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International Opera Artists Management

Established 1994, New York, NY

Jane Bunnell


Metropolitan Opera
Mezzo-soprano Jane Bunnell, in the brief role of old lady Marthe, is a jewel. 

Willa Conrad,
- The New Jersey Star-Ledger

Jane Bunnell made much of the raunchy duties of Dame Marthe.

- Martin Bernheimer, The Financial Times

Boston Symphony
Der Fliegender Holländer
 Mezzo Jane Bunnell contributed a bustling cameo as the busybody nurse Mary.

- The Boston Globe

Central City Opera
Les Contes D’hoffmann
 Rich-voiced Jane Bunnell was luxury casting for Antonia’s mother.  Clearly relishing playing a bad girl for once, she doubled as a feather-covered, truly corrupt Giulietta.

- David Shengold, Opera News

Metropolitan Opera
 Jane Bunnell as the tavern hostess and John Fanning as the actor John Plake, are very strong

The New York Times

Metropolitan Opera
Madama Butterfly - Jane Bunnell was a solid Suzuki

- The New York Times

The mezzo-soprano Jane Bunnell was a vocally strong and sympathetic Suzuki.

The New York Times

Kim Josephson (Sharpless) and Jane Bunnell (Suzuki) offered exemplary supporting performances.

- lgny.com

Metropolitan Opera - Otello

The mezzo-soprano Jane Bunnell was an appropriately intimidated Emilia.

- The New York Times

Berkshire Choral Festival
Verdi Requiem
Mezzo-soprano Jane Bunnell was superb, especially her Recordare duet with soprano Alexandra Deshorties, oearly on  and her performance of Lux aeterna with tenor Jonathan Welcch and bass-baritone Dean Peterson.

- The Springfield Journal

Perfectly balancing the soprano with warmth and mellow sounds, mezzo-soprano Jane Bunnell exuded dulcet lines and sweeping upsurges with ‘Liber scriptus’

- The Berkshire Eagle