Jennifer Zetlan


Soprano Jennifer Zetlan is internationally recognized for her artistry and captivating stage presence. She has been seen and heard on opera and concert stages worldwide, as well as on Broadway. In the current season, she is seen in Ricky Ian Gordon’s The Tibetan Book of the Dead with Grand Rapids Opera. Additionally, she is taking part in numerous workshops of new operas with American Lyric Theater and Works & Process at The Guggenheim as well as a forthcoming recording of Louis Karchin’s Tribute to the Angels and a premiere of a new work for chamber ensemble and soprano with the Washington Heights Chamber Orchestra by composer Paul Brantley.

Last season, she was seen as Eurydice in the deaf opera project Orpheus & Erica with Victory Hall Opera.  Additionally, she gave the world premiere of Tribute to the Angels, a piece written for her by Louis Karchin with the Talea Ensemble and sang the role of Trujamán in Manuel de Falla’s El retablo del maese Pedro at the Kennedy Center with PostClassical Ensemble.  Ms. Zetlan also made an appearance with BASS (Brooklyn Art Song Society), singing contemporary art songs by Justine Chen and the Berg 7 Early Songs. She was also heard with the Riverside Orchestra, singing Barber’s Knoxville: Summer of 1915.

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