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Crossing (NY Premiere)

American Repertory Theater at BAM (October 2017)

"The radiant soprano Jennifer Zetlan appears in a brief, climactic late scene as a messenger with news that the Union has won the war." The New York Times

"Jennifer Zetlan comes as a bolt from the blue as the sole female, her clean, clear soprano delivering the slightly pat news of the end of the War." Limelight

"The climax of the story, when the evening’s only female singer, a radiant Jennifer Zetlan..." ZealNYC

 

Rhoda and the Fossil Hunt

On Site Opera (September 2017)

"As parents and bustling children filled the area sectioned off for the performance, I thought nothing of it when a small figure in stripes and a suspendered skirt brushed past me; with a vocal flourish that was undoubtedly operatic, this figure turned out to be none other than soprano Jennifer Zetlan in the role of eight-year-old Rhoda, whose energy caught the eyes and ears of all gathered." Opera Wire

"Soprano Jennifer Zetlan is especially engaging as the young Rhoda..." Hyperallergenic

 

Oratorio Society of New York

Teatro Solis, Montevideo, Uruguay (March 2017)

"Zetlan sang with singular and expressive musicality, perfect intonation and passionate timbre flexibility in the piani as well as the forti." translated from El Pais

 

Jane Eyre

Center for Contemporary Opera (October 2016)

"As Jane, the compelling, rich-voiced soprano Jennifer Zetlan…"  The New York Times

"The title role, Jane Eyre, is a big soprano role, a tour de force. It was created—i.e., premiered—by Jennifer Zetlan... She has a lot to offer, and offered it as Jane Eyre... And she was undaunted by the theatrical responsibilities of her role. She can be proud of this night, and look back on it with great satisfaction." The New Criterion

 

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Circle Map, New York Philharmonic (October 2016)

"Jennifer Zetlan brought her luminous soprano to the solo part, while also moving ritualistically among people seated on the floor. Her warm sound carried the elegiac vocal lines beautifully and mingled with the diaphanous, tingling electronic sounds." The New York Times


Cosí fan tutte

Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra (September 2015)

"Built of more small vocal ensemble numbers than solo arias, 'Cosi' requires a well-matched bunch of very fine voices — and oh, what voices these were.

Soprano Brenda Rae as Fiordiligi, mezzo-soprano Cecelia Hall as Dorabella, bass-baritone Gordon Bintner as Guglielmo, tenor Andrew Stenson as Ferrando, soprano Jennifer Zetlan as Despina, and baritone Rod Gilfry as Don Alfonso each brought powerful, facile, highly refined, colorful voices to the stage.

Each of the six singers had the musical sensibility and capability to meld their unique ranges and timbres into seamless, sparkling ensembles that were perfectly balanced in power and fluid technique, and full of musical and theatrical nuance.

They delivered glorious singing and delightful theater and made it all look easy." Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


Morning Star

Cincinnatti Opera (June 2015)

"Zetlan, as Fanny, put her silvery soprano to work in "If I'm not allowed to sing" when her dreams of a career on the stage were dashed by marriage." Cincinnatti.com


Tempest Songbook

Gotham Chamber Opera (March 2015)

"in all the songs she performed, the soprano Jennifer Zetlan abounded in vocal warmth and dramatic fervor… It was impressive to see the singers, especially Ms. Zetlan, gamely interacting with the dancers to bring a choreographic dimension to their performances." The New York Times

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William G. Guerri,
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