Vocalist - Mezzo-Soprano

Rising young mezzo-soprano Jennifer Feinstein has been likened by the Los Angeles Times to “a young Horne, so rich is her mezzo and so full of spark was she on stage.” The Santa Barbara Independent praised her “remarkable, expressive voice reaching through the pain towards transcendence in a setting of Nietzsche’s ‘Midnight Song’,” and Opera News recently called her Elvira “a comic delight.” 

Posted: Sep-9-2016
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Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Feinstein is featured in the Caramoor Festival opening night on June 20th, 2015. The event is broadcast live online at the WQXR website. 

Posted: Jun-17-2015
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“Feinstein [Carmen] sets the sultry tone early with Habanera (Love is a rebellious bird/That nobody can tame). A mezzo-soprano who can belt out the money notes with ease, she is especially captivating in the lower register. Feinstein’s Carmen is by turns earthy and passionate, brooding and fearful, and can make even an innocuous scene shine. As the third act opens, for example, Carmen faces the gloomy predictions of tarot cards laid out by two girlfriends. Her reaction (If you are to die/If fate has spoken/You can deal out 20 times/And still the word will be: Death!) captures the range of the character, the opera and what makes this production worthy.”

— Tampa Bay Times
Posted: Oct-17-2015