Jacqueline Zander-Wall, mezzo-soprano

Jacqueline Zander-Wall mezzo-soprano

Jacqueline Zander-Wall has over fifty recital credits, which include the Stuttgart Hugo Wolf Gesellschaft, the Hamburg Mahler Verein, the Villa Lobos Ensemble, the Goethe Institute in Moscow and Boston, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. She has performed Chamber Music with the New York Skaneateles Music Festival, the Aspen Music Festival, the Warebrook Contemporary Music Festival in Vermont, and throughout Germany. A proponent of new music, Ms. Zander-Wall has sung with L’art pour l’art in Frankfurt, Chaosmas in Moscow, and Boston and Hamburg’s improvisatory Scala Theater.

As an oratorio soloist, she has performed with Robert Shaw, Canticum Novum, the Flensburger Bach-Chor, and Cathedrals in Hamburg, Wismar, and Lubeck. She has sung the role of Proserpina with Monteverdi Festival at the Brooklyn Academy of Music and the Chicago Opera Theater. Other opera credits include the Boston Lyric Opera, Arizona Opera, Utah Festival Opera, Opera Southwest, and the Hamburg Opera.

After receiving a Master’s of Arts from the University of California at Santa Barbara, she received a diploma from Boston University’s Opera Institute.  Her primary teacher is Elizabeth Mannion. She has also worked extensively with Phyllis Curtin, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Suzanne Danco, and Jane Snow.

Ms. Zander-Wall is also the founder and director of the Vocal Artistry Art Song Competition, to aid students of singing in the state of New Mexico.