Jody Sinkway


Mezzo-soprano Jody Sinkway is currently in her sixth season with The Princeton Singers. She has sung with and been featured as soloist with a variety of choral groups over the years, including Da Capo, a 16-voice auditioned a capella ensemble, the Pro Arte Chorale, the West Side Oratorio Choir and CantaLyrica, an auditioned chamber chorus she co-founded as a women’s chorus and which later explored mixed-voice repertoire. Jody has appeared on concert stages and in sacred spaces throughout the NY/NJ metropolitan area and in Europe – most notably: as mezzo soloist for the Pie Jesu movement of the Duruflé Requiem at L’église Saint-Séverin in Paris, directed by Dr. Mark Shapiro; as soloist with The New York City Chorale & Chamber Orchestra at Carnegie and Weill Recital Halls under the baton of Dr. Craig Arnold; in Chelsea Opera Group’s inaugural production of Puccini’s Suor Angelica at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Manhattan; and as Queen Jezebel in the Westside Oratorio Choir’s production of Elijah for Joanne Harris Rodland. She holds a degree in English and Human Communication from Rutgers College, studied voice privately with Margaret Leary of Glen Rock, NJ and has coached with Joshua Greene and Jane Bunnell of The Metropolitan Opera. Off-stage, Jody works as a private piano & vocal instructor and multi-denominational freelance liturgical musician.

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