Jennifer Kosharsky
Mezzo-Soprano
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Concert work

"At first, the dark, polished tone of mezzo-soprano Jennifer Kosharsky reminds you of exquisite contralto voices from another continent and century, but her strength and control in the upper register of Verdi's "Oh dischiuso è il firmamento" proves she can cover either part with her impressive tessitura.”

Mark Averill, The Elgin Review, Elgin, IL (2017) 

Eboli - Verdi's "Don Carlo"

“Eboli is velvet-voiced Jennifer Kosharsky, whose immense yet supple mezzo raised the roof.”

D.L. Grover, Houston Press, Houston., TX 

“Powerhouse mezzo Jennifer Kosharsky as Princess Eboli gives a tour de force performance with her powerful and always perfectly placed vocals.”

Buzz Bellmont , Houston Chronicle, Houston, TX 

“Mezzo soprano Jennifer Kosharsky is flawless as the jealous princes Eboli ... she sings really well”

John DeMers Houston Arts Week, Houston, TX

“Jennifer Kosharsky’s strong mezzo with touches of contralto, acted and sang with steely prowess the role of Princess Eboli. Her O don fatale, was greeted with applause.”

Art and Hockey Blog, Houston, TX  

Suzuki - Madama Butterfly

“Jennifer Kosharsky, the Suzuki, is an excellent actress, with a dark-timbred, attractive, mezzo-soprano voice. She showed a natural way with Puccini’s music, and gave strong declamatory emphasis to many of her lines.”

Michael Zweibach, San Francisco Classical Voice, San Francisco, CA (2008)

“Madame Butterfly's caring and protective maid, sung by mezzo-soprano Jennifer Kosharsky, showed outstanding vocal range.”

Cari Lynn Pace, Marinscope Newspapers, San Francisco, CA (2010)