusicLIVE@Stanford Universitysemi-staged opera
2000Five One-Act OperasDirectorStanford Universityfully-staged operas
1998Dido & AeneasProducer/DirectorStanford Universityfully-staged opera
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YearName of WorkPlace Held
1990-2015See list of 50+ CD's and DVD's belowSoloist
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2015Measuring the Pulse: Learning AnalyticsPanelist2015 University Forum on Teaching and Learning
2013The Mentoring Relationship in Vocal StudyPrincipal Speaker, on panel with colleagues Maya Hover (University of Hawaii) and Douglas Hall (University of the Pacific)The Enchanted Isle Vocal Workshop
2008Perspectives on Vocal Injury and RecoveryPresenterFlorida Nature and Culture Center
2006Musical Performance and/as Intellectual Activity in the Research UniversityFaculty LecturerRey Longyear Lecture Series, University of Kentucky
2005Musical Performance and/as Intellectual Activity in the Research UniversityFaculty LecturerHawai'i Conference for the Humanities
2000Bach's Choir and Felix MendelssohnFaculty LecturerBaroque Academy/Amherst Early Music Festival
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Classical Singer Magazine--Jennifer Lane cited in article on University Music Programs, 7/2011

KERA “Art & Seek”--Jennifer Lane Interviewed by Stephen Becker, 9/26/2008, and "Think"--interviewed by Jerome Weeks, 9/19/2008

NTTV--Jennifer Lane Interviewed, 10/10/2008 and 10/20/2008

WIKIPEDIA Article on Airs de Cour: Cites Jennifer Lane's Air de Cour CD with Orinda, released by Magnatune.com, 2007

OPERA NEWS “Boys and Girls Together”--Jennifer Lane interviewed on the vocal training of countertenors, March, 2007

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: St. Matthew Passion
“Jennifer Lane wrapped her penetrating mezzo-soprano around every utterance, especially in the aria “Erbarme dich” in collaboration with Julian Ross’ affecting violin solo.” [St. Matthew Passion]--Donald Rosenberg, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, April 15, 2012

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Theodora
“Lane [as Irene] was a wonderful foil to Ava Pine in a vocal sense; her tone is velvet-smooth, with a rich darkness that carries a subtle gravitas in the music.” [Handel’s Theodora]--John Norine, Jr., TheaterJones, February 24, 2012

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Theodora
“Also on the list of high points were Lane’s moving “Defend her, Heav’n” and Pine’s and Angel’s beautifully sung duet “Thither let our hearts aspire.” [Theodora]--Olin Chism, Art & Seek, February 24, 2012

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: St. Matthew Passion
“Distinguished contributions from…Jennifer Lane,…” [St. Matthew Passion, Soli Deo Gloria, John Nelson] John von Rhein. Chicago Tribune, April 21, 2011

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: St. Matthew Passion
“The musical forces could hardly have been bettered…there was an excellent quartet of soloists...Jennifer Lane rounded out the group solidly, the interplay with Deborah Nemtanu’s violin quite effective in Erbarme Dich.” [St. Matthew Passion, Soli Deo Gloria]--Mark Thomas Ketterson, ConcertoNet.com, April 20, 2011

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Mahler Symphony No. 3
“Jennifer Lane, in her Chautauqua debut…Ms. Lane handled her deeply-felt solo in the fourth movement expertly.” [Mahler”s Symphony No. 3, Chautauqua]--Robert Finn, The Chautauquan Daily, August 2, 2010

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: St. John Passion
“Jennifer Lane wrapped her voice poignantly around the mezzo-soprano phrases of the oratorio’s most anguished aria, “Es ist vollbracht,” with Schiffer as eloquent gamba soloist.” [St. John Passion]--Donald Rosenberg, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, April, 18, 2010

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane with Chicago Baroque Band
“Jennifer Lane, the mezzo-soprano, performed these sections with a dramatic intensity that honored the texts...[Stabat Mater]. The Salve Regina, in F minor, is darkly melancholy, with a lyrical undercurrent that Ms. Lane projected beautifully.” [Pergolesi Tricentennial, Sinfonia New York]--Allan Kozinn, New York Times, March 30, 2010

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane with Chicago Baroque Band
“….ebullient, aerated performances by vocal soloists….Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane’s dusky timbre persuasively shaded her darker solos, underlining their anticipation of late Mozart. Duets had ardor, warmth of rapport, and a blending of timbres that sustained long phrases with discreet expression.” [Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, Baroque Band Chicago]--Alan G. Artner, Chicago Tribune, January 11, 2010

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Theodora
"[Richard] Egarr had a superb, agile group of vocal soloists to work with...mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane, and he gave everyone the freedom in tempo to indulge in elaborate ornamentation." [Theodora, San Diego Bach Collegium]--Richard S. Ginell, Los Angeles Times, June 29, 2009

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Theodora
"Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane conveyed the sympathetic nature of Theodora’s friend, Irene, and fearlessly tackled tricky coloratura flourishes." [Theodora, San Diego Bach Collegium]--Valerie Scher, San Diego News Network, 6/28/2009

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Theodora
"The rest of the soloists perform these (arias) with much Baroque skill and musical beauty.....Jennifer Lane, veteran mezzo, performs Irene, Theodora's confidant, in a mature voice of much skill, and great feeling." [Theodora, San Diego Bach Collegium]--George Weinberg-Harter, SanDiegoArts.com, June 28, 2009

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Theodora
"The American mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane, a singer of great expertise, interpreted the role of Irene with a lovely burnished tone and commendable certainty." [Theodora, San Diego Bach Collegium]--Ramon Jacques, Operaclick.com, 6/27/2009

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Dido with Chicago Baroque Band
"Purcell conjured up beautiful heartache music for Dido, and Clarke pulled a rabbit out of his hat convincing mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane to perform. Lane's voice has an exceptional strong dark quality, and she sings with clear tone and sophisticated phrasing. "When I am laid in earth," Dido's lament at losing her love, is one of Purcell's great creations, and Lane found all the tears in it, convincing us that one can surely die of a broken heart. Lane was equally adept with the music of the Sorceress, filling the church with wicked, frightening incantations…..The big finish was supplied by Giovanni B. Ferrandini, whose "Il pianto di Maria" had until recently been attributed to Handel. Lane, Clarke and the band gave this splendid music full glory. Lane was bold when the music called for it but knew when to throttle things down. Her deep lower register had a burning intensity. The instrumentalists rose to the occasion and drew out the unusual dissonances we associate with more modern music. Applause was augmented with foot stomping, and I stopped counting the number of times Clarke and Lane returned to the stage to acknowledge the well-deserved appreciation of the audience." [Baroque Band, Chicago]--M.I. Rantala, Hyde Park Herald, July 1, 2009

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Dido with Chicago Baroque Band
“(Chicago’s) Baroque Band did the honors...Jennifer Lane was in the solo spotlight--"actually on the small raised platform--"for excerpts from Purcell’s Dido. For a singer with a background primarily in early music, Lane possesses an imposing mezzo instrument….rising to the expressive height of When I am Laid in Earth with refined eloquence. Lanes’s voice and temprament suited to the boldly Italianate passions of Ferrandini’s setting, the mezzo singing with big dusky tone and dramatic intensity..”--Lawrence A. Johnson, Chicago Classical Review.org, June 4, 2009

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Palm Beach Opera
“…Marcellina, able sung by Jennifer Lane. I’ve seldom heard a Marcellina as good as Lane; her voice is pleasing on the ear and very supple, with a distinct timbre.” [Le Nozze di Figaro]--Rex Hearn, Palm Beach Artspaper, March 2, 2009

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Palm Beach Opera
“Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane as the ever determined, get-her-man Marcellina, was a comic tour de force. Her booming mezzo seemed somehow especially comic." [Le Nozze di Figaro]--R. Spencer Butler, Palm Beach Daily News, February 28, 2009

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Saul
“Jennifer Lane was deliciously over the top as the Witch of Endor ” [Handel’s Saul]--Scott Cantrell, The Dallas Morning News, February 6, 2009

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Orfeo with Capella Ministers in Spain
"Carles Magraner reunited a cast of singers with proven Baroque experience, offering a version of great quality....In the roles of Messaggiera and Speranza, he has brought to the charge, Jennifer Lane, who sang with power, passion and sensitivity of interpretation. The production included her dramatic entrances and exits, announcing the death of Euridice, and descending a high staircase to quide Orfeo through the gates of Hades.” [L’Orfeo, Castellón, Spain]--Nihil Sub Sole Novum, December 4, 2008

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane with El Mundo
“…(Jennifer Lane and El Mundo presented) a unique melody of spoken word, fiery melody and sensuous drama” [El Mundo’s ¡Zarzuela y Opera!].--Andrew Druckenbrod, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 8, 2007

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Everyman Jack
“He (Rod Gilfrey) was ably matched by mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane, whose performance as Charmian combined voluptuousness, vulnerability and rage in a potent blend.” [Larsen’s Everyman Jack]--Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle, November 13, 2006

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Everyman Jack
“…while Gilfrey unravels beneath London’s demons and despair, mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane smolders as the sensual and selfish Charmian, especially in the aria, “What about me, Jack?” [Everyman Jack]--Diane Peterson, Santa Rosa Press Democrat, November 16, 2006

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Terpsicore at Oberlin
“While the dancing was delightful, the singing was superb. Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane as Apollo performed coloratura arias with awesome technique and gorgeous tone. Costumed in satin breeches and a plumed headdress that made her look about 10 feet tall, she created a glowing god of music who dominated the stage.” [Handel’s Terpsicore]--Wilma Salisbury, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, July 3, 2006

