Jacqueline Zander-wall

Albuquerque , NM, USA

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Teacher Type


Teaching Styles

Musical Theatre

Levels Taught

Young Artist/Emerging Pro
High School


As a recitalist and oratorio soloist, Mezzo Soprano. Zander-Wall has performed with Robert Shaw, the Flenburger Bach Chor, including performances at the Hugo Wolf Gesellschaft, the Mahler Verein, Hamburg Konzertante Oper and extensive performances on German radio and television.

After receiving three degrees from the University of California in Santa Barbara, she was awarded a fellowship at the Music Academy of the West in 1988. She moved to Germany on a Rotary Scholarship to attend the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst. After seven years performing in Germany she accepted a fellowship at the Opera Institute at Boston University. A proponent of new music she has premiered works for the Goethe Institute in Boston, and the Composers Forum in Moscow, Scala in Hamburg, and L’art pour l’art in Frankfurt. She performed Proserpina under the baton of Jane Glover in a Monteverdi Festival at the Brooklyn Academy of Music along with numerous festival performances at the Skaneateles Music Festival, the Aspen Music Festival, the Warebrook Contemporary Music Festival, L'art pour L'art in Frankfurt, Music in the Mountains, the Britten-Pears School, the New Mexico Philharmonic, New Mexico Performing Arts Society and others. Opera credits include the Boston Lyric Opera, the Chicago Opera Theater, Hamburg Opera, Arizona Opera, Duluth Superior Symphony, New Haven Symphony, Opera Southwest. Having been on the Voice Faculty of Phillips Exeter Academy, Phillips Academy in Andover, the College of Santa Fe, and the University of New Mexico, Ms. Zander-Wall continues to work regularly as a Bach soloist, recitalist and she enjoys a large private voice studio.

A past President of the Rio Grande Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, she is a member of MTNA and the Artistic Founding Director of the Vocal Artistry Art Song Festival to encourage and inspire the study of Art Song. She has studied extensively with Elizabeth Mannion, Phyllis Curtin, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and Jane Snow.