Soprano Jennifer Rowley is acclaimed worldwide for her unforgettable voice and remarkable stage presence.

In the 2020/21 season, Jennifer Rowley adds another Verdi role to her growing list of repertoire, marking her role and house debut as Amelia Grimaldi in a new production of Verdi’s 'Simon Boccanegra' by Andreas Homoki at Opernhaus Zürich. The opening night performance will be streamed live from Zürich, and this production will be captured for a future DVD release. Rowley sings her signature role of Tosca for two greatly anticipated house debuts, first at Opéra de Marseille and then at The Dallas Opera. Additionally, she’ll return to Opéra national de Paris as the title role of Verdi’s Aida, in a new production by Dutch director Lotte de Beer.

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Upcoming Performances

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Dec | 6, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 2020
Jan | 3, 8, 12, 2021

Simon Boccanegra

Amelia Grimaldi

Opernhaus Zürich

Zürich, Switzerland

The Opening Night will be livestreamed

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FEB | 12-20, 2021

Baldwin Wallace Artist in Residence

Online event

Artist in Residence Online at Baldwin Wallace University. The Masterclass will be on February 20 at 10am EST.

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Feb | 9, 11, 14, 16, 19, 21, 2021

Tosca

Opéra de Marseille

Marseille, France

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Mar | 20, 24, 27, 2021

Aida

Opéra national de Paris

Paris, France

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APR | 16, 18, 21, 24, 30
MAY | 2, 2021

Tosca

Dallas Opera

Dallas, TX

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Aida - rehearsals at Gran Teatre del Liceu

A behind-the-scenes look into Thomas Guthrie's new production of 'Aida' at Gran Teatre del Liceu. Jennifer Rowley makes her house and role debut as the titular heroine in January 2020.

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Opéra national de Paris : Il Trovatore (saison 17/18) - Leonora

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Critical Acclaims

Recital with Fort Worth Opera

Laurie Lindemeier, Theater Jones

“I found her dynamic performance coupled with her incredible voice, to far exceed my expectations. She acted with not only her exquisite voice but her whole being. As Rowley sang through the well-known “Io son l’umille ancella” from Francesco Cilea’s verismo opera Adriana Lecouvreur, her connection to the stream of emotions was constant and mesmerizing. In this ultraromantic piece, Rowley…

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