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Das Lied Von Der Erde (Mahler)
“Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane's plush, dark-hued voice usually cut through and it was beautiful singing.” [Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde]--Elissa Poole, The Vancouver Globe and Mail, May 20, 2006

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Alto Rhapsody (Brahms)
“Jennifer Lane…is a mezzo-soprano, but her rich, roundly mature voice covered every inch of the range in the most operatic role that Brahms ever wrote. She surrounded every tone with a meaning that reached to its very depths.” [Brahms’ Alto Rhapsody]--Loren Tice, The Lexington Herald, March 25, 2006

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane with El Mundo
“Both Jennifers (Lane and Ellis) are Baroque specialists who seamlessly shift into the more "popular" performance styles represented on this CD. Individually, they sing beautifully, and when they sing together, they discover a veritable "New World" of beauty.” [Villancicos de Navidad, El Mundo]--Robert Cummins, Classical.net, January, 2006

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane with El Mundo
“Marvelous leading vocal department…sumptuousness of vocal timbre…playfully interacting in a nearly stage-worthy operatic fashion…Ms. Lane, by the way, also plays the castanets…” [Villancicos y Cantadas, El Mundo]--David Gregson, San Diego.com, December 10, 2005

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Staunton Music Festival
“And while his [Hercules] is the central character, it is Dejanira--"played by renowned mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane--"who shapes the dramatic course of the story. Lane’s towering, supple voice easily expresses the burning jealousy of her character while, at the same time, bathing the ear in pure wondrous sound.” [Handel’s Hercules at the Blackfriars Playhouse]--Charles Culbertson, The Staunton News Leader, August 31, 2005

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Schoenberg (NY Times)
“Superb singing also dominates the new Schoenberg CD, which features the mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane in performances of "The Book of the Hanging Gardens," with Mr. Oldfather as pianist, and of Schoenberg's luminous chamber orchestra arrangement of the "Song of the Wood Dove" from "Gurrelieder."….Ms. Lane and Mr. Oldfather enliven the cycle, articulating the suppressed eroticism and anxiety of an affair that seems to go nowhere…Although you can also hear Ms. Lane's dramatic portrayal of the Wood Dove in Mr. Craft's complete recording of "Gurrelieder," you may very well prefer to hear the work's essence in this finely shaped aria.”--David Schiff, The New York Times, March 14, 2005

Press Quotes—Jennifer Lane: Oedipus Rex (Glasgow)
“…with an impressively solid cast and men’s chorus, Lazarev drew a gnawing theatricality from this concert performance.” [Oedipus Rex, Royal Scottish National Orchestra] Kenneth Walton--The Scotsman, March 7, 2005; and “a strong line-up of soloists” [Oedipus Rex, Royal Scottish National Orchestra]--Conrad Wilson, The Glasgow Herald, March 7, 2005

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Oedipus Rex CD
“In the Philharmonia, he [Robert Craft] has a very willing orchestra, the colours blazing with a searing intensity. The soloists in Oedipus Rex [Naxos] are, by and large, excellent, with a particularly fine Jocasta from Jennifer Lane, the bottom end of her voice so fruity and fulsome.”--David’s Review Corner, November 1, 2004

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Gurrelieder CD
“Jennifer Lane’s sweetly mournful rendition of the Wood-Dove’s song [Gurrelieder]…”--Victor Carr, Jr., Classics Today, 2004

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Gurrelieder CD
“By a large margin this is the front runner in a most distinguished CD catalogue of Gurre-Lieders [Naxos], the recorded sound nothing short of sensational in its impact and inner clarity…. with Jennifer Lane's message of the Wood Dove growing to an unbelievably impassioned final moment that really does create a shiver of excitement.”--David’s Review Corner, November 1, 2004

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Caldara Cantatas
“The cantatas for solo voice also benefit from the quality of performance, in this case the beautifully substantial and resonant mezzo-soprano of Jennifer Lane. She responds eloquently to the text (the trials and triumphs of love --" translation helpfully provided),…while the short movements and strikingly vivid recitative of the three Op. 3 works fuel an attractive momentum.” [Caldara Cantatas, Gaudeamus]--Clare Mackney, Birmingham Post, May 15, 2004

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Caldara Cantatas
“Spirited and stylish performances… a beautiful mezzo-soprano sound, flexible and expressive…Vicino a un rivoletto, whose arias require her [Jennifer Lane] to match firstly the obbligato violin’s imitations of gentle breezes and twittering birds, and then the cello’s heartbroken amorous yearnings, suits her well. Here, as elsewhere, her deftly ornamented repeats in the da capo arias are a particular pleasure.” [Caldara Cantatas, Gaudeamus]--Elizabeth Roche, The Daily Telegraph, April 10, 2004

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Oedipus Rex CD
“Robert Craft leads a thrilling performance of Oedipus Rex, incisive, swift, and as mercilessly inevitable as fate itself. Jennifer Lane's Jocasta sounds younger than, say, Jessye Norman's, and her lighter touch gets around the notes better than many a bigger, heavier voice...Moving on to the shorter works,...Jennifer Lane's singing in the latter work [A Sermon, A Narrative, and A Prayer], leaves little to be desired.” [Stravinsky Oedipus Rex]--David Hurwitz, Classics Today, September 9, 2003

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Lute Song Recital
“The performances did more than due credit to the music. The motets were sung by Jennifer Lane with perfect balance and intonation and yet hearty tone. ”In a Garden So Green” was Jennifer Lane with David Tayler, playing theorbo. They have worked as a duo for some years, and here the clear, rich, plangent mezzo voice and the intimate accompaniment were too poignant for words.”--Michelle Dulak, San Francisco Classical Voice, July, 2003

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Hippolyte et Aricie (Rameau)
“The plot revolves around Phèdre's love for her stepson Hippolyte, who loves Aricie. There is tragedy (the suicide of Phèdre), but also nobility and warmth. Jennifer Lane's dark, lush mezzo and concern for every subtlety in the text enriched her portrayal of Phèdre…a sensitive and affecting performance that opened up a sunny window into the rarified world of 18th-century opera.” [Rameau’s Hippolyte et Aricie]--Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun, February 3, 2003

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Hippolyte et Aricie (Rameau)
“Yet such was the prismatic variety of Rameau's musical invention -- and the sustained, luminous beauty of the performance--"that the time passed all too quickly. Indeed, I never wanted the afternoon to end…a cast of singers deeply schooled in the French baroque...Jennifer Lane brought the grand, aching manner of a classic French tragédienne to the role of Phèdre.” [Rameau’s Hippolyte et Aricie]--Tim Page, The Washington Post, February, 2, 2003

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Lute Song CD
“Disc of the Month: The Pleasures and Follies of Love brings us the mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane...The performers are, to the knowledgeable, the masters of their trade in our time. When such outstanding production meets equally outstanding musicians, the result should be no surprise. Such is the case here. With fine, expressive singing, this music is interpreted right on the mark. It is lively, thrilling, and fascinatingly performed.”--Robert Strobl, Alte Musik Aktuell, August-September, 2002

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Purcell
“Jennifer Lane sang with agility and charisma [Philharmonia Baroque, Purcell’s The Faerie Queene]…”--Eric Valliere, Andante, September, 2002

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Gurrelieder CD
“[Jennifer] Lane is an excellent Wood Dove , dramatic and expressive....I found it a more thrilling account than either of the rivals I have mentioned (Chailly, Rattle): more than either it carries something of the excitement of a live performance.” [Schoenberg’s Gurrelieder]--Michael Oliver, Gramophone, July, 2002

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Cozzolani
“Concinant linguæ is a richly expressive solo motet that makes fiendish demands on the singer. On this recording, the consistently excellent alto Jennifer Lane, a singer whose dark, bottomless voice is matched by her expressiveness and intelligence, rises to the challenge.” [Cozzolani’s Mottetti Sacri]--Craig Zeichner, Early Music America, Summer 2002

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Ariodante CD
“5.0 out of 5 stars…Glorious singing..." a baroque masterpiece...Jennifer Lane, as Polinesso, provides a creepily assured villain, descending to the baritone depths with aplomb...Altogether this is a very classy set indeed. For me, it is the best available…” [Ariodante, harmonia mundi usa]--Ed Beveridge, London, England, Amazon.com reviews, April 18, 2002

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Telemann Cantatas
“…engaging performances that are characterized by impeccable execution and rich expression. [Jennifer] Lane displays fine vocal form, excelling in the poignant “Ergeuss dich zur Salbung” from Cantata 33.” [Telemann Cantatas]--Jen-yen Chen, Early Music America, Spring 2002

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: St. John Passion
“Jennifer Lane splendidly conveyed and conjoined the grief and the jubilation of "Es Ist Vollbracht..."” [American Bach Soloists, St. John Passion]--Paul Griffiths, The New York Times, February 14, 2002

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Lute Song CD
“Jennifer Lane delivers these texts with a mature grasp of their nuance...she commands a vast expressive range and sings with delightful agility; her voice has a coppery brilliance...this recording is a treat for mind and ear.” [Koch, The Pleasures and Follies of Love]--Ellen Santaniello, Early Music America, Winter 2001-02

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: St. Matthew Passion
“Alto Jennifer Lane did some of the best work of the evening. Her aria “Erbarme dich”...was a high point of the evening.” [St. Matthew Passion, Honolulu]--Gregory Shepherd, The Honolulu Advertiser, April 2, 2000

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane with El Mundo
“Mezzo Lane proved herself a singer in possession of that all too rare combination of stunning purity of tone and dramatic insight.” [Villancicos de Navidad, El Mundo]--Douglas Hughes, The Georgia Straight, Vancouver, December 23, 1999

