Jennifer Seiger, mezzo soprano, is a graduate of East Carolina
University with a BM degree in Voice Performance and Pedagogy and The Hartt School where she received her MM in Opera. She has performed with Connecticut Opera, Opera Company of North Carolina, Long Leaf Opera and Capital Opera in addition to apprenticeships with Sarasota Opera and Des Moines Metro Opera. She has toured extensively with Connecticut Opera Express and FBN Opera for Kids in school and community performances—including the premieres of two contemporary operas for children. She has been featured as a soloist with the NC Symphony, Carolina Ballet, North Carolina Master Chorale
and the Tar River Symphony and Chorus. Operatic roles include
Marcellina in The Marriage of Figaro, Dinah in Trouble in Tahiti, Hansel
in Hänsel and Gretel Flora in La Traviata. A member of the North
Carolina Master Chorale Chamber Choir since 2000—Mrs. Seiger has been most recently heard as soloist in performances of Stravinsky's Les Noces, James MacMillan's Seven Last Words from the Cross and local composer J. Mark Scearce's Anima Mundi. Mrs. Seiger is an adjunct member of the music faculty at NCSU teaching voice, she maintains an active private studio at home and serves as coordinator for and performer with the education/outreach ensemble of Capital Opera.