Insights

An incredibly sensitive and compelling performer, Jenny Schuler has been gaining regional acclaim for her unique, rich, full soprano voice and her captivating presence on stage. Recently she was the recipient of 1st prize in the Heafner Williams Vocal Competition. This season she performs the title roles of Florencia en el Amazonas, Ariadne auf Naxos, and Fidelio. Some of her recent roles include: Micaëla in La Tragédie de Carmen, Anaide in Il cappello di paglia di firenze, Second Lady in The Magic Flute, Female Chorus in The Rape of Lucretia, and Alice Ford in Falstaff.

Critical Acclaim

Florencia / Florencia en el Amazonas / A.J. Fletcher Opera
"Schuler was magnificent in the title role, her warm rich voice full of the solitude and longing of the diva."
Florencia / Florencia en el Amazonas / A.J. Fletcher Opera
"Schuler is a vivid presence on the stage, conveying powerful passions with her rich, shimmering voice and beautiful, mobile face."
Winston Salem Journal / Read the Review
Female Chorus / The Rape of Lucretia / Chicago Fringe Opera
"Soprano Jenny Schuler deserves praise for her handling of (this) role.. Schuler metes out her sparkling instrument with great intelligence."
New City Stage / Read the Review
Anaide / Il cappello di paglia di firenze / A.J. Fletcher Opera
"Anaide, sung by soprano Jenny Schuler, was the perfect combination of the giggling effusive lover and bossy strict wife."
Classical Voice of North Carolina / Read the Review