Early Music Skills & Interests
Voice - Alto, Voice - Mezzo-Soprano
Early Music Affiliations
Advocate, Opera Director, Performer
A founding member of EMA, mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane has performed and recorded extensively, both nationally and internationally. She is a full professor in the Voice and Early Music faculties at the University of North Texas (UNT), which hosts the largest early music program in the United States. Her over 50 recordings and two films include Dido & Aeneas with The Mark Morris Dance Group and Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra for CBC Records and Rhombus Media produced by BRAVO Television. She has performed and recorded with Barockorchester Freiburg, Philharmonia Baroque, Handel & Haydn Society, Musica Sacra, Seattle Baroque, Portland Baroque, Tempesta di Mare, Washington Bach Consort, Bach Society Houston, American Bach Soloists, Le Parlement de Musique, and a great many other period instrument ensembles. She has directed fully-staged Baroque operas for the Staunton Music Festival, produced at the Blackfriars Shakespeare Theatre. In addition to UNT, Jennifer Lane has held faculty positions at the University of Kentucky and Stanford University, where she built an opera program and an early music collegium which produced fully-staged productions of Dido & Aeneas and The Magic Flute, semi-staged productions of The Tempest and The Impresario, as well as one-act operas and scenes from Monteverdi's La Favola d'Orfeo. Students of hers are professionally and academically active in the US and abroad.
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