LAUREN JELENCOVICH has garnered great acclaim for her affecting and sparkling portrayals of opera and musical theater roles throughout the United States and abroad. She is currently on tour with Yanni as his featured vocalist and can be seen and heard on his DVDs, CDs, and PBS Specials including “Live at El Morro”, “World Without Borders” and “The Dream Concert” which was filmed and performed in front of the Giza Pyramids in Egypt. Lauren is featured on his album, Inspirato, singing Usignolo (Nightingale) alongside artists Plácido Domingo and Renèe Fleming.
She made her Off-Broadway debut in The Music Teacher, by Wallace Shawn, and appeared at Opera Theatre of St. Louis in A Little Night Music, directed by Isaac Mizrahi.
She has performed at venues including Radio City Music Hall, Carnegie Hall, Red Rocks Amphitheatre and the Santa Barbara Bowl.
Lauren was the winner of Ed McMahon’s Star Search and Andrea Bocelli’s World Scholarship. She was featured in People Magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People and Teen Magazine. The Yanni tour was brought to Saudi Arabia, where Lauren was the first woman in recent history to sing on stage for a mixed audience. It was the first time that families could come together to see a concert. She says it was one of the most moving moments she has ever experienced on stage.
Lauren is currently writing and working on a new album. She is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music and her debut album, Wildest Dreams, can be bought on iTunes or through her website, www.laurenjelencovich.com! Connect with her @LaurenDariana