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Jennifer Larmore

Jennifer Larmore

Jennifer Larmore


Jennifer Larmore is an outstanding American mezzo-soprano who has parlayed operatic success in Europe into international stardom. Known for excelling in the coloratura roles of the baroque and bel canto, she may be heard on the major recording labels in over seventy CDs to date, which has earned her the distinction of being the most recorded mezzo-soprano of all time. Following her European debut in 1986, her vocal talents, energetic acting and natural Read more on Last.fm
Jennifer Larmore is an outstanding American mezzo-soprano who has parlayed operatic success in Europe into international stardom. Known for excelling in the coloratura roles of the baroque and bel canto, she may be heard on the major recording labels in over seventy CDs to date, which has earned her the distinction of being the most recorded mezzo-soprano of all time. Following her European debut in 1986, her vocal talents, energetic acting and natural beauty quickly established her as an emerging star and the next years found her performing leading roles in the prestigious theaters of Paris, Vienna, Prague, London, Rome, Berlin, Madrid, Lisbon, Brussels, Geneva, Amsterdam, Milan, Tokyo, Melbourne, Seoul, Buenos Aires, and Salzburg. In 1994, Larmore returned to the United States in a triumphant Carnegie Hall appearance. This success was followed by being chosen to receive the coveted Richard Tucker Award, and the subsequent debut at the Metropolitan Opera in her signature role as “Rosina” in Il Barbiere di Siviglia. Since then, she has been a regular attraction at the Met, singing a wide range of roles from Handel’s Giulio Cesare to the world premiere of Tobias Picker’s An American Tragedy. Recital and symphonic repertoire plays a large role in this busy mezzo’s career, with the works of Mahler, Schoenberg, Mozart, deFalla, Debussy, Berlioz, and Barber featuring prominently.

World orchestras under the direction of such renowned conductors such as Muti, Levine, Lopez- Cobos, Bernstein, Runnicles, Sinopoli, Masur, von Dohnanyi, Jacobs, Spinosi, Guidarini, Kalmer, Rudel, Barrenboim, Queler, Mackerras, Bonynge, Maazel, Rostropovich, Ozawa, and many others are regular collaborators. Miss Larmore was the honored vocalist selected to close the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games with the singing of the “Olympic Hymn”; and, in 2002, Dr. Larmore (conferred by Westminster Choir College of Princeton) was knighted by the French government with the title Chevalier de l’ordre des arts et des lettres in recognition of her contribution to the world of music. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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