The English soprano, Jennifer Driscoll-Holmes, now resides in British Columbia, where she is an active soloist and teacher. A graduate of the University of British Columbia, she is a student of renowned teacher William Eddy.
Jennifer Driscoll-Holmes is heard frequently in B.C. and in Washington State, receiving particular acclaim for her performances of major oratorios and orchestral repertoire. She has appeared as featured soloist with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestra Seattle and the Seattle Chamber Singers, the Vancouver Bach Choir, the Seattle Choral Company and many others, and has been heard nationally in Canada on CBC radio. In January 2003, on the invitation of Ionian University, she traveled to Greece to perform two solo recitals, for which she received glowing reviews, and to conduct a series of master-classes. With mezzo-soprano Carolyn Maia, she has made a critically acclaimed CD of Giovanni Battista Pergolesi's Stabat Mater and Baroque vocal duets with Orchestra Seattle under the direction of George Shangrow. This led to the formation of the Sutton Duo and many performances on both sides of the border and in England. This December, she will appear as featured soloist in a series of concerts with the Vancouver Welsh Men's Choir.