“SF Conservatory of Music” Faculty Artist Series: Rhoslyn Jones, Voice
Described as a “superb singer and artistic presence,” soprano Rhoslyn Jones has established herself as an important presence on the operatic and concert stages of the world. Hailed as “The delicious diva,” Ms. Jones captivated the audience with her “unforgettably powerful voice” in her role debut in Vancouver Opera’s production of Le Nozze di Figaro. As the Countess, Ms. Jones imparted “a grace and dignity that prevent[ed] her from descending into the mould of the stereotypical wronged woman, and [allowed] her to become a relatable individual for a modern audience. Ms. Jones is a joy to watch and reason alone to see the show.” Equally passionate about her own singing and the future of singing, Jones is a champion of arts education and works to promote young singers and their training through her work on Voice Faculty at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and as the co-founder of the Bay Area Vocal Academy.
For her first recital on the voice faculty at SFCM, Ms. Jones will be focusing on music and poetry written by women. On the program tonight are works by Valerie Capers, David Conte, Jodi Goble, and Rachmaninoff.
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Sunday, January 10, 2021
|2:00 pm||“SF Conservatory of Music” Faculty Artist Series: Rhoslyn Jones, Voice||FREE|