Jennifer Sgroe | Classical Singer - Opera, Concert, Musical Theater, Producer | Salem | Art Jobs
Country: United States
City: Salem
Industry: Performing Arts
Professional Title: Classical Singer - Opera, Concert, Musical Theater, Producer

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Praised for her “patrician ease and polished vocal refinement" by the Boston Music Intelligencer, soprano Jennifer Sgroe has performed across the US and at festivals in Finland, England and Austria in opera, recitals and on the concert stage at venues such as Radio City Music Hall, Carnegie Hall, The Society for Ethical Culture and the United Nations. She specializes in contemporary American opera and repertoire of the Baroque and Classical eras on the operatic and concert This past November, Jennifer made her debut with Center for Contemporary Opera singing the lead soprano role of Susanna in Laura Schwendinger’s Artemisia at Symphony Space and in December was the Soprano Soloist with The Back Bay Chorale for their Boston Christmas concerts. Earlier in 2018, Ms. Sgroe returned to Jordan Hall as the guest Soprano Soloist in Poulenc’s Gloria for New England Conservatory’s 150th Anniversary concert series. She will return to Jordan Hall in recital with pianist, Timothy Steele in March 2019 performing works by Handel, Poulenc, Schubert, Schumann, Mendelssohn and leading contemporary American female composers. In May 2019, she will perform Jessica Rudman’s monodrama Trigger, about the effects of domestic violence, at the Brighton Fringe Festival in Brighton, England, a work she has performed four times in the past two years in collaboration with the composer. Also in May, she will cover and sing the role of Flavia in a new production of Handel’s Silla with Cambridge Chamber Ensemble. An active recitalist and proponent of New and American music, Jennifer is currently developing the Refugee Voices project, a concert project of newly commissioned song settings of refugee stories in collaboration with UNHCR and USA for UNHCR. She also offers performances of the original recital program, To the Sea, developed with her collaborator, pianist Beverly Soll across New England through Summer/Fall 2019.

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