Jennifer Hosmer is a soprano with a large voice of rare warmth and ease throughout her entire range up to the highest notes. She is able to create many colors from a full throated pulsing dramatic sound to a clear round bell like tone. She is able to start a note on the small silver thread of her vocal chords and expand it into a huge round sound and bring it back to a silver thread. She is instinctively highly musical in her phrasing and is able to learn a role very quickly. Her operatic acting ability is equally impressive. She is able to make one laugh at the silliest character as well as move her audience by the sufferings and conflicts of dramatic roles such as Elisabetta in Don Carlos. These qualities make her ideal for the lyric and dramatic roles in the operas of Verdi and Puccini as well as the comic role of Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus. She has performed such roles as Donna Anna, the Countess, Tatiana and Elisabetta. She has performed with Repertory Opera Theater of Washington, Opera Bel Canto, Eldebrooke Opera, Bel Cantanti, Cantanti singers,the Aria Club of Washington,Marginal Notes Ensemble, Opera International, and Riverbend Opera Company. Jennifer is a frequent recitalist and sings in concert regularly in Virginia, Washington DC and Maryland. She is currently also the Director of "The Arlington Opera Ensemble”, an opera company dedicated in bringing the joy of opera to the community.