Style: Opera; Jazz; Folk; Classical; Musical Theatre
Title: Performance Faculty, Princeton University
Bio: Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek is a former member of the acclaimed vocal quartet Anonymous 4 and currently is Artistic Director of ModernMedieval, a trio of women devoted to developing projects that combine early and new music. She was a featured soloist on the Grammy Award-winning album Calling All Dawns, and has been a guest soloist with many ensembles, including the Washington Bach Consort, Carmel Bach Festival, Parthenia, Ensemble Modern (Frankfurt), Ensemble InterContemporain (Paris), Locrian Contemporary Music Ensemble, Dogs of Desire, Ekmeles, Hesperion XXI and Distinguished Concerts International NY. Jacqueline has sung with English National Opera, The Royal Opera, Center for Contemporary Opera, and American Opera Projects, and has premiered roles in many operas both in the UK and the US, most recently The Overseer in Sweat at National Sawdust, and Gertrude Stein in Six. Twenty. Outrageous. for AOP which will premiere at Symphony Space in February 2018. She was featured as the first avatar in a live opera, singing the role of Alcina in Cracked Orlando at Juilliard Center for Innovation in the Arts. Jacqueline holds degrees from Queens University Belfast and Columbia University, and is currently a D.M.A candidate and Teaching Fellow at The Juilliard School. In addition, Jacqueline teaches at Fordham University,Columbia University Teachers College and Manhattan College. She is the director of the newly-formed Fordham University Collegium, and maintains a private voice studio in New York. Her websites are JacquelineHorner.com and ModernMedieval.org.
Voice Type: Mezzo-soprano
Music Styles Taught: Opera; Jazz; Folk; Classical; Musical Theatre
Availability: I am available as a performer; I am currently accepting private students; I am available as a clinician or presenter; I accept students through a college or university program