IMG Artists is delighted to announce the signing of Jacquelyn Stucker to its vocal roster for General Management. The American soprano will be managed out of the company’s London office by Senior Vice President of Artist Management, Stefania Almansi.

Jacquelyn Stucker says, “I am beyond thrilled to be an IMG Artist, and I am overjoyed to be working with Stefania Almansi. The artists on IMG’s roster are, in my mind, the vanguard of musicians galvanizing modern classical music with creativity and individuality, and it is truly wonderful to join this agency of forward-thinking individuals.”

Stefania Almansi adds, “I am thrilled and proud to be working with Jacquelyn. She is a most exciting Jette Parker Young Artist with a beautiful voice and strong stage presence and I look forward to be forging what promises to be a very successful career.”

Hailed by The Boston Globe as “glowing,” “incandescent,” and “a singing actress to be reckoned with,” American soprano Jacquelyn Stucker is being recognized internationally as a versatile singer of new and interesting repertoire ranging from concert works to opera to contemporary music. Praised for her “dark-tinged soprano with a dusky lower register,” Jacquelyn will begin a two-year engagement this autumn with the Royal Opera House at Covent Garden as a Jette Parker Young Artist. She will make both her Covent Garden Debut and her Bayerische Staatsoper debut as Azema in David Alden’s new production of Semiramide and will also perform as Frasquita in Barrie Kosky’s production of Carmen and the production will be broadcast worldwide in March 2018 as part of the Royal Opera House’s Live Cinema Season. Jacquelyn will also be featured in recital through the Royal Opera House: a solo recital of European premieres of music by John Harbison and Mark Kilstofte, and a staged recital with baritone Dominic Sedgwick and pianist David Gowland of Wolf’s Italienisches Liederbuch.