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Durch Zärtlichkeit

Qui la voce

Poor Wandering One

O Quante volte


CLASSICAL - from "Voices of Spring"

Spiel ich die Unschuld vom Lande

Ich bin die Christel von der Post


You Make Me Feel So Young

Moon River

Somewhere Over the Rainbow

I'll Be Home for Christmas


Check out Jennifer's YouTube channel for many more videos!

"Sorry Her Lot Who Loves Too Well"
from Bucks County Gilbert and Sullivan Society's
concert performance of HMS Pinafore, recorded May 22, 2011

"Mein Herr Marquis"
from Die Fledermaus
"Voices of Spring" concert, May 2011

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WFMZ-Channel 69 News – Interview
"Music Monday" feature, April 2011

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WFMZ-Channel 69 News – Performance
"If I Loved You" and "The Sunny Side of the Street"
with accompanist Terry Musselman
"Music Monday" feature, April 2011

"My Hero"
from The Chocolate Soldier by Oscar Straus,
performed by Concert Operetta on November 21, 2004

Voices of Spring

Jennifer Graf,

David Lutz,

Viennese and American operetta arias

Voices of Spring

Echoes of Christmas Past

Jennifer Graf,

Early Christmas music
from the medieval to
the Baroque periods

See the review!

Echoes of Christmas Past

featuring the musical talents of:
Terry Musselman, Kerry Ziegler, Karen El-Chaar,
Dan McKinney, Amy Graf Kozel, Ryan Goulden,
Elizabeth Francisco, Matthew Knecht, Matt Francisco, Kristen Conrad, Darlene Kelsey, Meghan Williams, Matthew Valent, Jeffrey Carr

Tidings of Christmas

Tidings of Christmas

Jennifer Graf,

Terry Musselman, piano
Guest artists:
Amy Graf Kozel
Carrie Weston-Landon

Jennifer Graf's Tidings of Christmas showcases her classically-trained soprano on 16 traditional carols. A professional vocalist who favors both opera and holiday caroling, Graf is a woman after my own heart. She possesses a soprano with fragile clarity, but enough muscle to convey confidence and emotional commitment throughout. Her light, well-controlled vibrato adds depth, and the minimalist piano accompaniment provides a classy focus on her vocals.
  The album opens well with an a cappella bar of In the Bleak Midwinter, one of my favorites; as the piece continues, Graf's vocal and Terry Musselman's piano nicely build both in volume and intensity. Graf's voice is especially lovely on the melancholy Coventry Carol and the nicely-phrased What Child Is This?, but the best track is the all-too-brief Es ist ein Ros' entsprungen, which presents a cappella harmonies (with Graf apparently on both parts). In the middle, the album mixes the mood with jazzy interpretations of Christmas Time Is Here and God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen.
   Tidings of Christmas is a solid holiday offering, especially for those who want to share their living rooms with a talented soprano this Christmas. Invite Jennifer Graf in for a hot cocoa, and she may reward you with sweet seasonal renditions.”
– Carol Swanson,

Purcell's Dido and Aeneas


Dido and Aeneas

Ama Deus Ensemble

Valentin Radu (Conductor), Julianne Baird (Dido), Timothy Bentch (Aeneas), Andrea Lauren Brown (Belinda), Tatyana Rash-kovsky (The Sorceress), Patricia Conrad (Second Woman), Jennifer Graf (First Witch), Kemper Lecroy Florin (Second Witch), Fran Bjorneby Kraemer (Spirit of the Sorceress), Dennis Kalup (First Sailor)

Jennifer also appears on the following CDs in the Ensemble:

Ama Deus Beethoven  

Beethoven: Missa Solemnis
Ama Deus Ensemble – 2008
Label: Lyrichord

Ama Deus Verdi  

Verdi: Requiem
Ama Deus Ensemble – 2007
Label: Lyrichordd

Ama Deus Mozart  

Mozart: Requiem
Ama Deus Ensemble – 2006
Label: Lyrichord