Jennifer Larmore

Jennifer Larmore

Jennifer Larmore’s 1986 French debut as Sesto in Mozart’s La Clemenza di Tito heralded a career that has grown to include Handel, Bellini, Rossini and more Mozart roles. She has appeared in every major opera house in the world, including La Scala, Paris, Berlin, London, Bonn, Amsterdam, Vienna, Madrid, and the Metropolitan; and she has made multimple recordings, cindlugin “Born in Atlanta,” which followed Ms.l Larmore’s appeaarance singing the Olumpic Hymn at the 1996 Summer Olympic Games.

Not Alone

Coping with the ups and downs of singing

Making Career Moves

We first fell under Jennifer’s spell when she was singing Romeo in I Capuleti e i Montecchi with Opera Orchestra of New York. Backstage, her warm-ups alone would’ve won a Grammy. She wrote the following article by e-mail from her hotel in Europe where she was doing a new recording of…Romeo!