“Some of the standout singers included soprano Jennifer Lindsay embodying Mary Warren, a central figure of betrayal” – VOICE Magazine (2019)

“Ms Lindsay…delivered a performance that wowed audience members and colleagues” – New York Times (2017)

“Jennifer Lindsay sang the doomed heroine with a plummy voice…larger than the average Mimi, and one that opened up in full bloom as it climbed above the staff. Her Act 3 ‘Addio senza rancor’ with her (deliberately) long-held Caballe-like pianissimo at the climax was the hit of the evening.” – Connecticut Town Times (2018)

“Jennifer Lindsay, the soprano, is clearly headed for bigger things. She displays a clever comic ability to mug at her compatriots one minute and float through a four-note vocalise the next. Her vocal athleticism is impressive; the woman can literally swing volume like a lariat.” – Naples Daily News (2016)



OSB_LogoJennifer joins the Chrisman Studio Artist Program at Opera Santa Barbara this fall, where she will make her mainstage debut as Mary Warren in The Crucible and cover the roles of Mimi (La Boheme), Tatyana (Eugene Onegin) and Abigail Williams (The Crucible).



operasouthwest-williamtell-2017Last fall, Jennifer was an Apprentice Artist with Opera Southwest, covering the role of Mathilde in Rossini’s Guillaume Tell and performing in the Apprentice Recital.





On August 18th, Jennifer was mentioned in the New York Times as part of their weekly classical music roundup for her amazing last-minute jump-in at an open Aida dress rehearsal. Although she was playing in the 2nd violin section, she immediately rose to the occasion when the lead soprano was missing and sang the entirety of O Patria Mia! More here (scroll down to “A Surprise Aida”).