Jessica Fishenfeld

Young American Soprano Jessica Fishenfeld, hailed for her “engaging” performances (Opera News) and “soaring, glittering high notes” (EDGEftlauderdale), makes her New York City Opera debut this season in the World Premiere of Stonewall by Iain Bell and Mark Campbell, in addition to the World Premiere of Love Sick at National Sawdust, and a company debut with On Site Opera as Mrs. Mouse in Shostakovich’s The Tale of the Silly Baby Mouse. Since her recent residency with Palm Beach Opera, where she sang the roles of Norina (Don Pasquale), Mabel (The Pirates of Penzance), Najade (Ariade auf Naxos), Frasquita (Carmen), Kate Pinkerton (Madama Butterfly), and covered Gilda (Rigoletto), she made her Carnegie/Zankel Hall debut as soloist with The Manhattan Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, appeared with the Helena Symphony in Bernstein 100!, sang with international orchestras at the St. Bart’s Music Festival and Orquesta Filarmonía de Xalapa, created the roles of Kim in Eric Salzman’s Big Jim & the Small-Time Investors (Gramercy Opera) and Lydia Douce in Victoria Bond’s Sirens (Cutting Edge Concerts New Music Festival), sang May Fielding in the North American premiere of Zandonai’s Il grillo del focolare with Teatro Grattacielo, and was the recipient of the 2017 Career Bridges Encouragement Grant. www.jessicafishenfeld.com

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