“What too many of today’s singers seemingly fail to grasp is that, in service to the Art of Song, neither a beautiful voice nor an inquisitive spirit on its own can sustain a recital. The voice and the curiosity must work in tandem to discover new ways of guiding audiences along the scenic highways of musical adventure. This was evident in every moment of the expertly-accompanied, faultlessly-sung, and inventively-interpreted performances in this recital. How, then, might one define an important artist? Simply cite Jill Gardner as a model.” —Joseph Newsome, Voix des Arts Read the full review here. Highlights from Jill’s Performance Photography by Jacqui van Lier of JVL Studios. Many thanks Jacqui!
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Host Frank Stasio talks to Jill Gardner about her music and career, and she’ll perform live accompanied by Christy Wisuthseriwong on keyboard. (WUNC 91.5 North Carolina Public Radio). Hear the full interview at WUNC.org
Jill Gardner, live in concert! March 20th, 2015 as part of the Music Academy of North Carolina’s 6th Annual Vocal Festival. Ms. Gardner will present a concert for the entire community. Don’t miss this evening of great music performed by critically-acclaimed singer, Jill Gardner!
Join us for the lively Showstoppers Pops Series’ Home for the Holidays, December 13th, 2014 at 7:30pm. Featuring Jose-Luis Novo–conductor, Jill Gardner–soprano, Jake Gardner–baritone, with the Binghamton Downtown Singers at the Raphael Grigorian Ballet Theatre. For tickets, visit the Binghamton Philharmonic website at http://binghamtonphilharmonic.org/pops-series/ Enjoy the sounds of the season with traditional favorites and new classics as we welcome the community to join the Binghamton Philharmonic in this holiday celebration.
November 16 & 18, 2014—the Winston-Salem Symphony, conducted by Maestro Robert Moody, presents Poulenc’s “riveting tale of faith and loyalty during the French Revolution featuring the Symphony Chorale and a renowned cast including Jill Gardner, Sarah Jane McMahon, Kathryn Mueller, Troy Cook, and Daniel Stein.”
The Winston-Salem Journal’s Relish article preview to Jill’s performance in Piedmont Opera’s Madame Butterfly. Jill shares her thoughts concerning the role, her career, and family life. Read the complete interview here.
Jill Gardner, star of the Toledo Opera’s upcoming “Tosca” production, sang the aria from Act II at the guild luncheon Wednesday at Inverness Club, with Kevin Bylsma accompanying on piano. Visit the Toledo Opera Guild’s Facebook page to view a video. Click here to read the full article on the guild’s blog, Cast of Characters.
September 12 & 14, 2014—Opera Coeur d’Alene’s performance of “La Fanciulla del West” (The Girl of the Golden West) will feature Jill Gardner as Minnie. This show promises to be great fun for all ages. Details and tickets here.