Assistant Professor of Music in Voice
B.M.,Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory of Music; M.M., University of Tennessee-Knoxville; D.M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Jennifer D’Agostino received her DMA at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Voice Performance with a minor in Opera Production. She completed her Master’s Degree as a member of the Knoxville Opera Studio with the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, and her Bachelor’s Degree from Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music.
Jennifer has performed major roles in The Magic Flute, Susannah, A Hand of Bridge, Sweeney Todd, Roman Fever, The Mikado, Little Women, The Most Happy Fella’, Maria Stuarda, and The Consul. She directed and premiered the role of ‘Ethyl Wormvarnish’ in Jerry Hui’s opera Wired for Love.
Internationally, Jennifer has performed a a soloist in Rossini’s Messa di Gloria in Pesaro, Italy with Benton Hess and under the baton of Eduoardo Mueller at AIMS in Graz, Austria.
She studied baroque gesture and performance as a participant in Early Music Vancouver’s ‘Compleat Singer’ Baroque Vocal Programme. She has been a participant, soloist and teacher with the Madison Early Music Festival. Jennifer was chosen as a NATS Intern, summer 2013. In 2012, she collaborated with pianist Kirstin Ihde at the Baldwin-Wallace Art Song Festival.
In concert, Jennifer has performed as the soloist in Faure’s Requiem, Saint-Saens’ Requiem, Handel’s Israel in Egypt, Handel’s Messiah, Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis and Mass in C Major, Bach’s Christ lag in Todesbanden, Vivaldi’s Magnificat, and Mozart’s Mass in C minor. She has performed as a soloist with area choirs and in song recital nationally.