Jennifer Jaroslavsky



Jennifer Jaroslavsky

(she/her) Argentinian-American soprano Jennifer Jaroslavsky is most known for her passionate stage prowess and warm, full sound. The 2020-2021 season holds exciting projects for Ms. Jaroslavsky including her virtual debut as Madame Altina in Thomas Pasatieri's La Divina. Favorite roles include Violetta, Cendrillon, Donna Anna and Donna Elvira, Alcina, The Vixen, and Melisande.

Resident Artist, 2017-2019
Seagle Music Colony
Emerging Artist, 2015, 2016
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Lehar's Giuditta
Heggie's Three Decembers


La Divina
Madame Altina

Opera del West, 2020

Inaugural Masquera...
Soloist (Violetta)

City Lyric Opera, 2020

Beethoven's Mass i...
Soprano Soloist

Fairfield County Chorale and Orchestra, 2020

En la ardiente osc...
Lolita, Juana (cover)

Mosesian Center for the Arts, 2019

The Cunning Little...
The Vixen

, 2019


Opera del West, 2019

Don Giovanni
Donna Anna (cover)

Israel Sinfonietta Beer Sheva, 2019

La Traviata
Violetta Valéry

, 2018

Pelléas et Mélisan...

, 2018

Don Giovanni
Donna Elvira

NEMPAC, 2018

Le nozze di Figaro

, 2017


Opera del West, 2017

L'elisir d'amore

Seagle Music Colony, 2016

Farinelli's Trainer

, 2015


Jennifer Jaroslavsky, Argentinian-American soprano, has been praised for her “warm soprano and shining face, singing with heart and skill” (Howlround Theatre Commons) as well as her “tireless true tones” (Boston Music Intelligencer). Newly based in New York City, Ms. Jaroslavsky was featured as the soprano soloist under the baton of Maestro Rosenmeyer in Beethoven’s Mass in C with the Fairfield County Chorale and with City Lyric Opera in their 2020-2021 Inaugural Masquerade.

The 2018-2019 season held many exciting projects for Ms. Jaroslavsky including her final year as a Resident Artist with the Boston University Opera Institute singing Violetta in Act 1 of La Traviata and the title role in Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen. Last summer, she made her Israeli debut as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni with the Israeli Sinfonietta, returned to Opera del West to sing the title role in Massenet’s Cendrillon, and premiered the role of Lolita and covered Juana in Omar Najmi’s En la ardiente oscuridad. In addition to those previously mentioned, Ms. Jaroslavsky’s favorite roles include Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, Mélisande in Pelléas et Mélisande, the title role in Alcina, Adina in L’elisir d’amore and Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro.

On the concert stage, she has joined the Boston University Symphonic Chorus in her Boston Symphony Hall debut as the Soprano soloist in Haydn’s Creation. Featured with various ensembles throughout the Boston area, Ms. Jaroslavsky has performed as the Soprano soloist in Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass, Wachner’s Psalm Cycle III, and Mozart’s Vesperae K.339.
While Cendrillon doubts herself for much of the play, the audience...[knew] that performer Jennifer Jaroslavsky, with her warm soprano and shining face, singing with heart and skill, would be able to see herself through her travails. Of all the Cinderellas I have encountered, Jaroslavsky’s is the most in tune with her own intuition and the most connected to other women who help encourage her.
— Howlround Theatre Commons