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With her colorful voice and heartful musical ability, the Swedish soprano Jennie Eriksson is a singer in high demand in concert halls and in sacred settings.

Jennie studied vocal performance at the University College of Opera in Stockholm and at the College of Music in Piteå. Her broad repertoire extends from opera ́s belcanto to the great sacred works, as well as contemporary and commissioned music.

In 2003 she made her début at the world premiere of Carl-Unander Scharins Opera Byrgitta in Vadstena. Jennie has sung the part of Aricia in Rameau ́s Fedra in a production for children at Folkoperan in Stockholm; Cilia in Martin í Solér ́s La Capricciosa Coretta at Drottningholms Slottsteater; Rosalinda in Strauss Der Fledermaus with The Stockholm Operettensemble. Jennie has performed in concert as soloist at The North Cyprus International Bellapais Music Festival and in Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival in Finland.

Recent engagements include as soloist with The Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra in Berwaldhallen ́s Christmas concerts; Bach ́s St. John Passion with ReBaroque in Stockholm Bach ́s Christmas Oratorio in Stockholm with The Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble; Haydn ́s Nelson Mass with The Västerås Sinfonietta; solo parts in Schumann ́s Goethe ́s Faust in Berwaldhallen with The Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra;

Bach ́s Mass i B minor in Stockholm with The Stockholm Sinfonietta.

Jennie has worked with conductors such as Daniel Harding, Alan Gilbert, Marit Strindlund, Peter Dijkstra, Gary Graden, Mark Tatlow, Fredrik Malmberg and Thomas Dausgaard.

Since 2013 Jennie has been, a member of the Swedish Radio Choir and can often be heard as a solist in The Swedish Radio channel P2.

The 2022 season includes the soprano parts in Bach ́s St. Matthew Passion in Stockholm Cathedral; Handel Dixit Dominus in Stockholm; and Bach ́s St. John Passion in Sigtuna.



Place: Katarina Church 

Time: 18.00 am
Place: Söderbykarls Church
Time: 15.00 am





PHONE. +46 70 2365693

Jennie Eriksson Soprano
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