Jacque Wilson, mezzo soprano, has been hailed in reviews as a “passionate singer with beautiful warm tones”. She was the alto soloist in Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at both Symphony Hall and Carnegie Hall, under the baton of conductor emeritus, Bernard Haitink. Additional solo performances include Bach’s Mass in B Minor with the Freisinger Chamber Orchestra, Handel’s Messiah with Masterworks Chorale and The Assabet Valley Mastersingers, Copland’s In the Beginning with the Newton Choral Society, Karl Jenkin’s An Armed Man: A Mass for Peace with the Assabet Valley Mastersingers. She has also made solo appearances with Metrowest Symphony Orchestra, Parkway Concert Orchestra, and Musica da Camera.
Opera audiences have heard her in productions with Granite State Opera, Chorus pro Musica, Worcester Opera Works, and Longwood Opera in such roles as Cherubino in Le Nozze di Figaro, Prince Orlofsky in Die Fledermaus, and Lola in Cavalleria Rusticana. Ms. Wilson holds music degrees from California State University, Northridge and The Boston Conservatory. Ms. Wilson has moved recently to Northern California where she is on the roster of the San Francisco Opera chorus.
For more information about Ms. Wilson check out her website: www.jacquewilson.com