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane with El Mundo
“Mezzo Jennifer Lane provided a fine foil with her powerful voice and dramatic singing. I suspect she’d make a terrific Carmen.” [Villancicos de Navidad, El Mundo]--Deryk Barker, Victoria Times, December 20, 1999

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Dido with Chicago Baroque Band
“Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane, a well-known exponent of early music as well as 20th-century music, was Dido…given the flexibility and striking colors of Lane’s voice, she was a fine exponent of the role.” [Dido & Æneas, Seattle Baroque]--R.M. Campbell, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, November 1, 1999

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Harvey Gala at BAM
“After 32 years at the Brooklyn Academy of Music characterized by impeccable taste and shrewd showmanship, Harvey Lichtenstein went out last night in a hyperbolic blaze of impeccable taste and shrewd showmanship billed as ‘The Harvey Gala” at the Academy’s Opera House. There were African drummers, music by the singer-songwriters Paul Simon and Lou Reed, the opera singer Jennifer Lane.....” [Harvey Gala, BAM]--Peter Applebome, The New York Times, June, 1999

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane with El Mundo
“Jennifer Lane was the intrepid mezzo-soprano....applying seductive inflections, luminous tonal resources and vocal agility to each moment....a shining presence...vocal wizardry....” [El Mundo tour]--Donald Rosenberg, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, March, 1999

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane with El Mundo
“Judging from the audience’s response, [Jennifer] Lane stole the show....Lane sang five numbers that expressed not only a wide range of feelings but, in a tasteful way, her versatility. Her voice is warm, velvety and resonant.” [El Mundo tour]--Ralph O’Dette, The Columbus Dispatch,, March, 1999

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Caldara CD
“....the music and singing are simply gorgeous,....readers familiar with names in the singing circles might be surprised by the appearance of Jennifer Lane, a well-known mezzo with a rich discography. Her Giustitia is appropriately strict but never fierce, singing a beautiful aria in humbled response to the crying of the infant Christ [Caldara’s Vaticini di Pace].”--Chia Han-Leon, The Flying Inkpot, February 12, 1999

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Handel Arias
Fury With Red Sparkling Eyes....a stimulating recital by the American soprano Jennifer Lane, a warm rich voice (but not too plummy to detract from the dramatic qualities of her arias), displaying very good diction and stylish in matters like vocal declarations….:***(*)”--Phil Scowcroft, MusicWeb, February, 1999

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Handel Arias
“[Jennifer] Lane is balm for the ears.” [Solo CD: “Fury with Red Sparkling Eyes, Newport Classics]--Ralph Lucano, American Record Guide, November/December 1998

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Handel Arias
“…in Jennifer Lane, he [Palmer] has one of his trump cards. She sings with considerable dignity and nobility.” [Newport Classics: Handel’s Alexander Balus]--Brian Robins, Fanfare, September/October 1998

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Strozzi
“Lane is a strong, dramatic mezzo with a sure sense of period style and her performance of Strozzi’s “Lagrime Mie” was devastating.” [Musica Angelica, New Getty Center]--Mark Swed, Los Angeles Times, July, 1998

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Rossi at Boston Early Music Festival
“Jennifer Lane gave a standout performance as the intense Aristeo.” [Rossi’s L’Orfeo, Boston Early Music Festival/Tanglewood]--Opera News, February, 1998

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Strozzi
“Jennifer Lane’s deep voice matches the program in gravity...This is volatile music, fiercely declamatory.” [PGM, Lagrime Mie]--Fabrice Fitch, Gramophone, January, 1998

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Xerxes at NYCO
“The cast was about the best there is...[Jennifer] Lane with her dark timbre was a mistress of the fioratura.” [NYCO’s Xerxes]--Opera Magazine, January, 1998

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: German Baroque Arias CD
“The star performer here is Jennifer Lane” [PGM, Divoti Affetti]--Continuo, October, 1997

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Italian Solo CD
“Jennifer Lane achieves a masterful play of dark and light in sound. Her delivery in the many laments in the program is wonderfully direct, taking full advantage of the resources of the lyrics and the composers’ responses to them. One hears a human soul, not an artist at work. The two D’India songs, with their expressive use of chromaticism, are simply gems. Strozzi’s lament, Lagrime mie, took my breath away....Warmly recommended.” [PGM, Lagrime Mie]--Tom Moore, Fanfare, May/June 1997

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Rossi at Boston Early Music Festival
“....a singer one would willingly hear in any kind of music--"the opulently passionate Jennifer Lane...” [Rossi’s L’Orfeo, Boston Early Music Festival/Tanglewood]--Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe, Wednesday, June 11, 1997

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Rossi at Boston Early Music Festival
“Among the individual performances, there were stand-outs by the sumptous-voiced and intense Jennifer Lane...” [Rossi’s L’Orfeo, Boston Early Music Festival/Tanglewood]--Ellen Pfeifer, The Boston Herald, Wednesday, June 11, 1997

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Handel Arias
“Jennifer Lane...projects strongly and characterfully in two florid, vengeful arias, and is a model for meaningful words...” [Newport Classics: Handel’s Berenice]--Lionel Salter, Gramophone, March, 1997

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Messiah
“Lane has a rich, multi-hued voice. Her flexibility and range opened up the music to numerous figurative embroideries in the return sections of arias.” [Messiah]--Coleen Johnston, Kitchener-Waterloo Record, Monday, December 23, 1996

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Handel Arias
“The best item was saved for last: “Dopo notte,” certainly one of the great Handel arias and one of the most difficult. Lane’s virtuoso account compares very favorably with Jennifer Larmore’s on Teldec...” [VOX, Handel’s Greatest Arias]--Ralph V. Lucano, Fanfare, November/December, 1996

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Tolomeo
“The dark-voiced Jennifer Lane is a sumptuous, expressive Tolomeo...” [VOX: Handel’s Tolomeo]--Ralph V. Lucano, Fanfare, November/December, 1996

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Tolomeo
“Jennifer Lane is passionate yet elegant...” [VOX, Tolomeo]--James Camner, Opera News, July, 1996

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Berenice
“….mention must be made of the sterling contributions of Jennifer Lane.” [Newport Classics, Berenice]--Lionel Salter, Gramophone, April, 1996

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Ariodante CD
“Lane uses her near-contralto voice forcefully to create a full-blooded portrayal of the opera’s stormiest personality.” [as Polinesso in harmonia mundi USA: Handel’s Ariodante]--John W. Barker, American Record Guide, May/June 1996

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Ariodante CD
“…projected by Jennifer Lane with style and passion.” [harmonia mundi USA: Polinesso in Ariodante]--Stanley Sadie, Gramophone, April, 1996

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Giustino
“Unconventionally, it is the mezzo-soprano who is the lighthearted relief in this opera, and Jennifer Lane gives ...just the right spin,...mischievousness made vocal.” [harmonia mundi USA, Handel’s Giustino]--David Johnson, Fanfare, January/February 1996

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane with Mark Morris
“John Wilson’s Jacobean settings of Shakespeare, sung with early music definition and contemporary eloquence by agile mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane.” [Mark Morris Dance Group/Jacob’s Pillow]--Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe, July 18, 1996

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane with Mark Morris
“Foster’s sentimental parlor music, gorgeously performed by mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane....” [MMDG/Jacob’s Pillow]--Tony Angarano, The Hartford Courant, July 18, 1996

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Dido CD
“….ultra-expressive..[Tafelmusik’s] rich-voiced Dido, Jennifer Lane, knows that such expression must be matched by momentum. Four stars.” [CBC Recordings: Dido & Æneas]--Stephen Pettitt, BBC Magazine, March, 1996

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Dido CD
“I find Jennifer Lane highly convincing in both parts [Dido/Sorceress]…[she] has the gravity and dignity needed for Dido, while as the Sorceress it can take on a very different, hard-edged and menacing sound without making the part a mere caricature...One is reminded of the sort of voice Verdi wanted for Lady Macbeth.” [VOX, Dido & Æneas]--William J. Gatens, American Record Guide, May/June 1996

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Dido CD
“Jennifer Lane....possesses both the strength and the dark timbre for Dido....” [VOX, Dido & Æneas]--Susan Kerschbaumer, Opera News, July 1996

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Judas Maccabeas
“….mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane’s sound was firm with an intoxicating richness...” [Handel’s Judas Maccabeas]--Holly Bass,The Washington Post, Thursday, November 7, 1996

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Dido CD
“Jennifer Lane has a focused voice and a sense of refined color that is baroque and theatrical.” [CBC, Dido & Æneas]--Daniel Webster, Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday, December 10, 1995

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Orfeo
“A luminous account of this magical opera in its first American recording...Jennifer Lane is especially touching as the Messenger and Hope.” [Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo, Lyrachord]--Heidi Waleson, Billboard Magazine, September 10, 1995

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Ravel Songs
“Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane was simply splendid. She has a well focused, rich, expressive voice that she used to full advantage....Lane’s voice seemed to reach out and caress the ear in this languid melody of contentment. [Ravel’s Chansons Madécasses, Roycroft Chamber Music Festival]”--Lynna Sedlak, The Buffalo News, Sunday, June 18, 1995

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Concerto delle Donne
"and contralto Jennifer Lane brought an absolutely sumptuous dark sound.....virtuosos all, excelled in every respect."--The Virginia Gazette, February, 1995

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Mottetti Virtuosi CD
"...a rounded voice with considerable powers of projection." [Opus 111: Hasse's Mottetti Virtuosi]--Gramophone, January, 1995

