Toronto-based mezzo-soprano Jennifer Routhier is a unique voice on the Canadian stage. Jennifer is a co-founder of DUOver, a contemporary ensemble with pianist Natasha Fransblow. DUOver was created following their award-winning collaboration for the 2020 Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition, placing second overall and taking home the prize for best performance of the commissioned work. Their first album, set to release in the 2023/24 season, is generously funded through the Ballytobin Foundation and the Canada Council for the Arts. Jennifer regularly performs with contemporary and early music orchestras throughout Ontario. Selected performances include Mozart’s Requiem, Handel’s Messiah, and J.S. Bach’s cantatas. Abroad, Jennifer was the soloist in Scott Macmillan’s Celtic Mass for the Sea performed at Carnegie Hall with the Canadian Celtic Choir. Jennifer was the first Vocal Scholar at the Glenn Gould School (2019/2020) and holds a Master’s in Voice Performance from the University of Toronto.