Jenni Lättilä, Soprano

As Lady Macbeth, 2011 © Jyväskylä Opera/Matti Salmi 2010, all rights reserved Jenni Lättilä is a finnish, young dramatic soprano. Twice a graduate from the Sibelius Academy, where Outi Kähkönen was her voice teacher, she now continues as a post-grad at the DocMus department of her alma mater with Susanna Eken and prof. Dorothy Irving as her artistic and technique teachers, and prof., Ph.D. Anne Sivuoja as her dissertation supervisor on scholarly subjects.

She is a prizewinner of 2013 Gerda Lissner International Vocal Competition (Wagnerian Division), 2010 Lauritz Melchior International Singing Competition for Wagnerian voices and of 2008 Wilhelm Stenhammar International Music Competition where she received the prize for best performance of contemporary music. She is also a finalist and prize-winner of several national-level competitions.

A confessed wagnerian, Jenni Lättilä is not only a wagnerian voice recognized both nationally and internationally: she is also a renowned interpreter of different vocal music styles, from Verdi to contemporary

Please visit her biography for more details.

Recent & Upcoming

11th Feb. 2014: Jenni Lättilä and Kiril Kozlovsky will give a series of lied recitals between 18.3.-23.3.2014 in Levi, Ylläs, Särestöniemi, Saariselkä and Rovaniemi.

12th Sep. 2013: A short video teaser from the William Walton's opera the Bear has been published in Youtube by the Finnish National Opera. Link to the video is on the voice samples page.

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