"Taking on the role of the mother from hell is American mezzo-soprano Jill Grove, doing splendidly by music she actually sings rather than screams in the time-dishonored Klytemnestra tradition... Grove attacks her music and stage business with cackling gusto."
Renowned for her distinctive dramatic voice and passionate artistry, American mezzo soprano Jill Grove has won critical raves throughout America and Europe for her distinguished portrayals of the heroines of German and Italian opera. She is equally at home with the world's leading orchestras and in recital.
Baba the Turk in The Rake's Progress - Pittsburgh Opera - May 2016
Grandmother Buryjovka in Jenufa - San Francisco Opera - June 2016
Elgar's "Sea Pictures" - Bay Area Rainbow Symphony- Sept 3, 2016
Madeline in Andrea Chenier - San Francisco Opera - Sept 2016
Elgar's "Dream of Gerontius" - Jacksonville Symphony - Nov 2016
Bernstein's "Jeremiah Symphony" - The Orchestra Now - Nov 2016
Filipyevna in Eugene Onegin - Lyric Opera of Chicago - Feb 2017