Jazimina MacNeil, mezzo-soprano

Hailed as "fulminant" by the Berliner Morgenpost and "clearly a singer to watch" by the New York Times, Jazimina MacNeil's recent and upcoming performances include Mahler's Second Symphony at Carnegie Hall with the New York Youth Symphony; the roles of Anna in Kurt Weill's The Seven Deadly Sins at the Tanglewood Music Festival; Subdominant in Steven Stucky's opera The Classical Style with the Aspen Music Festival; Kate in Britten's Owen Wingrave; Rinaldo in Handel's Rinaldo; Siebel in Faust, Carolina in Hans Werner Henze’s Elegy for Young Lovers, Idamente in Idomeneo, and Carmen in Peter Brook’s adaptation Le Tragedie de Carmen with the Curtis Opera Theater.

Jazimina MacNeil received her Bachelors from the Manhattan School of Music and Masters from the Curtis Institute of Music. Other recent performances include concerts with the Apple Hill quartet, a solo recital with the Sideman Projekt in Berlin, a Verdi Requiem with the Brattleboro Concert Choir, a Mozart Requiem with the Albany Symphony, a solo recital at the Curt Sachs Saal in the Berlin Philharmonic, concerts at the Ravinia Festival with the Chicago Symphony and the Steans Institute, concerts with the Marlboro Music Festival, Chicago Chamber Musicians, String Theory, and the Winners Recital of the Liederkranz Competition in Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall.