American soprano Jacqueline Bruce enjoys an international
career spanning the genres of opera, oratorio and chamber music.
Ms. Bruce began her career as a principal soloist with the Staatsoper
Stuttgart performing several lead and supporting roles such as
Servilia in La clemenza di Tito, Aloysia in Masaniello furioso
and Euridice in Monteverdis LOrfeo among others. Other
opera credits include: Madame Lidoine in Francis Poulencs
Dialogues des Carmélites with Sakrale Oper Berlin, Fiordiligi
in Così fan tutte with Festa Lirica Italiana, Micaëla
in Carmen with St. Petersburg Opera, Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni
with the Martina Arroyo Foundation, Juliette in Roméo et
Juliette with Opera Company of Brooklyn, Flora Bervoix in La Traviata
with Opera Tampa, Eurydice in Orphée et Eurydice with the
Festival Lyrique-en-Mer, Norina in Don Pasquale with Taconic Opera,
and Nedda in I Pagliacci with Festa Lirica Italiana.
Jacqueline Bruce can be heard on the Naxos recording
of Tony Carusos Final Broadcast, an opera by Paul Salerni.
The soprano has won prestigious awards including First Prize at
the Classical Singer Magazine Competition. The soprano was also
honored in Germany & France as a Star of Tomorrow by the arte
television channel and was featured in a video portrait.
Equally at home on the concert stage, Jacqueline
Bruce is known for her commitment to exploring and performing
a vast array of repertoire. Ms. Bruce has performed in concert
with Opera Classica Europa, Berlin Philharmonic, Z1 Discovery
concert series, Tarpon Arts, Ocala Symphony Orchestra, New Jersey
State Opera, American Modern Ensemble, the American Music Festival,
Summer Stars of Ocean Grove, Borderless Song of Toronto, Forecast
New Music, Festival Lyrique-en-Mer, the Vermont Festival of the
Arts, and the Chamber Music Society of Philadelphia. The soprano
has graced the stages of Carnegie Hall, the Philadelphia Academy
of Music, Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, Great Auditorium
of Ocean Grove, St. Petersburg Palladium, The Kaye Playhouse,
and the Tampa Straz Center, among others.
This Winter, the soprano looks forward to returning
to the Z1 Discovery concert series in Berlin with HerStory: Women's
Work, a recital featuring all female composers. This Spring, the
soprano will be debuting her Scottish song recital, Heritage:
a Celebration of Scotland in Song in New York City at the Riverside
Interchurch concert series. Ms. Bruce will then collaborate next
Fall with the VivazzA Ensemble on a newly commissioned work by
Alejandra Castro in honor of Beethoven's 250th birthday. Jacqueline
Bruce holds a Master of Music from Curtis Institute of Music and
a Bachelor of Music from Eastman School of Music.
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