Jennifer
Saunders La Rocco

Upcoming

Hello Again!

Hot off the presses! New Videos to view on my Media Page!

I continue to audition and have a few engagements upcoming:

March 27 - "A Little More Night Music" a private concert featuring a rousing mix of crowd pleasers (looking forward to a fun night!)

The second half of my season continues with Vespers at Shadyside Presbyterian Church, 5121 Westminster Place, Pittsburgh, PA  15232

                 Soloist - January 30, 7 pm

                 Soloist - February 27, 7 pm

*** Just added! Soloist - March 6, 7 pm Ash Wednesday service

                 Soloist - April 3, 7 pm


I continue to study and coach (very rewarding process for me) 

I wish you all lots of love and laughter and thank you for taking time to check in on me,  More to come!......

My Best, Jen. 




Background

Jennifer’s career is being built on her prowess of singing a wide range of musical styles, from Musical Theater & The American Songbook to Light & English Opera and Oratorio. In November 2017 Jennifer produced and performed in “Chrysalis....Emerging” a concert of Musical Theatre and Opera in Pittsburgh, PA to positive reviews.

Blessed with a lithe Lyric Soprano and a gift for moving the heart she has crafted a considerable repertoire of Musical Theater jewels like, “Dividing Day” (The Light In The Piazza); “Children Of The Wind” & “Blame It On The Summer Night” (Rags); “Never” (On The Twentieth Century); “How Could I Ever Know” (The Secret Garden); “Send In The Clowns” (A Little Night Music); “Hello Young Lovers” (King And I), “There's Music In You” (Cinderella); and more.

On the Classical side, she's captivating in Orff's Carmina Burana, and Light Opera’s “The Merry Widow” and “The Enchantress”. Her English Opera offerings include “I Want Magic” and “Sea Air” (A Streetcar Named Desire), “Embroidery Aria” (Peter Grimes), and “Ain’t It A Pretty Night” (Susannah) Oratorio Highlights include Handel’s Messiah, Beethoven Mass in C, Mozart Exultante Jubilate, Faure Requiem, Brahms Requiem, Poulenc Gloria and an April 2018 performance of Bob Chilcott’s St John Passion.

"The best compliment I can get is when I hear from a patron that my performance helped them forget their troubles and lighten their hearts. That's what it's all about”