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Jennifer Ellis Kampani

GRAMMY nominated soprano Jennifer Ellis Kampani is one of the leading interpreters of the Baroque repertoire. Her international career has included appearances with the period instrument groups American Bach Soloists, Washington Bach Consort, New York Collegium, Baroque Band, Portland Baroque Orchestra, Opera Lafayette, Apollo's Fire, and Boston Camerata.  She has also been heard with the Mark Morris Dance Group, Richmond and Charlotte Symphonies and the Washington Cathedral Choral Society. Jennifer has been featured in many concert series and festivals including Les Flaneries Musicales de Reims in France, Aston Magna, Da Camera Society, Houston Early Music, Music Before 1800, Carmel Bach, and the Berkeley and Boston Early Music Festivals. Ms Kampani has recorded Archivo de Guatemala (with El Mundo) for Naxos, Kingdoms of Castille , Salir el Amor del Mundo, the Art of Vivaldi’s Lute (with Ron MacFarlane),  and Passion and Lament for Dorian, Villancicos y Cantatas and The Essential Giuliani (with Richard Savino) for Koch, Le Tournoi de Chauvency for K617 (France), and the complete works of Cozzolani (Gramophone editors pick, August 2002) for Musica Omnia. She currently lives in Los Angeles and is on faculty at USC.  https://jenniferelliskampani.com/home

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Celebrating The Baroque In Coloradoā€¯ by Kyle MacMillan, EARLY MUSIC AMERICA Magazine