Dr. Jennifer Cable
Professor of Music
Coordinator of Vocal Studies
Profile

Jennifer Cable has performed throughout the United States and Europe in solo repertoire ranging from the Renaissance to works of our time. In addition to opera and oratorio, Cable has sung with many chamber music ensembles, including Tragicomedia, Musica Nova, the Kennedy Center Chamber Players, the Richmond Chamber Players, Affetti Musicali, Voci, and the James River Singers. She has recorded for the Contemporary Record Society and Word Records.

The study of eighteenth-century English song has been the primary focus of her research work, with papers and lecture recitals presented on the cantatas of Johann Christoph Pepusch, the early eighteenth-century English cantata, and the solo vocal music of Henry Carey.  Her published essays examine Henry Carey’s treatment of political satire, mad songs of the early eighteenth-century, burlesque cantatas of the eighteenth-century, and the development of the eighteenth-century English cantata. Her current research considers the role of women amateur musicians on early twentieth-century American arts culture. She is also training as a Qigong instructor, studying ways in which this pillar of Traditional Chinese Medicine can be applied in the vocal studio and in assisting those who struggle with stage fright.

Dr. Cable is a Professor of Music at the University of Richmond, where she coordinates the Vocal Studies Program.  She is also faculty advisor for the Octaves and Sirens. In addition to her faculty appointment, Dr. Cable served as the Faculty Director of the Richmond Scholars Program, the University of Richmond’s merit scholar program, from 2007-2018.

Certifications
Performer's Certificate in Voice, Eastman School of Music
Performer's Certificate in Opera, Eastman School of Music

Education
D.M.A., Eastman School of Music
M.M., Eastman School of Music
Contact Information
(804) 289-8284
Areas of Expertise
Vocal performance
Baroque vocal music
18th century English song