Soprano Jennifer Sgroe began her musical career in dance and musical theater before transitioning to opera and classical repertoire and completing her formal studies in music and vocal performance. She is a performer, pedagogue, administrative leader and producer, having put her talents to use in various sides of the performing arts.
Nov 2016: US Premiere of the solo mini-opera Trigger by Jessica Rudman with Hartford Opera Theater's New in November Festival.
Inspired by disturbing incident of domestic violence in Nova Scotia in 2014, this work explores the issues of domestic assault from many sides.
Jan-Feb 2017: "To the Sea" with Beverly Soll, Piano Works by American composers inspired by the sea featuring songs by Duke, Hundley, Rorem, Wheeler, Chadwick, Foote and others at Boston and New England Venues including The St. Botolph Club and Salem State University.
April 8 & 9, 2017: Recital with The Shakespeare Concerts NEC's Jordan Hall, Boston & UMASS Amherst - April 2017 Works by Summer, Schumann, Brahms etc. for voice, harp and horn.
Recent: "To the Sea" Song Recital with Beverly Soll, Piano for Nahant Historical Society, Miranda (cover) in Joseph Summer’s new operatic setting of Shakespeare’s The Tempest (Premiere - Somerville Theatre, April 2015), Mabel (Pirates of Penzance) with New England Gilbert & Sullivan Society & Longwood Opera, Gretel (Hänsel und Gretel) with Sinfonietta Nova, Soprano Soloist for Hindemith’s Das Marienleben with One World Symphony, Susanna (Le nozze di Figaro) with Arbor Opera Theater, Lula/Lightfoot McClendon cover (Cold Sassy Tree - Floyd) & Curley’s Wife (Of Mice & Men) with Sugar Creek Symphony & Song. Read More...
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