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Giustino CD
"Jennifer lane, delightful in he 'bird-song' aria...."[Handel's Giustino]--Hugh Canning, The London Times, Sunday, June 20, 1994; Opera Magazine, Festival Issue, Fall, 1994

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Orlando
"...an evocative presence." [Orlando, Aix-en-Provence]--Opéra, July, 1993

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Orlando
"...and Jennifer Lane, whose round, rich mezzo-soprano, and whose expression, vibrant and nuanced, well incarnated the hero Médoro." [Orlando, Aix-en-Provence]--Alex Mattalia, Le Meridional, July 18, 1993

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Orlando
"Four stars also for the excellent Jennifer Lane, very convincing...with a fine, deep timbre." [Orlando, Aix-en-Provence]--Le Figaro, July 19, 1993

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Bach
“….a warmly lyrical aria, sung by Jennifer Lane very expressively in a remarkably full and focused voice.” [Bach, Cantata 147, American Bach Soloists]--Robert Commanday, The San Francisco Chronicle, February 8, 1993

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Messiah
“Jennifer Lane provided true contralto depth, as well as eloquent declamation in her airs.” [Minneapolis Symphony, Messiah]--The St. Paul Express, December 19, 1992

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Bach
“While there were no slack moments, ones that linger potently in memory include ... Jennifer Lane’s absorbing, seamless, exquisitely internalized “Agnus Dei.” [Berkeley Early Music Festival, Bach’s Mass in B Minor]--Timothy Pfaff, Historical Performance, Fall, 1992

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Theodora
“Jennifer Lane brings off a miraculous pianissimo,... as well as giving depth and nuance...” [harmonia mundi USA: Handel’s Theodora]--Colin Tilney, Early Music America, third quarter, 1992

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Handel Opera
“The star of the evening was mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane,.... Negotiating the frightfully complex arias da capo, Ms. Lane revealed a lustrous, silvery tone, technical aplomb and a winning stage presence....” [Connecticut Early Music Festival, Handel’s Atalanta]--Milton Moore, The Day (New London, CT), June 29, 1992

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Theodora
“We salute the velvety timbre and remarkable diction of Jennifer Lane, completely overwhelming” [harmonia mundi USA, Theodora]--Repertoire, April, 1992

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Bach
“The violin matches the rapt intensity and (Greek) pathos of Jennifer Lane’s alto, which often sounds oddly like a countertenor (at once sexy and sexless?).” [Koch International, Mass in B Minor]--Wilfrid Mellors, The Musical Times, March, 1992

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Messiah
“…mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane owns both a superb sound and a keen interpretive sense;” [Messiah]--James Wierzbicki, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, December 1991

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Bach
“Jennifer Lane soothed like ointment.” [American Bach Soloists]--David Gere, Oakland Tribune, September 23, 1991

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Theodora
“Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane sang with nobility and quiet grace.” [Handel’s Theodora]--Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle, September 21, 1991

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Bach
“Jennifer Lane shone, especially in her hauntingly serene account of the final “Agnus Dei.” [B Minor Mass]--Joshua Kosman, The San Francisco Chronicle, June 10, 1991

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Bach
“Alto Jennifer Lane made the whole church vibrate, though she never let her magnificent voice overwhelm the words.” [American Bach Soloists, Bach’s St. John Passion]--Bill Huck, Classics, Spring, 1991

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Mozart Requiem
“Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane also has a rich sound, supple sensuality and a core to the tone that I suspect will carry in most any hall.” [Mozart’s Requiem]--Francis Brancaleone, Gannet Westchester Newspapers, March 10, 1991

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Messiah
“Lane brought striking dramatic presence to the performance....marvelous dark vocal color ...fiery indeed.” [Portland Baroque Orchestra, Messiah]--Ellen Bussing, The Oregonian, December 17, 1990

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: NY Times
There is power in this mezzo-soprano, but also a clean focus and easy production of sound.” [Music Before 1800/ Scarlatti’s Hagar et Ismaele]--Bernard Holland, The New York Times, March 15, 1990

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Bach
“Lane gave notice of generous, burnished alto (another of the music world’s endangered species) with a suave legato and the emotional force to draw one into the core of an aria like “Schäme dich.” [Bach Cantata #147, American Bach Soloists]--Timothy Pfaff, The San Francisco Examiner, February, 1990

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Ulysses
“Opera Ensemble also had an advantage in the radiant Penelope of Jennifer Lane, who gave the heroine the depth and poignance she requires. This Penelope was deeply troubled, holding out, but just barely, against the suitors, with no allies. Ms. Lane’s powerfully delivered lament, nuanced and vivid...” [Opera Ensemble of New York, Monteverdi’s Il Ritorno d’Ulisse in Patria]--Heidi Waleson, The Wall Street Journal, November 28, 1989

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Opera News
“ Jennifer Lane displayed technical grace, silvery tone and powerful declamation.” [Opera Omaha, Handel’s Partenope]--Robert G. Ruetz, Opera News, January 21, 1989

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: Handel Opera, debut
“….making her first entrance trembling with suppressed fury and pain, (Jennifer Lane) set the theatrical standard for three-plus sparkling hours of encounters - comic, poignant, bellicose, conflicted, you name it - among these sharply etched people.” [Opera Omaha, Handel’s Partenope]--Heidi Waleson, The Wall Street Journal, September, 1988

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane with Tempesta di Mare
“The one possibly great composer was Johann Rosenmüller, represented by the vocal work "O Dives omnium bonarum dapum" that shows him looking back to the more vocally rhapsodic manner of Schutz. Few singers project such an ideal union of clean vocal line and discreet vibrato as contralto Jennifer Lane. Music of this era repays subsequent visits on YouTube if only because it goes down so easily that you can miss the subtleties. But don't expect ever to hear Rosenmüller sung so well.”--"David Patrick Stearns, Philadelphia Inquirer, December 11, 2012

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane with Tempesta di Mare
"A female ‘male alto’ The program’s second vocal item introduced a major addition to Tempesta’s musical resources. The soloist, Jennifer Lane, is an alto with a voice that can best be described as a “female male alto. As we all know, the alto parts in Baroque works were sung by castrati. Nowadays, they’re usually sung by mezzo-sopranos. The small number of men who possess natural male altos always steal the show when they show up on a Baroque program. Their voices combine the color of the female alto with the extra power and resonance created by the male chest. Lane possesses the extra range and the distinctive timbre of the male alto. She isn’t quite as powerful, but that’s an irrelevant consideration in a chamber concert presented in a small space. Her text was a passage from St. Augustine: “O Thou Who Givest All Good Gifts," set by a composer, Johann Rosenmuller, who was born in 1619, the year after the Thirty Years War began. Lane’s voice colored it with one of the rarest and most distinctive sounds of Baroque music." --Tom Purdom, The Broad Street Review, December 11, 2012

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: B Minor Mass
“….five fine vocal soloists….especially delightful were Jenni Samuelson and Jennifer Lane in the duet Et in unum Dominum.” [Santa Rosa Symphony’s "B Minor Mass"]--Niels Swinkels, San Francisco Classical Voice, December 15, 2012

Honolulu Sun--Jennifer Lane cited in article about "Three Mezzos" Concert, 6/2012
Interview and article about Maya Hoover, Jennifer Lane, and Laurie Rubin's all-French Benefit Program for Hawaii Vocal Arts Ensemble

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane: St. John Passion
"Oltman assembled a line-up of outstanding soloists of international reputation, including baritone Christopheren Nomura as Jesus, bass-baritone Daniel Lichti as Peter and Pilate and, most notably, Rufus Müller in the taxing role of the Evangelist. In the contemplative arias, soprano Meredith Hall, mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane,…" (St. Matthew Passion, 82nd Baldwin-Wallace Bach Festival, Dwight Oltman), Mark Satola, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, April 28, 2014

Press Quote–ORESTIE d'ESCHYLE, Darius Milhaud
“Darius Milhaud’s electric and pulsating score….To capture the immortal sound of Athena's voice in Les euménides, Milhaud writes the part for three women singing simultaneously, performed memorably here by soprano Brenda Rae, mezzo-soprano Tamara Mumford, and contralto Jennifer Lane.” Charles T. Downey, Ionarts, Sepember 11, 2014

Press Quote–ORESTIE d'ESCHYLE, Darius Milhaud
“If the outstanding singing of Lori Phillips, Dan Kempson, Sidney Outlaw, Brenda Rae, Tamara Mumford, Jennifer Lane, Julianna Di Giacomo Polselli, and Kristin Eder in the new Naxos of America recording of ‪‎Milhaud‬'s L'ORESTIE D'ESCHYLE is evidence of the oft-cited drought in American singing, long may this drought continue! “The basic conceit of Act Two is the invocation of Athena to stand in judgment over Orestes. One of Milhaud’s most effective inventions is his employment of three singers for the voice of Athena. It is doubtful that even the fastidious composer could have imagined a more authoritative trio of sub-Athenas than soprano Brenda Rae, mezzo-soprano Tamara Mumford, and contralto Jennifer Lane. The skill with which they blend their very different voices is awesome, and the sheer solemnity--or divinity, as it were--of their delivery of ‘De là-bas où j’étais,’ ‘Si l’on estime que cette cause,’ and Athena’s cross-examinations in Act Three is tremendous.” David Anthony Newsome, Voix des Arts: A Voice for the Arts Around the World, October 3, 2014

Press Quote–ORESTIE d'ESCHYLE, Darius Milhaud
“…Orestes on trial with Athéna (a role shared by soprano Brenda Rae, mezzo Tamara Mumford, and contralto Jennifer Lane) as the judge. Athéna orders the Furies to cease their persecution; but she also announces that Zeus has declared a “new world order” in which disputes are settled judiciously, rather than through homicide.” Stephen Smoliar, San Francisco Examiner, November 4, 2014

