Jennifer Zamorano began her studies in music at the age of nine, taking private voice lessons at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida. She began her singing career as a pop singer and performed throughout the Tampa and Orlando areas in her younger years.

In 2001, she was accepted into New World School of the Arts High School in Miami, Florida, where she began shifting her focus to classical and operatic styles. She continued her studies at Florida International University and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Vocal Performance in 2007. She is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Vocal Performance at the University of Miami.

In recent years, she has performed with opera for the Florida Grand Opera, Miami Music Festival, Des Moines Metro Opera, Opera New Jersey, Vero Beach Opera, Gold Coast Opera, Amici del’Arte, Pro Arte Grateli, Hispanic Lyric Theatre, and the Miami Lyric Opera.

A critic commented, “Jennifer Zamorano, is one of the most exciting up-and-coming young singers in today’s operatic realm. She involves the audience with her vocal legato and her powerful, rich, and sultry voice with sparkling top notes. Her voice possesses a commanding combination of vocal agility, color, and dimension.”

Ms. Zamorano’s most distinctive roles include: Violetta in “La Traviata,” Margarita Xirgu in “Ainadamar,” Lady Billows in “Albert Herring,” Rosina in “Il Barbiere di Siviglia,” Carmen in “Carmen,” Marcellina in “Le nozze di Figaro,” among others.

She currently resides in Miami, where she performs regularly with various opera companies and teaches voice lessons.

Voice Faculty Duo
Mira, o Norma from “Norma”
Vincenzo Bellini (1801-1835)

Student of Prof. Jennifer Zamorano
Piano Accompaniment Monica Nordelo
O Mio Babbino Caro from the opera “Gianni Schicchi” (1918)
by Giacommo Puccini (1856-1924)

Recent Reviews:


Highlight moments were Zamorano’s performance of “Think of Me” from “Phantom of the Opera”… Zamorano has a large and expansive soprano voice. It has a bell-like quality to it that makes it very suitable to operatic singing. She also has the ability to belt in the musical theater style and is quite good at it, but the classical singing is where she really shines.

– Jack Gardner, EDGE Media


Jennifer Zamorano gave a fine performance as Lady Billows. Zamorano’s dramatic soprano voice has the size and weight to it that allows it to be heard in the back corners of the hall.

– Jack Gardner, EDGE Media


Todos magníficos, pero en especial Jennifer Zamorano, que encarnó a la autoritaria y ridícula Lady Billows.

– Daniel Fernandez, El Nuevo Herald


Jennifer Zamorano was a comically imperious Lady Billows with the powerful high range and projection to match.

– Lawrence Budmen, South Florida Classical Review


Zamorano, brillante soprano más dedicada a lo operatico, posee una voz hermosa y poderosísima.

– Daniel Fernandez, El Nuevo Herald