Portrait of a Lady
- Featured: Jennifer Reff
- Release Date: 5/27/2008
"Jennifer Reff is passionate about her work. Her intelligence and self-awareness is helping her to define a vocal style that will be unique to her." -BLFAC Upbeat Newsletter, Winter 2008 Take an evocative musical journey into the romantic world of Victorian melodrama on classical-crossover newcomer Jennifer Reff's debut album, Portrait Of A Lady. With the otherworldly quality of Enya, the passion of Kate Bush, and the sophisticated repertoire of Sarah Brightman; Jennifer a predominately classical artist effortlessly combines elements of opera, pop, and electronic sound design for a sensuous, elegant, and haunting sound. Never a fan of the traditional "operatic" sound, Jennifer takes a fresh approach on Portrait Of A Lady that is characterized by delicate vocals and rich layers of ambient sound. Inspired by classic literature, Portrait Of A Lady is a soundtrack to an unwritten Victorian novel. Jennifer Reff is a Las Vegas based classical-crossover recording artist. As a classically trained vocalist, Jennifer has toured Europe with the BLFAC International Choir and portrayed the role of Christine from Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera in Meet Tony: Scenes from Tony Award Winning Musicals. In 2004, Jennifer starred in the independent film 'Christmas Rolls' as the insecure Melody who overcomes a disability and finds the courage to sing. 'Christmas Rolls' premiered December 2004 in Las Vegas. Most recently, Jennifer was a member of the Artiste dell'Arte; strolling performers and opera singers that perform at The Venetian Resort Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Previously, Jennifer recorded two self-titled demos in 2004 and 2006.
|Title:||Portrait of a Lady|
|Composers:||Billy Currie, Christopher Payne, Giacomo Puccini, James Agee, Kate Bush, Luc Plamondon, Michael William Balfe, Midge Ure, Richard Cocciante, Samuel Barber, Sarah Class, Tori Amos, Traditional|