Press Quote–ORESTIE d'ESCHYLE, Darius Milhaud
“Completing the trilogy is the three-act opera Les Euménides (1917-23) where Orestes is on trial. Presiding goddess Athena emerges as complex, awe-inspiring and three-voiced! Her hair-raising trios sung magnificently by Brenda Rae, Tamara Mumford and Jennifer Lane contain some of Milhaud’s most adventurous vocal writing.” Roger Knox, The Whole Note, December 1, 2014

Press Quote-Oberlin Baroque Performance Institute
“Leopold’s Regina coeli, full of expressive Italianate gestures reminiscent of Monteverdi’s later music, featured mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane. Her dark, focused voice brought special poignancy to the nuances of the text, accompanied by instrumental lines decorated by chromaticism and lemon-juice-in-the-eye cross relations.” Daniel Hathaway, Clevelandclassical.com, July 2, 2013

Blog Quote-Jennifer Lane, Parterre Box
"……...embarrassing, a totally unneeded import. 15 years ago in Handel oratorio--if a Lorraine Hunt or Catherine Robbin or Jennifer Lane were unavailable- fine. But why the hell now…,” Parterre Box, April 12, 2014

Press Quote-Jennifer Lane with Tempesta di Mare
“….mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane delivered marvelously refined ornaments…” [Tempesta di Mare’s "Messiah"], David Stearns, Philadelphia Enquirer, March 19, 2013

UNT InHouse Newsletter
Interview with 2014 Grammy Nominee, Jennifer Lane, by Margarita Venegas, January 14, 2015

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Start DateEnd DatePresentation/Project
2015 2015 Solo Alto Cantatas of J.S. Bach, Nos. 35, 169, 170
Bach Society Houston, under the direction of organist/conductor Rick Erickson, joins forces with mezzo-soprano, Jennifer Lane, to record J. S. Bach's Solo Alto Cantatas (35, 169, 170) on the Musica Omnia label for commercial CD
2013 2013 Orestie D'Eschyle
Darius Milhaud, composer. William Bolcolm, producer. Cast of over 450 in chorus, orchestra, soloists. Sang role of Athena. All-Metropolitan Opera soloists. Outreach to University of Michigan. Nominated for a Grammy Award in "Best Opera Recording" Category, 57th Annual Grammy Celebration, 2015
2011 2011 Gioia infinta!
Designed and wrote all Booklet materials, including Performer's Note, Historical Notes, Texts & Translations
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 Performance PeriodTitleSponsorFundingRoleStatus
2003-2005Stanford Early Music CollegiumShenson Fund/Stanford UniverstiyThe Shenson FundOtherCompleted
2002The Magic FluteStanford UniversityJess ShensonOtherCompleted
2010-PresentThe Enchanted Isle WorkshopChaminade UniversityIn-Kind Donation of FacilitiesOtherActive
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 Performance PeriodTitleSponsorFundingRoleStatus
2015The Enchanted Isle Vocal WorkshopUNT/Chaminade University$850OtherCompleted
2014-2015Solo Cantatas for Alto by J.S. BachUNT/University$2,000Principal InvestigatorActive
2014-2015Who Killed the New York City OperaUNT/University$7,500Principal InvestigatorCompleted
2013Teacher Mentoring Program with David JonesUNT/UniversityUNT Travel FundsOtherCompleted
201217th Annual Conference on Nineteenth Century Music: "The Art of Rosine Stoltz: the French mezzo-soprano"UNT/UniversityUNT Travel FundsPrincipal InvestigatorCompleted
2012Udite Amanti!-Visiting Italian Master CliniciansUNT/Helicon FoundationUNT Getty GrantPrincipal InvestigatorCompleted
2011The Solo Alto Cantatas of J. S. BachUNT/Denton Bach SocietyREG Grant-UNTPrincipal InvestigatorCompleted
2011Gioia infinita!--CD RecordingUNTSmall Grant-UNTPrincipal InvestigatorCompleted
2011The Enchanted Isle Vocal WorkshopUNT/Chaminad UniversityUNT Travel FundsPrincipal InvestigatorCompleted
2010Amarilli Mia BellaUNTSmall Grant-UNTPrincipal InvestigatorCompleted
2010The Enchanted Isle Vocal WorkshopUNT/Chaminad UniversityRCE Grant-UNTPrincipal InvestigatorCompleted
2008Chiquitos Festival in Bolivia with UNT CollegiumUNT/Missiones de Chiquitos, BoliviaUNT Travel FundsCo-PICompleted
2008Own the Pow'r of Harmony!UNT/Magnatune.comRIG Grant-UNTPrincipal InvestigatorCompleted
2008Own the Pow'r of Harmony!UNTSmall Grant-UNTPrincipal InvestigatorCompleted
2008Own the Pow'r of Harmony!UNTRIG ExtensionPrincipal InvestigatorCompleted
2006Berkeley Festival Concert with UNT CollegiumUNT/UC BerkeleyUNT Travel FundsCo-PICompleted
2005Airs de CourUniversity of KentuckyStart-Up FundPrincipal InvestigatorCompleted
2000Five One-Act OperaStanford UniversitySmall Grant-UNTOtherCompleted
1998Dido & ÆneasStanford UniversityProvost's FundOtherCompleted
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 Performance Period (YYYY - YYYY or Present)*Company/OrganizationRoleFundingWork Performed
1994-PresentUniversities and Summer Programs throughout the US and abroadSenior PersonnelExternalOver 100 Master Class teaching, Coachings, Private Voice Lessons and Tutorials, Seminars, Workshops, Opera Direction, Pedagogy Q & A's. See below under "Teaching"
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YearAgency/OrganizationField of Expertise
2014Colleague Tenure ReviewVoice-Choral-CCNY
2013Colleague Tenure ReviewVoice-UNT
2011Colleague Mid-term ReviewVoice-UNT
2009Colleague Tenure ReviewVoice-UNT
2008Colleague Tenure ReviewCollaborative Piano-UNT
2004Promotion to Full Professor ReviewVoice-Notre Dame
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Gregg Smith Singers
16-Voice Touring Choir--Gregg Smith
New York Choral Artists
Professional Choral Organization
performs with New York Philharmonic
St. Luke's Orchestra
Bard at Avery Fisher Hall
Carnegie Hall
many others--Jacqueline Pierce
Waverly Consort
Touring Renaissance Ensemble--Michael & Kay Jaffee
 Principal Artist
Skylight Opera
Opera Company
Stephen Wadsworth
Opera Omaha
Opera Company
Stephen Wadsworth
Santa Fe Opera
Operatic Apprenticeship Program--John Crosby
Tempesta di Mare
Early Music Chamber Ensemble
Early Music Ensemble
Chamber Music Ensemble
El Mundo
Early Music Chamber Ensemble
Musica Viva
Concert Series at All Souls Unitarian Church
Music Before 1800
Concert Series at Corpus Christi Church
 Principal Artist
San Francisco Opera
Opera Company
Metropolitan Opera
Opera Company
New York City Opera
Opera Company
L'Opéra de Monte Carlo
Opera Company
Utah Opera
Opera Company
Sonoma City Opera
Opera Company
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Awards Won by My Students
Coeur d'Ilene First Place Winner: Marie Mattingly, 2012
Voices of Music Competition First Place Winner: Marie Mattingly, 2011
Metropolitan Opera National Council District Awards: Brandy Lynn Hawkins, Christopher Conley (2005, 2006, 2007), also 2008. In 2008 Brandy won the Regional Award in Tennesee.
Orpheus Prize, Puccini Award: Christopher Conley 2006
Fullbright Award Taiwan: Jennifer Shyu, 2011
Toulouse Dissertation Fellowship at UNT: Derek Chester, 2012-13
Baroque Performance Institute at Oberlin College, Scholarship Recipient: David Stanley, 2013
UNT Opera Scholarship: Patricia O'Keefe, 2012
UNT Opera Scholarships: Marie Mattingly, 2009-2011
McGill Opera Scholarships: David Lewis, 2009-11
UNT Teaching Fellowships: Patricia O'Keefe, Derek Chester 2009-2012

CD Recordings Featuring My Students
"A Month in the Country"-Hoiby (Albany), "Hotel Casablanca"-Pasatieri (Albany), "Before Night Falls"-Martin (Albany), "St. Matthew Passion" (Smithsonian), "Vespro della Beata Vergine"-Monteverdi (iTunes Classical-No. 1), "St. John Passion" (ReZound), "Choral Works of Samuel Barber" (Harmonia Mundi USA), Aram Bajakian’s Kef (Tzadik), "Jade Tongue" (Pi), "Raging Waters Red Sands" (Pi), For Now (Pi), Synastry (Pi)

Competitions and Awards My Students Have Won
Metropolitan Opera National Council (District and Regional), Orpheus Prize Puccini Award, Rose Walter Vocal Award-1st Place, Henry Holt-1st Place, National Association of Teachers of Singing Graduate Women-1st Place (Texoma and Kentucky), Anna Case Mackey Memorial Award Given by Santa Fe Opera for Excellence by an Apprentice, Connecticut Opera Guild, Richard F. Gold Shoshana Foundation Award, Stanford Humanities and Sciences Prize in Music, Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Pierce Grant Award, Directors Excellence Award, Golden Key Honors Society, Who’s Who in America’s Colleges, Kadson Memorial Prize-Yale, Toulouse Doctoral Fellowship and Dissertation Fellowship-UNT, Miss Texas and Miss America Finalist

Competitions I Have Adjudicated
Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Undergraduate Scholarship Competition, Ft. Worth Opera McCammon Competition (Prelims), National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS)-Texoma Region, Rose Walter Vocal Award (3 times), Stanford University Concerto Competition (5 times), Altech Compeition Semi-Finals, Metropolitan Opera National Council Western District (invited)

Daniel Pearl Music Days/Harmony for Humanity at UNT
During the Kick-off year I served as the liason to the university-wide collaboration, coordinating events with a variety of departments, including Journalism, Radio Television and Film, Honors College, the College of Music, Jewish Studies, EncoUNTers International Speakers Series, International Studies, the UNT Union, and Denton live-music clubs Dan's Silver Leaf and Hailey's. Over 1200 October concerts have been dedicated to journalist and musician Daniel Pearl during the past 4 years and several new musical works have been written. Nationwide press attention was drawn to UNT and Denton and several other large university music programs have followed UNT's lead.

