Style: World; Pop; Opera; Jazz; Folk; Gospel; Rock; Classical; Musical Theatre
Bio: Michigan Youth Arts Festival Winner for solo Vocal performance, Jennifer Kathryn Marshall (now Jennifer Marshall Evens) is a graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy and Northwestern University. She is a professional actor and vocalist. She studied voice extensively with Candace Goetz and acting with Wynn Handman in New York City and is trained to teach the Estill vocal technique. She made her Carnegie Hall debut in Noel Coward's Sail Away with Elaine Stritch, toured Europe as Christine in Jacob's Phantom of the Opera, and performed in the Avignon Theatre Festival in Cabaret American. She joined the First National Tour of the musical Titanic. Other New York credits include: Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Lady Percy/Mistress Quickly in Henry IV Parts 1 and 2, The Forever Waltz (WorkShop Theater Company), Goethe's Persephone (Verse Theater Manhattan.) Regional theatre credits include: The Irish and How They Got That Way; As You Like It; A Shayna Maidel; Chapter Two; A Christmas Carol; The Secret Garden; A Joyful Noise, Nunsense, and Wait Until Dark at theaters including the Cincinnati Playhouse, Arkansas Rep, North Shore Music Theatre Seven Angels Theatre and Actor's Theatre of Louisville.
The New York Times hailed “a superb Jennifer Kathryn Marshall” for her performance in the verse play The Forever Waltz by poet, Glyn Maxwell. In 2014 she recorded Winter Count by Jerome Kitzke for his CD The Paha Sapa Give-Back with the ETHEL string quartet. “Jennifer Kathryn Marshall has extraordinary presence, and a chameleon-like ability to morph from one wildly different character to another” -- Fanfare Magazine. (Note: adult themes of war and strong language.) She returns to NYC periodically to perform in concert.
Voice Type: Soprano
Music Styles Taught: World; Pop; Opera; Jazz; Folk; Gospel; Rock; Classical; Musical Theatre
Availability: I am available as a performer; I have a wait-list for private lessons; I am currently accepting private students