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Charmed - Alumni Profiles
March 2010 Issue
Jennifer Holloway Photo by David Cross When mezzo-soprano Jennifer Holloway first shared the stage with Placido Domingo at the Teatro Real Madrid in April 2008, performing as Irene in Handel’s “Tamerlano,” she was almost too exhausted to even notice. Her first child was just weeks old, and Holloway was on a whirlwind tour of performing in Europe’s top opera houses. “I was so nonplussed with everything because in my mind I was just kind of a mom,” says Holloway (BMus ’00). These days, Holloway fully appreciates her rapid rise to fame in the opera world, speaking about it as if she can’t quite believe it’s her own life. “The houses I’ve sung at—I sang a title role at Glyndebourne!” she says, referring to the famous Glyndebourne Festival Opera that has been held in East Sussex, England, since 1934. “That doesn’t happen! To have Placido recognize me in the street and say, ‘Hi, Jen, how are you doing?’—what is that all …
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