Absolutely astounding… Lady Macbeth Aida Leonora …a stirring soprano soloist…

Absolutely astounding…

“…is Jennifer Check… who sails up to a substantial, gorgeously voiced high D, then embraces her softer passages with equal artistry, Check possesses eloquence and an assurance that stand out among singers who regularly appear in major houses.” –San Francisco Classical Voice

Lady Macbeth

“Noticeably slimmed down, the Met’s long-time Clotilde, Jennifer Check, here took on Lady Macbeth. Her voice, perhaps essentially too attractive but capable of adding timbral steel, showed considerable flexibility and a wide dynamic span.” –OPERA MAGAZINE


“In the title role, Met soprano Jennifer Check…showed that her fabulous voice and acting talent have gained maturity and depth in the past couple of years. Her portrayal…was overwhelming, and in her final duet with [Noah] Stewart, her face took on an otherworldly radiance as her voice soared.” –The Reading Eagle Press


“Soprano Jennifer Check, as the stalwart noblewoman Leonora… her declaration of love for the Gypsy troubadour Manrico in the last act was a knockout.” —The Salt Lake Tribune

…a stirring soprano soloist…

“Jennifer Check was a stirring soprano soloist, bringing the work’s inherent drama to the fore.” –The New York Times

"...it is a rare talent that can send chills down a listener's spine even in familiar music."
Carnegie's Zankel Hall Recital; The New York Times