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Jenavieve Moore – Soprano

Picture of Jenavieve Moore“Jenavieve’s voice is beautifully set up with a clear timbre and excellent flexibility. She has an innate sense of phrasing and sang with much sensitivity. Most impressive was her understanding of and ability to communicate the text. She positively embraced the stage and captivated our audience.” – Rosemary Thomson, Music Director, Okanagan Symphony Orchestra

“Jenavieve is a perceptive musician with a keen ear and a good knowledge of vocal technique, enabling her to react quickly to coaching instructions that are given to her. Her voice is clear and projects well in a large acoustic space with a symphony orchestra behind her. Her collegial nature makes her a delight to work with, in both a studio, and a stage setting.” – Norman Reintamm, Music Director, Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra

Jenavieve Moore studied at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto with Helga Tucker, receiving four medals for obtaining the highest music exam marks. She now studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London with Yvonne Kenny. Jenavieve has placed at and won many competitions, including the Canadian Music Competition, National Kiwanis Music Festival, and the Elora Festival TD Competition. In 2012 she won joint first prize in the Dean & Chadlington Summer Music Festival Singing Competition.

She has appeared as a guest soloist with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Okanagan Symphony Orchestra, and is a frequent guest artist with the Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Norman Reintamm. Jenavieve has participated in master-classes with Barbara Bonney, Dame Emma Kirkby, Eugene Asti, Joan Rodgers, Julius Drake, Roger Vignoles, Sarah Walker, and Wolfram Rieger. In March 2011, Jenavieve was one of eight singers personally chosen by Thomas Hampson from North America and Europe to participate in the first ever Heidelberg Lieder Akademie, as a part of the Frühling Festival in Germany for two weeks, where she worked daily with him. Her operatic credits include Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte (Pamina, First Lady), Nicolai’s Die Lustigen Weiber von Windsor (GSMD chorus), and Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream (cover fairy ‘Moth’). Jenavieve has performed recitals in North America, England, Germany, and Malta, and has been featured in two New Immersion concerts with BBC Radio 3, broadcast live with ensemble.

For more information visit Jenavieve’s site at http://jenavievemoore.com/