David Stanley, DMA accomplishments during past 3 years
Recent concert appearances include: Countertenor Cabaret (understudy) in NYC, Oberlin Baroque Performance Institute's 2013 Workshop: Music during the time of Leopold II, under the direction of Kenneth Slowik, recitals at Ouachita Baptist University, where he began a tenure-track position on the Voice faculty in 2012. Direction of Opera Scenes and Studio Voice. Master class taught to Southern Region National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) participants 2013.

Derek Chester, DMA accomplishments during past 3 years
Recent concert appearances last 3 years include: "Monteverdi Vespers" with Boston Baroque, UNT Collegium Musicum, Early Music Hawaii, Ars Lyrica, Seraphic Fire Bach’s "St. John Passion" at Chicago’s Beethoven Festival under Matthias Pintscher; Howell’s "Hymnus Paradisi" with Highland Park Chorale, Beethoven’s "Missa Solemnis" at the Berkshire Choral Festival under Craig Hella Johnson; Britten’s "War Requiem" with the Korean Broadcasting System Symphony Orchestra, Handel's "Messiah" at St. Thomas Fifth Avenue, Handel's "Theodora" with the Bach Collegium San Diego; Handel’s "Acis and Galatea" with Ars Lyrica, Houston; Evangelist in Bach's "St. Matthew Passion" with the Handel Society of Dartmouth, Voices of Ascension, the Richmond Symphony Orchestra Major works of Bach with American Bach Soloists in the San Francisco Bay Area. Participated in professional training workshops at Carnegie Hall. Solo recital at Texas Woman's University, Dr. Chester is Assistant Professor of Voice at the University of Northern Colorado. He is also on the faculty of the Lutheran Summer Music Festival Featured soloist at the Staunton Music Festival and the Colorado Bach Festival. Discography: Solo and ensemble work on: Seraphic Fire, Seraphic Fire Media, 2013 Barber: "An American Romantic", Conspirare Harmonia Mundi, 2012 "St. Matthew Passion"- J.S Bach: Derek Chester, tenor soloist, one voice per part, Smithsonian Players and the Oberlin Baroque Performance Institute, Kenneth Slowik forthcoming, Messiah- G.F. Handel: Derek Chester, tenor soloists, Dallas Bach Society, James Richman, Forthcoming Vespro della Beata Vergine- Claudio Monteverdi, Seraphic Fire Media, 2010

Master Classes I have Taught in US and Abroad
Over 100 master classes taught since 1994: Colegio Major Lluis Vives in Valencia, Spain, The Royal Academy of Music in London, 80th Annual Bach Festival at Baldwin-Wallace College, Peabody (twice), Mannes, San Francisco Conservatory, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Barbara, UC Davis, San Francisco State University, Sacramento State University, San Francisco State University, San Jose State University, Chaminade University, Old Dominion University, University of Virginia, Georgia State University, Lexington Opera Society, UK Opera Theatre, Indiana University, University of Northern Colorado, Music Institute of Chicago, Baroque Academy at Amherst Early Music Festival, Madison Early Music Festival, San Francisco Early Music Society Workshops, Roosevelt University, Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music-CUNY, CW Post University, University of Arizona, University of Alabama, Morehead University, University of Oklahoma, Colorado State University, Florida Gulf Coast University, Oberlin College Baroque Performance Institute, City College of New York CUNY.

Master Classes In Which My Students Have Performed
Clinicians: Martina Arroyo, Diana Soviero, Mikael Eliasen, Phyllis Bryn-Julsen, John Shirley-Quirk, John Wustman, Susan Webb, Kathleen Kelly, Lucy Shelton, Jonathan Retzlaff, Ann Baltz, Barry Green, Mary Dibbern, Stephen King, Kevin Murphy, Craig Terry, Nathan and Julie Gunn, Jake Heggie, Zheng Cao, Skip Sempé, Andrew Lawrence-King, David Tayler, Chiara Granata, Michael Leopold, Margo Garrett, Jacqueline Bobak, Jonathan Pell, Weston Hurt, Matthew Horner, Stewart Robertson, Zheng Cao, Shirley Verrett, Jennifer Larmore, Kenneth Weis, Andrea Huber, Nancy Zylstra, Penelope Jensen, Kenneth Slowik, Stephen King, Kevin Jones

Opera Companies (Main Stage and Young Artist Programs) Where My Students Have Performed
Washington DC Opera MainStage and Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program, Glimmerglass Opera, Chicago Opera Theatre, Symphony Space, Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Opera Clevelend, Cincinnati Opera, Des Moines Metro Opera, Opera Iowa, Pocket Opera, Golden Gate Opera, Kentucky Opera, Chicago Opera Theater, Palm Beach Opera, Cinnabar Opera, West Bay Opera, Opera Naples, Symphony Space, Manhattan School of Music, UNT Opera, San Antonio Opera, Houston Ebony Opera, New Orleans Opera, Shreveport Opera, Opera in the Height, Center for Contemporary Opera, Broadway Asia, UK and National Tours of Sound of Music and Cats, UNT Opera, Stanford Opera, Jerzy Grotowski Workcenter, Carnegie Hall Music Exchange, Opera North, Houston Ebony Opera,Palm Beach Opera, Connecticut Opera Guild, New Orleans Opera, Opera in the Heights, Santa Fe Opera mainstage (also winner of Anna Case Makay Memorial Award for Excellence by an Apprentice, 2010)

Orchestras (Modern and Baroque) With Which My Students Have Performed
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, American Bach Soloists, Trinity Baroque, New Trinity Baroque, Baroque Band Chicago, Voices of Music, Magnificat, Oberlin Baroque Orchestra, Schola Cantorum-Yale, Dallas Bach Society, Pro Coro Canada, Denton Bach Society, Boston Early Music Festival Young Performers Ensemble, Ascension Music-NY, Richmond Symphony, Buffalo Symphony, Korean Broadcasting System Orchestra, Seraphic Fire, Conspirare, San Antonio Orchestra, Lafayette Symphony, Owensboro Symphony, Lafayette Symphony, Kentucky Orchestra, Lexington Philharmonic, Bowling Green Symphony, National Symphony, Peninsula Symphony, UNT Symphony, Stanford Symphony, Bach Collegium Stuttgart, Boston Baroque, Oregon Bach Festival, Baroksolisten/Bergen, Norway, Ars Lyrica, Chicago Beethoven Festival, Berkshire Choral Festival and Orchestra, Bach Collegium San Diego, Voices of Ascension

Summer Opera Programs and Festivals Where My Students Have Performed:
Domingo-Cafritz Young Artists Program at Washington Opera, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Santa Fe Opera (2x, winner of Anna Case Makay Memorial Award for Excellence by an Apprentice), Opera North, Banff Centre, Staunton Music Festival, Glimmerglass Opera, Chautauqua Opera, Ash Lawn Opera, Carmel Bach Festival, American Bach Soloists Summer Academy, New Music on the Point, Staunton Music Festival Young Artist Program, San Francisco Early Music Society (SFEMS) Renaissance and Baroque Workshops, Baroque Academy at Amherst Early Music Festival, Accademia d'Amore, Arpeggiata, Baroque Performance Institute at Oberlin, International Baroque Institute at Longy, Lake Placid Institute, Opera in the Ozarks, Basoti, Patricia Gonzalez Summer Workshop in Argentina, Early Music America Young Performers Festival, Boston Early Music Festival Ensemble,

Summer Workshops I have Taught
Co-Director, The Enchanted Isle Vocal Workshop (five years, 2010-2014), Acting Director, Vocal Seminar at the Lake Placid Institute (2003, taught there 1999-2003), Baroque Academy Faculty at the Amherst Early Music Festival (1998-2003), Faculty at the San Francisco Early Music Society (SFEMS) Renaissance and Baroque Workshops (2004-2008), Madison Early Music Festival, Voice Teacher at the Historical Harp Society Workshop at Case Western Reserve, Co-Director of the Lexington Opera Society Summer Workshop (2006), C. W. Post Summer Workshop with the Pierrot Ensemble, Oberlin College Baroque Performance Institute (2011, 2013)

UNT Collegium at the Berkeley Festival
Joined the UNT Collegium in performances at the Berkeley Festival 2006 and 2008, which were previewed and later recorded at UNT. Soloist and in ensembles with the graduate student singers. Assisted Collegium Director, Lyle Nordstrom, with the stage movement for the ensemble. Introduced the students to a large number of Bay Area Early Music colleagues and facilitated the connection between Collegium Director and Bay Area recording engineer. Joined UNT Baroque Orchestra and Baroque faculty in performances at the Boston Early Music Festival 2011, and assisted the Early Music Singers, under the direction of Paul Leenhouts.

