Jolle Greenleaf

Jolle Greenleaf

Real Name:
Jolle Greenleaf
New York Soprano who has established herself as a leading specialist in repertoire from the 17th and 18th centuries. She completed her Master’s degree at the Mannes College of Music, and soon after received the coveted Beebe Fellowship to study at The Royal Conservatory in The Hague, Netherlands. Upon returning to New York, she has built a career performing with period instrument conductors such as Martin Gester, Bernard Labadie, Ton Koopman, Andrew Parrott and John Scott. Jolle also performs regularly as soloist in baroque masterworks including J.S. Bach's B Minor Mass, Christmas Oratorio, Easter Oratorio, Magnificat and St. John Passion, Handel's Jephtha and Messiah, Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610, Purcell's King Arthur and Fairy Queen and numerous cantatas. In 2005 she made her debut in Carnegie’s Zankel Hall singing Bach’s Trauer Ode under Ton Koopman. Additionally, Ms. Greenleaf has performed with many ensembles including Apollo’s Fire, Bach Vespers, BachWorks, Bimbetta, Ex Umbris, Ensemble for Early Music, Folger Consort, Gotham City Orchestra, New York Collegium, NYS Baroque, Parthenia, Spiritus Collective, Trinity Consort, and Vox Vocal Ensemble and is the voice teacher to the boys of St. Thomas Choir in New York City.


Jolle Greenleaf Discography


Robert Shaw Chamber Singers, Robert Shaw Robert Shaw Chamber Singers, Robert Shaw - Songs Of Angels (Christmas Hymns & Carols) Telarc US 1994 Sell This Version
0946 3 47132 2 1 Ryland Angel Jesu Redemptor (as Jollie Greenleaf) Ryland Angel - Ryland Angel(CD, Album) Manhattan Records 0946 3 47132 2 1 US 2007 Sell This Version
10044 Samuel Capricornus - Long & Away, Sarah Mead Samuel Capricornus - Long & Away, Sarah Mead - Geistliche Konzerte Für Sänger Und Violen Da Gamba(CD, Album) Cornetto 10044 Germany 2015 Sell This Version