"...she presented herself above all as a singing actress who combines a lively curiosity and playful disposition with serious attention to text."
—The New York Times

"Jennifer Zetlan...sings beautifully and affectingly.  The part could not be in better hands."
—The New York Times

"...a radiant, agile voice and excellent control."
—The New York Times

"Young soprano Jennifer Zetlan contributed brilliantly as the irrepressible Flier."
— Financial Times London

"Jennifer Zetlan sounded radiant as Laoula."
—The New York Times

"Jennifer Zetlan, the soprano, sang the angular vocal lines with an affecting beauty and suppleness."
—The New York Times

"Jennifer Zetlan, a soprano, sang with an almost unearthly brilliance..."
—The New York Times

"Soprano Jennifer Zetlan, a deliciously petite Nannetta...her high notes pealed and floated exquisitely."
—Opera Canada Magazine

"Ms. Zetlan's clear, penetrating tone and intense focus in the third act's 'Sul fil d'un soffio etesio' induced shivers."
—The New York Times

"...best of all, soprano Jennifer Zetlan, who was splendid in Madeline's anguished vocalises, communicating pain and fury without ever saying a word."
—Wall Street Journal

"She produced endless ribbons of strong, clear lyricism."
— New York Sun

"With her ear-to-ear smile, radiant stage presence, spirited performing style and vibrant voice, soprano Jennifer Zetlan stands out as the clear star of the show."
— The Denver Post

William G. Guerri, Columbia Artists Management
1790 Broadway, New York, NY 10019-1412
(t) 212.841.9680   (f) 212.841.9516
guerri@cami.com