UNT Collegium Tour to South America
I traveled with UNT's Early Music Collegium to Bolivia and Peru and performed in concerts with the Collegium as Soloist and Ensemble member. Brought my prior experience performing in South America to guide students in preparing for the altitude, encourage them to take the trips to Cuzco, Machu Picchu, and the hike up the mountain, Huayana Picchu. Participated in the runout preview concerts in New Orleans and Shreveport. Drove the UNT van during part of the trip and organized students to attend jazz at Preservation Hall. Participated in recruitment and outreach in the US tour and in South America.

UNT Getty Grant Residency-Udite Amanti!
I applied for and received a Getty Grant to bring 2 Italian colleagues to UNT for a residency that impacted a number of areas in the college: voice, early music, performance practice, music theory-basso continuo, accompanying, harpsichord, musicology, harp, and baroque chamber music. The duo taught 2 master classes, gave classroom lectures, coachings and rehearsed and performed with students and with me in a formal concert. We followed the week at UNT with 2 performances in New York City for the Helicon Foundation to packed audiences. The duo helped prepare 2 of my graduate students for the Carnegie Hall Arpeggiata workshop on 17th-century Italian repertoire. Both graduate and undergraduate vocal students sang in the master classes.

UNT Research Initiation Grant Recording with Collegium Faculty and Students
I applied for and received a RIG used to produce and record Handel arias and cantatas involving all of the UNT Collegium faculty, adjunct faculty, alumni, and students. The recording was later sold to Magnatune.com on contract with UNT, who receives the proceeds. This was large-scale project organizing. I handled the scheduling, arranging Winspear Hall, selection of the repertoire, coordination with all performers, and hired the recording engineer. I also created all of the CD materials including the booklet, handled the contracting, crediting of all performers, creation of the visual materials and pressing of a limited edition of hard copy CDs for the Collegium Director's retirement. The project trained the string players who were new to gut strings. The recording was preceeded by 2 concerts, 1 of which was a faculty concert and the other, with the Collegium Orchestra, was part of the Daniel Pearl Music Days events.

UNT Workshop: Amsterdam Meets Texas
Amsterdam Trio and UNT Early Music Faculty Collaboration. I took over coordination of events when Lenora McCroskey was on sabbatical, arranging scheduling, organizing master classes, rehearsals, and recruiting of prospective students into the course during the annual audition week. I taught master classes in period style and recitative, and performed in the faculty concert with Richard Egarr, Mary Springfels, Jed Wentz, Mimi Mitchell and UNT faculty.

World Voice Day at UNT
This was a collaboration between UNT's Voice Department, UNT Speech & Hearing, and UT Southwestern's Medical Voice Center for a presentation by UT Southwestern to promote vocal wellness among the student singers at UNT and to make them aware of what is available to them at UT Southwestern's Voice Center. I launched the initial coordination between the 2 institutions, discussing and determining the parameters with UT Southwestern's MD's and UNT Speech & Hearing staff. I created a template enabling all parties to facilitate subsequent communication and planning, shaping the project into: who, what, where, when, how, and getting some questions and answers to flow. When the event took place, UT Southwestern staff scoped UNT singers and discussed vocal hygiene. UNT Speech and Hearing staff attended as did UNT Vocal faculty and students. A smooth hand-off of leadership occurred, accommodating the professional travel for 2 of the 3 us UNT Vocal Division faculty who were involved in coordinating the event, but who could not attend it.

Yoonjoo Yang, DMA accomplishments during past 3 years
Upon completion of DMA in 2011, returned to Korea to form Ensemble Trois C, which has given dozens of performances of 20th and 21st Century music throughout South Korea, including a 100th Birthday celebration performance of Arnold Schoenberg's "Pierrot Lunaire". Currently teaching at Yewon School, Seoul Arts High School and Seoul National University of Education. Yoonjoo also sings recitals and performs with youth orchestras in South Korea, and attended New Music on the Point in Leicester, Vermont, under the direction of David Rakowski, and was a semi-finalist in the Classical Singers Competition, 2011.

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Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)Student NameClassificationTypeProject/Thesis/Dissertation
2015-PresentJiyoon NhoMMGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingUNT Opera roles
2015-PresentMichelle PeriniBMUndergraduate Mentoring/AdvisingOpera roles/UDE
2015-PresentJosefina MaldonadoBMUndergraduate Mentoring/AdvisingUNT Opera roles
2015-PresentRyan Tackett WardellMMGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingUNT Opera roles
2015-PresentGrace NelsonMMGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingUNT Opera roles
2015-PresentLevi HernandezMMGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingProfessional Opera roles
2015-PresentCarlos SaenzDMAGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingUNT Opera roles
2014-PresentJane ClukeyMMGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingMM Recital, MM Orals
2014-PresentGina RamonBM/BMMEUndergraduate Mentoring/AdvisingUDE
2014-PresentJulian VeraMMGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingUNT Opera roles
2008-PresentDavid StanleyDMAGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingDMA Recitals
2014-2015Gillian WhiteBMUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2014-2015Anna ValcourMMGraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2014-2015Eun Ji JungMMGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingMM Recital
2014-2015Christine PharesMMGraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2012-2015Farah PadamseeMMGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingUNT Opera roles
2014Lauren LiebelBMMEUndergraduate Mentoring/AdvisingProficiency Jury
2014Jamie GarciaBMUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2014Barrett RadziunDMAGraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2008-2013Derek ChesterDMAGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingThe Early Songs of Samuel Barber
2012Troy ElliotBMMEUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2011-2012Nicole SilvaBM/BMMEUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2011-2012Jillian CantuBMMEUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2009-2012Kevin HoltMMGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingMM Recital, MM Orals
2009-2012Patricia O'KeefeDMAGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingDMA Recitals
2009-2012Kong Ju ChoiMMGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingMM Recital, MM Orals
2009-2012Elizabeth McGeeBMUndergraduate Mentoring/AdvisingJunior Recital
2007-2012Nicole ChristensenBM, BMMEUndergraduate Mentoring/AdvisingSenior Capstone Recital
2011Sarah DavisDMA (Recital Juror)Graduate Mentoring/Advising 
2009-2011Angela BoukheirBMMEUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2009-2011Marie MattinglyMMGraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2009-2011Charlie KimMMGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingMM Recital, MM Orals
2008-2011Kathryn SummersettMMGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingMM Recital, MM Orals
2007-2011Kristen BlairBMUndergraduate Mentoring/AdvisingSenior Capstone Recital
2007-2011Yoonjoo YangDMAGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingThe Two Twelve-Tone Song Cycles of Donald Martino
2010Joseph RinaldiDMA (Recital Juror)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingRecital Juror
2009-2010Avis StroudMMGraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2009-2010Aaron HarpMMGraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2008-2010Jennifer TrammellBMMEUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2008-2010Olivia JusticeBAUndergraduate Mentoring/AdvisingProficiency Jury
2008-2010Evan BlackBMMEUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2007-2010Brian MurrayBMMEUndergraduate Mentoring/AdvisingProficiency Jury
2007-2010Giovannie CruzBMMEUndergraduate Mentoring/AdvisingSenior Capstone Recital
2008-2009Kara HansonBMUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2008-2009Julianna EmanskiMAGraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2007-2009Stephanie JohnsonBAUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2007-2009Travis LoweryBMMEUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2007-2009Sylvia WhiteMM, MAGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingMM Recital, MM Orals
2007-2009Jennifer BoyerMMGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingMM Recital, MM Orals
2007-2009David LewisBAUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2007-2009Hye-ryung KwonDMAGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingDMA Recitals
2008Jennifer CiobanuDMA (Recital Juror)Graduate Mentoring/Advising 
2007-2008Suzanne LongMMGraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2007-2008Rebecca BeasleyDMA (Dissertation Committee Member)Graduate Mentoring/AdvisingJake Heggie's "The Deepest Desire"
2007-2008Alexandra GholamiBAUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2007-2008Lauren HarrisonMM, Choral ConductingGraduate Mentoring/AdvisingOral Exam Committee Member
2007-2008Kowoon KimMMGraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2007Katrina BishopBMUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2007Vicki McWilliamsMMGraduate Mentoring/Advising 
2007Nereida GarciaBMUndergraduate Mentoring/Advising 
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Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)CommitteePositionClassification
2015-PresentFaculty Awards CommitteeMemberUniversity
2010-2016Faculty SenateMemberCollege/University
2014-2015Faculty Senate Executive CommitteeMemberUniversity
2014-2015Search Committee: Visiting Assistant Professor of VoiceMemberDepartment, at Chair's Request
2014-2015Search Committee: Professor of VoiceMemberCollege, at Dean's Request
2013-2015Policy Review CommitteeMemberUniversity
2009-2015Committee on the Status of WomenChair, 2010-2012, MemberUniverstiy
2011-2012Committee on CommitteesMemberUniversity
2009-2012Faculty Development Leave CommitteeMemberCollege/University-elected
2008-2012Fine Arts Series CommitteeMemberUniversity
2008-2012Distinguished Lecture Series CommitteememberUniversity
2008-2012Committee on Evaluation of University AdministratorsMemberUniversity
2007-2012Personnel Affairs CommitteeMemberDepartment, at Chair's Request
2010-2011Search Committee: Director of Parking and TransportationMemberUniversity
2008-2011Election CommitteeChair, 2010-2011College-elected
2009-2010Search Committee: Director of Early Music StudiesMemberCollege, at Dean's Request
2008-2009Search Committee: Harpsichord/FortepianoMemberCollege, at Dean's Request
2008-2009Search Committee: VoiceMemberDepartment/College
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Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)OrganizationPositionClassification
1998-PresentNational Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS)MemberProfessional Organization
1974-PresentAmerican Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA)MemberUnion
1974-PresentAmerican Federation of Television and Recording Artists (AFTRA)MemberUnion
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YearTitleHonoring Organization
2014NomineeGrammy Award, American Recording Academy
2013NomineePiper Teaching Award
2013-2014NEH, Recommended (only 2 university-wide)UNT
2012Nominee, Research and Creativity AwardUNT
2012-2013Research Leave, AwardedUNT
2011One of 3 Finalists, Research and Creativity AwardUNT
2010NomineePiper Teaching Award
2002Schallplatten des Monats (CD: The Pleasures & Follies of Love)Alte Musik Actuell
2000Silver Screen Award (DVD: Dido & Æneas)US International Film & Video Festival
2000Rockie (DVD: Dido & Æneas)Banff Television Festival
2000Golden Spire (DVD: Dido & Æneas)San Francisco International Film Festival
1999The Opera Lover-nominated for Best Independent FilmGolden Starfish Award
1998Xerxes chosen as Opera of the YearUSA Today
1995Grammophone Award (CD: Ariodante)Grammophone Magazine
1994Diapason d'or (CD: Mottetti Virtuosi/Hasse)Diapason Magazing
1992Third PrizeLola Wilson Hayes International Vocal Artists Competition
1976First PrizeChicago Music Club Vocal Competition
1972PrizewinnerMacDowell Artists Competition
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Duration (YYYY - YYYY or Present)Company/OrganizationPosition
1987-PresentThe many companies listed in the sections on Performance and Recording (above) present my Field Experience. I began my professional career in 1972, making my professional Operatic debut in 1987Soloist
toggle toggle Professional Community Engagement
YearOrganizationRoleType of Service
2014Denton County Heritage Festival CommitteeMemberCommunity
2012Organizing for America: Obama Grassroots CampaignVolunteerPhone-Banking
2011Kevin Roden Campaign City CouncilVolunteerLetter Writing
2010-BikeFriendlyUNTAdministratorSocial Networking Cycling Website
2010Bike Denton/UNT College of MusicFacilitatorDialogue Re: UNT Cycle Track
2010-Drink & Think Debates/DialoguesParticipant/GuestCommunity Awareness
2010-Keep Denton BeautifulMemberCommunity Service
2008UNT/DentonInitiated and organized Daniel Pearl Music Days, collaborations with University departments (RTVF, Journalism, EncoUNTers, Jewish Studies, Provost, President) and City of Denton arts presenters: Dan’s Silverleaf, Greater Denton Arts Council, othersCollege/University/Community
2008-2010UNT Interfaith InitiativeFaculty ParticipantUniversity
2008-2010UNT College of Music Career NightPresenter: “A Singer’s Life in Recordings”College
2008UNT Union and College of MusicVictory Over Violence Exhibit and presentations to NTSME, Music 1600 (Bush, Wintle, Alonso-Minutti), and Music in Society (Skovic)College/University/Community
2008EncoUNTers International Speakers Series-UNT: Judea PearlCoordinator: Daniel Pearl Music DayslUniversity/Community
2008-Democratic PartyVolunteerVoter Registration Drives
2007UNT OperaRecitative and Gesture Coach for "L'Egisto"College/Community
2007Gretchen Bataille InaugurationPro Bono Soloist: National AnthemCollege/University
2007-UNT Commencement CeremoniesFacultyCollege/University/Community
2007The Hunger ProjectVolunteer, participated in a fundraising event to educate people on the relationship between food and economic class statusUNT/Community
2007Shropshire FoundationPro Bono SoloistInternational Community
2007Dallas Bach SocietyPro Bono Soloist/Messiah Sing-alongProfessional Service
2007-2009Eastern Kentucky University Model Laboratory SchoolMentorProfessional Colleague
2007-UNT Student Club: World Buddhist RevolutionFaculty AdvisorUniversity
2007-2008Soka Gakkai International/UNT UnionCoordinator and Liaison: Victory Over Violence and Gandhi, King, Ikeda exhibitsUniversity/Community
2006-2008Staunton Music Festival Young Artists Program/UNT and UKCo-coordinator/AdvisorProfessional Service
2006UK BasketballPro Bono Soloist: National AnthemDepartment/University/Community
1984-Soka Gakkai International (Buddhist-based Peace Organization and United Nations NGO)Performances at World Peace Prayer events in NY, NY, San Francisco Bay Area, CA, Lexington, KY and Dallas, TX, Florida Nature and Culture Center: pro bono performance and recording at conference. Denton District LeaderCommunity
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Jean Hakes
http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9B03E2DE143AF930A35755C0A9619C8B63 Professor of Voice, Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music, New York Pro Musica under Noah Greenberg, also performing the music of Mario Davidovsky and Alberto Ginastera

