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 in prestigious recital venues and on Broadway. Ms. Zetlan’s 2022-2023 season brings her to Victory Hall Opera as Euridice in their innovative “Deaf Orpheus” production of Orpheus ed Euridice. The 2021-2022 season saw her return to The Metropolitan Opera for their productions of Eurydice and Akhnaten. She also appeared at Carnegie Hall with Musica Sacra under the baton of Kent Tritle as soprano soloist in Bach’s Magnificat and Mozart’s C Minor Mass, joined Washington Heights Orchestra as soloist in Paul Brantley’s “On the Pulse of Morning,” and joins Bard Music Festival for their production of Die schweigsame Frau.
Zetlan’s 2019-2020 season included the cover of Queen Tye in Akhnaten with The Metropolitan Opera, Ellen West with the Prototype Festival, Blanche in scenes from Dialogues of the Carmelites with Victory Hall Opera, the reprise of her Ginsburg in Scalia/Ginsburg with Opera Carolina and Opera Grand Rapids, and My Distant Love with On Site Opera.