Jennifer Paulino
Soprano
Jennifer Paulino, soprano, is celebrated for her “graceful yet powerful” and “sensitive and clear” voice (San Francisco Classical Voice). Specializing in baroque, chamber, and new music, Ms. Paulino is in demand as an oratorio and concert soloist across the U.S. She has appeared with Magnificat Baroque Ensemble, Bach Collegium San Diego, San Francisco Choral Society, Festival Mozaic Orchestra, Seraphic Fire, and the Southwest Florida Symphony. Her international appearances include a recital at the Organs of Ballarat Festival, Australia with concert organist Pavel Kohout, performances of David Lang’s Little Match Girl Passion with San Francisco Lyric Opera in Denmark, and solo appearances with Leiden Baroque Orchestra (The Netherlands) and Nova Silesia (Poland).

Her awards include national finalist in the NATS Artist Award Competition and second prize in the Gerhard Herz Bach Competition. Ms. Paulino studied baroque styles with Jill Feldman and Michael Chance at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, Netherlands, and completed her undergraduate studies at Westminster Choir College of Rider University.