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When talking about a naturally lustrous and fresh sound, one of the names that instantly come to mind is that of Jennifer Johnson. The artist has truly revolutionized the female music circuit with her sweet yet powerful voice. Her lively stage presence is a treat for the audience. So join Jennifer Johnson Cano for a live show in your city by acquiring Jennifer Johnson Cano tickets.
The singer is known for her heartfelt soulful voice that gives an extremely powerful weight to each and every music note. Jennifer Johnson Cano earned a degree from Webster University as well as a degree of Masters in Music from Rice University. Ever since her first opera performance, she was recognized widely for her thorough command over the music notes.
The famous opera singer made her debut with the Chicago Opera Theater and was presented as Kate Julian in Benjamin Britten’s “Owen Wingrave” in 2009. Later in 2011, she came back to Chicago in order to perform Schumann’s Frauenliebe und Leben which was a huge success. She was recognized largely for bringing a genuineness and emotional depth in her songs through her melodious voice. With her strong voice, effortlessness technique and expressive fragility, she had no problem in conveying the different elements of Schuman’s cycle.
This young woman certainly knows how to tackle the tone quality to match the emotional depth of Mahler. She presents a mixture of irony, bitterness as well as hopefulness through her melodic voice. After working two seasons as a Gerdine Young Artist with Opera Theatre, she launched herself as a major artist in 2008 through the role of Nicklausse in Offenbach’s “The Tales of Hoffman.”
During her seasons from 2011-2012, she executed several solo recital dates with pianist Christopher Cano at the University of California at Davis Union College, Paramount Theatre in Rutland as well as the Buffalo Chamber Music Society at the Kleinhans Music Hall. Jennifer Johnson also performed in the “Opera Goes to the Movies” starring James Valenti and Angela Meade at the Festival of the Arts BOCA in 2012. She charmed the audience with her performance at the World Dotors Orchestra and the National Philharmonic Chorale in the presentation of Mahler’s Symphony number 2.
Jennifer earned an award of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions in 2008 and later on in the year, she won the Young Concert Artists competition. She also found her way to become a member of the famous Metropolitan Opera’s Lindemann Young Artist Development Program.
Jennifer Johnson Cano was given the award of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival and Princeton University Prizes and also performed throughout the United States, including places like Philadelphia, Houston and Boston. She went on several tours with other musicians. Some of her hit on tour acts include Respighi's Il Tramonto and Cuckson's Der gayst funem shture. Both were recorded live and made public by the Marlboro Recording Society.
Jennifer also contributed to the Ravinia Festival's Steans Institute. Later on, she received a Sullivan Foundation Award in 2009. On Mrs. Carol Armstrong’s suggestion, Jennifer asked to sing the “Anderson/Weill September Song” at the funeral for the American sensation and astronaut, Neil Armstrong.
As the First Prize winner of the 2009 Young Concert Artist International Auditions, she was awarded the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Festival and Princeton University Prizes. The singer has given acclaimed recital debuts at Merkin Concert Hall and the Kennedy Center. She has toured around many cities that include Boston, Philadelphia, Houston, and Chicago.
Very recently, she started to work on the Beethoven’s Symphony number 9, season 2012-2013 as well as Choral Fantasy by San Francisco Symphony that plays under the renowned conductor, Michael Tilson Thomas. She has also been seen performing solo recitals at the Cosmos Club in the Garden Museum in Boston as well as at the Cosmos Club in Washington DC.
So everyone out there, this is your opportunity to attend the recital by the very young and talented mezzo-soprano, Jennifer Johnson Cano. Do not miss this opportunity of listening to this fine talent who surely holds a promising future in the field of music. Just get hold of Jennifer Johnson Cano tickets to be a part of the exciting upcoming show.