Jana McIntyre


California native, Jana McIntyre, has been praised for her “dancer’s grace, mercurial wit, and vibrant soprano tone” (Opera News). Along with debuts as Queen of the Night (Toledo Opera and Opera Grand Rapids), the 2018-2019 season saw company debuts with Tulsa Opera (The Little PrinceDon Giovanni), Arizona Opera (Le Nozze di Figaro), Lyric Opera of Chicago (covering La Fée in Cendrillon), and Santa Fe Opera (Jano, Jenůfa). Recent highlights include performances with the San Francisco Symphony in Die Zauberflöte both as Pamina and Königin der Nacht, Albany Record’s release of David Briggs’ organ transcription of Mahler 8 (Mater Gloriosa), Wolf Italienisches Liederbuch in San Francisco Opera’s Schwabacher Recital Series. Miss McIntyre’s portrayal of Andromède in the American debut of Persée et Andromède and last minute step-in as “Amore” Orfeo ed Euridice (National Sawdust) both which received critical acclaim.


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