Jennifer Rowley now represented by Zemsky/Green in Europe, South America, and Asia

In addition to her successful collaboration with Uzan International Artists for General Management ...

Master Class at Baldwin Wallace College

Sharing vocal technique and words of wisdom with opera's next generation of artists...

'Il Trovatore' at The Metropolitan Opera

Second Met engagement in the 2017/18 season

Medea Medea in Corinto

July 29 & August 4, 2018

Teatro Nuovo

Leonora Il Trovatore

September 13, 16, 19, 22, 2018

Maggio Musicale Fiorentino

Spring 2017 brought a major success for Jennifer Rowley, as she made her role debut as Roxane in Franco Alfano’s Cyrano de Bergerac at The Metropolitan Opera, along side tenor, Roberto Alagna. The reviews universally praised Jennifer for her singing and acting ability in this very complicated role. The New York Times called this a “Break through moment,” further adding that for the heartbreaking final scene, “Ms. Rowley sang with an intensity of expression and a subtly embittered sound that suggested a singer for enormous gift and promise.”

The New York Classical Review echoed these statements, also calling this “a break out night for Ms. Rowley.” OperaWire called Jennifer’s Roxane “The heart of the production,” The Observer compared her beauty and expressive face to that of Marion Cotillard, and ConcertoNet called her Roxane “a revelation.”

In case this spring wasn’t exciting enough; on May 28, 2017, Jennifer married her fiancée Raymond Diaz in a beautiful ceremony in her hometown of Cleveland, OH!

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