College of Music Program Book 2011-2012: Ensemble & Other Performances, Volume 1 Page: 50
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Mezzo-soprano Jennifer Lane, well-known to BEMF audiences for her "opulently
passionate" and "sumptuous-voiced" portrayal of Aristeo in Rossi's Orfeo, recently toured
throughout Spain with Capella Ministrers in celebration of the 400th anniversary of
Monteverdi's Orfeo, singing the dual roles of Messaggiera/ Speranza. She also premiered the role
of Charmian London, in Libby Larsen's new opera Everyman Jack, about the life of author Jack
London. Ms. Lane's opera credits include l'Opdra de Monte Carlo, Aix-en-Provence, Opera du
Caen, New York City Opera, Palm Beach Opera, San Francisco Opera, and the Metropolitan
Opera. Ms. Lane has performed and recorded with Nicholas McGegan, Richard Egarr, William
Christie, Andrew Parrott, Marc Minkowski, Martin Gester, Jeffrey Thomas, Skip Semp6, Christopher
Hogwood, Robert Craft, and John Nelson, in the United States and abroad. Jennifer Lane has made
over forty commercial CD recordings, among them winners of Gramophone and other awards. Her
solo disc, The Pleasures & Follies of Love, was named recording of the month in Germany. In 2010,
she released on magnatune.com, Own the Pow'r of Harmony! in commemoration of the 250th
anniversary of Handel's death. Her films include Dido & Aneas, with the Mark Morris Dance
Group and Tafelmusik, and The Opera Lover, a romantic comedy. Before joining the faculty at the
University of North Texas in 2007, Ms. Lane held positions at the University of Kentucky and at
Stanford University, where she created an early music collegium and produced several fully-staged
Lee Lattimore performs frequently on historical flutes with Texas Camerata,
Orchestra of New Spain, Texas Bach Choir and Wireless Consort and on modem flute with St.
Andrew's Trio and Musica Dominica. He has taught baroque flute at the University of North Texas
for the past fifteen years as well as maintaining an active Suzuki flute studio through DALLAS/
MUSIC along with extensive private teaching through the Plano Independent School District. His
teachers have included Mary Karen Clardy, Deborah Baron, Gretel Shanley, Frances Shelly, David
Hart, Sandra Miller and Thomas Nyfenger.
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