Jamie Chamberlin Granner, Soprano – Soprano
Jamie Chamberlin Granner, Soprano – Soprano

Jamie Chamberlin Granner is a critically acclaimed soprano, producing artist  and master teacher. She holds both BA and Master of Music Degrees from The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, where she now serves as Lecturer in Vocal Technique. Recognized in the contemporary opera world for her 2015 portrayal of Marilyn Monroe in the US premiere of Gavin Bryars’ jazz-noir opera, Marilyn Forever, Jamie has specialized in new music and crossover throughout her nearly 20 year career.

A vibrant figure in the LA fine arts scene, Jamie has had the opportunity to work closely with a diverse line up of creatives, ranging from rock legend Stewart Copeland, to opera luminary Placido Domingo. No stranger to the recording studio, Jamie’s voice is featured prominently on several albums and soundtracks, including LA Opera’s Grammy winning recording of The Ghosts of Versailles, and as soloist in the epic water ballet scene in the Coen Bros. 2016 film Hail Caesar!, which was recorded at the legendary Barbra Streisand Scoring Stage at Sony Studios. Jamie has also developed, performed and taught educational arts programs in venues throughout California, including as a Teaching Artist for LA Opera, LA Phil, Orange County Opera, and The Steinway Society. 

Together with husband, renowned tenor Nathan Granner, Jamie exemplifies a modern and multi-disciplinary approach to artistic fulfillment. The couple stars in and co-produced the award winning short opera film The Telephone which was conceived and created during 2020. Self-producing art helped the couple thrive creatively during the global pandemic, when so many artists were forced to wait for venues to open up again. In addition to countless live streams and recorded concerts, Jamie and Nathan also had the opportunity to produce a 15 episode children’s web series for LA Opera (Sing Out Loud!) entirely while quarantined at home. The two are delighted to return to Verdi Chorus once again after their memorable end-of-concert engagement in November 2017.

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