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Jennifer DeDominici

Jennifer DeDominici, American Lyric Mezzo-Soprano, is gathering impressive reviews for her work on some of our region’s finest stages. For her portrayal of the title character in Bizet’s Carmen with Opera Theatre of the Rockies, the Colorado Springs Gazette stated: "DeDominici was indeed as beautiful, fiery, and sexy a Carmen as the preshow buzz promised — or at least that’s the impression I got before my opera glasses fogged up. DeDominici has a sultry lower register and a smooth, silky tone that can turn angry and shrill when the drama requires it. She’s also a convincing actress, whether seductive or raging." And, for her portrayal of Signora Fioria in the Arvada Center’s production of Do I Hear a Waltz?, in Westword: “Jennifer DeDominici delivers a gemlike performance as pensione-keeper Fioria. DeDominici’s voice is as fluid and gleaming as a deep, running stream at night; her Fioria is seductive and amoral, but so utterly content with herself and her life that you can’t help admiring her.” For the Arvada Center’s 2010 production of Nine, in Westword, "The most delightful performance is that of Jennifer DeDominici as Claudia. She’s beautiful and wistful, but there’s also a semi-submerged wicked-urchin quality that reminds me of Gilda Radner. DeDominici gives the most sincere performance of the evening, and she sings like an angel." In 2009, Jennifer was Rachel in the first staged production of the musical Warsaw at the Trenton Patriots Theater. She was also t

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