Jenni Lättilä is a young dramatic soprano who has a voluminous and rare sounding voice. She performs regularly as a recitalist, soloist and an opera singer, and has received high acclaim from the press as well as receiving enthusiastic critique from both musical professionals and audiences alike.
Jenni Lättilä enrolled to the opera class of Sibelius Academy, there she received instruction in opera with the highly renowned Ms Outi Kähkönen. She went on to rapidly complete her second master’s degree and continued to the doctoral programme at the Sibelius-Academy with Professor Dorothy Irving and Professor Susanna Eken who continue to be Jenni Lättilä’s singing teachers today.
Jenni Lättilä has performed a diverse range of works so far in her career including Verdi, Puccini and even Mozart. In spring 2013 she appeared as Amelia in Un ballo in maschera at Jyväskylä Opera, Finland. Her voice shines when she performs her Wagnerian repertoire. She recently performed the roles of Gutrune, 3rd Norn and Gerhilde in the Finnish National Opera’s production of The Ring.
For her strong performances she has been awarded many prizes, one of which was the Lauritz Melchior International Singing Competition for Wagnerian voices – she was the youngest ever prizewinner. An accolade, which can only go to show what a talent, this young soprano is.
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