Myron McPherson
http://divapjh.com/web/pdf/McPhersonBio.pdf Professor at Juilliard, Brooklyn College Conservatory of Music, USC, studied with and played piano for Ettore Basiola, Amelita Galli-Curci, Beverley Johnson; long-time coach to Florence Quivar; members of Anonym

Robert Long
http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2001-07-25/news/0107250277_1_peter-grimes-chicago-opera-roosevelt-university Professor of Voice, Roosevelt University Chicago Musical College, coached by Mary Garden, Boles in US premiere of Peter Grimes

Harvey Ringel
http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1992-02-04/news/9201110080_1_chicago-musical-college-taught-private-music-teacher Professor of Voice and Vocal Pedagogy at Roosevelt University, wrote History of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (1992)

Eileen Deneen
http://www.chicagoreader.com/chicago/chi-lives-eileen-deneen-still-a-prima-donna/Content?oid=871358 My first voice teacher, sang well into her late 80's, taught until her 90's.

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1990 -2013See list of 50+ CD and DVD Recordings
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Prof. Jennifer Lane
Grammy nominated mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane is “a singer whose dark, bottomless voice is matched by her expressiveness and intelligence.” The press has described her singing as “clear, rich, plangent,” “compelling and dramatic,” and possessing “agility and charisma,” During her 40-year career, she has been featured by many of the most prestigious institutions and orchestras in the US and abroad. These include the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, San Francisco Opera, Opéra Monte Carlo, Opéra du Caen, and the San Francisco Symphony, Minnesota Symphony, Jerusalem Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, and National Symphony, with conductors ranging from Robert Shaw, Robert Craft, Michael Tilson Thomas, Graeme Jenkins, Nicholas McGegan, Monica Huggett, William Christie, Mark Minkowski, and Andrew Parrott, as well as with period instrument ensembles such as Freiburger Barock, Philharmonia Baroque, Handel & Haydn Society of Boston, Les Arts Florissants, and Les Musiciens du Louvre, in concerts throughout the US, Europe, South America, and the Middle East. Ms. Lane has fifty CD recordings to her name on a wide variety of labels, as well as two films: Dido & Aeneas (with the Mark Morris Dance Group and Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra) and The Opera Lover, a romantic comedy. Both films are available on DVD. Among her most recent CD recordings are Darius Milhaud's Orestie (Athena), Stravinsky’s Oedipus Rex (Jocasta), Schoenberg’s Gurrelieder (Waldtaube), and Schoenberg’s song cycle Das Buch der Hängenden Gärten, all for Naxos; The Pleasures & Follies of Love and Villancicos y Cantadas for Koch; and17th Century French Airs de Cour with Ensemble Orinda for for www.Magnatune.com. In recent seasons, Ms. Lane premiered the lead female role of Charmian London opposite baritone Rodney Gilfrey as Jack London in Everyman Jack, in a newly commissioned opera by Phillip Littell and Libby Larson for Sonoma City Opera, about the life of author and adventurer, Jack London. She sang the title role o

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Former undergraduate Studio students of Prof. Lane's have gone on to graduate study at Eastman, Peabody, Royal College of Music/London, Longy, Indiana University, McGill, and the Manhattan School of Music.

Instructional assignments and other teaching responsibilities:
Sixteen Studio Voice students plus weekly Studio Class for students at all collegiate levels, freshmen through DMA, enrolled in a variety of degree programs: BM, BMED, BA, MM, MA, DMA
Coaching of chamber music, opera roles, early music roles, competitions, and preparation of students for master class presentations, recitals, and competitions
SETE Scores consistently "Highly Effective" in all categories

Repertoire included:
Jennifer Lane's repertoire is unusually wide-ranging, from Medieval to Modernist, and from lute songs to 147-piece symphonic works and Cabaret: Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Handel’s Messiah, Strauss’ Rosenkavalier (Octavian), Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo (Messaggiera/Speranza), Berlioz’ Les Nuits d’Été,, Schoenberg's Gurrelieder, and a French Baroque orchestral program that included excerpts from Rameau’s Hippolyte et Aricie (Phaedre). Recitals included Schumann’s Frauenliebe und -leben and Haydn’s Arianna a Naxos with pianist Elvia Puccinelli, Jean Claude Risset’s Invisible (for voice and 4-channel tape), Monteverdi’s Il Lamento d’Arianna with baroque triple harpist Paula Fagerberg; Mahler and Schumann songs with pianists Carsten Schmidt and Gabriel Dobner, and as the narrator in Debussy’s 12 Chansons de Bilitis with flutists James Scott and Teri Sundberg, harpist Jaymee Haefner, and pianist Gustavo Romero on celeste, Gurrelieder with Robert Craft, and Cabaret with Steve Harlos. See above categories: PERFORMANCES and RECORDINGS for more complete repertoire details.

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