Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek


When Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek is not performing with A4 and spearheading the group's new music projects Jacqueline is a mezzo-soprano soloist. Her work has included Bach cantatas with the Washington Bach Consort, appearances at Washington Early Music Festival with the Baltimore Consort and Armonia Nova, performances of her recital program "Leading Ladies" at Duke and Georgetown, and regular appearances with the viol consort Parthenia. She has also been a soloist in several world premieres including Richard Einhorn's oratorio about Charles Darwin, The Origin; The Loathly Lady, a comic opera by Paul Richards; and Requiem for the Titanic at St Anne's Cathedral Belfast, a performance that was broadcast live throughout Ireland. Jacqueline is also a voice teacher with a thriving studio in New York City. She is a member of the faculty at the annual choral workshop Musica Deo Sacra at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. She gives masterclasses and ensemble technique workshops in NYC, DC and throughout the US. Her website is www.JacquelineHorner.com