Vocalist - Soprano

American soprano Jamilyn Manning-White, praised for her delightful and winning stage personality as well as her superb singing, is becoming recognized as a definitive young soprano of her generation. Allan Kozinn, in the New York Times, observed “Jamilyn Manning-White gave a strong, shapely performance. … Lovely.” And the Berkshire Review of the Arts singled her out as typifying “what is required of the current and future generations of opera singers: attractive both in voice and appearance, [with] an instinctive grasp of their material, and an unaffected stage presence.” In 2014-15 she is engaged to sing “Incidental Music from A Midsummer Night’s Dream” with the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra, also Gilda in Rigoletto with MidAtlantic Opera.

Posted: Sep-2-2014
Latest Acclaim
“Soprano Jamilyn Manning-White, a stunning-looking Euridice, was especially adept at using French vowel sounds to color the musical line.”
— Opera News
Posted: Mar-1-2014