Jennifer Bynum has performed professionally with orchestras and in recitals throughout the world. This is a brief listing which shall be updated and information filled in as information becomes available:
Ninith Annual Charleston Symphony Orchestra Gospel Christmas, 12/6/08, 8pm Saillard Audtiorium
(Featured guest soloist)
12/1/07 Charleston Symphony, Charleston, South Carolins Vincent Danner, Conductor
9/9/07 Cote Brilliant Presbyterian Church St. Lewis, MO
9/8/07 University City with Prof. Stan Ford, St. Louis, MO
Performed with the Memphis Symphony Vincent Danner Conductor
Peconic Community Network, First Baptist Church, Riverhead, New York
Dallas Symphony under the baton of Maestro Vincent Danner
Louisville, Kentucky AME Zion Conference
Women's Conference Sedona, AZ (performance and speaking engagement)
Sparks, NV Benefit Concert for Reno CPC
Huslte and Flow (2005)
Academy Award for New Song
Academy Award Nomination for Best Actor (Terrence Howard)
Jennifer Bynum performed in a pivotal scene in the movie which brought tears to the eyes of the cast and crew.
Performed at the Dolby Studios San Francisco
Concerts in Dusseldorf and Moengladbach, Germany
Benefit concert for Habitat for Humanity for the third year in East Hampton, New York Sponsors: Arlene and Alan Alda
Performed Mahler 2nd with the Waterbury Symphony, Leif Bjaland, Conductor
Performed David Fanshawe's African Sanctus at the Lied Center, Lincoln, Nebraska, Sir David Willcocks Conductor
Martin Luther King Celebration with the Memphis Symphony
Christmas Concert with the Memphis Symphony
Roles of Serena and Bess in Porgy and Bess with the San Francisco Symphony, New York City, Michael Tilson Thomas Conductor
Villa Lobos with the Nashville Symphony Role of Serena in concert version of Porgy and Bess with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Denver Colorado
Featured guest artist with the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra
Villa Lobos' Bachiana brasiliera No. 5 with the San Francisco Symphony
Villa Lobos' Bachiana brasiliera No. 5 with the Utah Symphony
Handel's Israel in Egypt with the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Conductor Nicholas McGegan
American Festival of Voices with the San Francisco Symphony, Conductor Michael Tilson Thomas, with Tyne Daly; mezzo soprano, Frederica von Stade, and baritone Sherrill Milnes
Russian Tour with concerts in Petropavlovsk, Kamchatka, Vladivostok, Khabarovsk and Magadan
1995 Opera Workshop
With Frederica von Stade in Modesto
Concerts in Russia in Vladivostok, Magadan, Petropavlovsk on Kamchatka, Komsomolsk on Amur, and Khabarovsk, where her recitals were videotaped for telecast throughout Eastern Russia
Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 with Midsummer Mozart, Conductor George Cleve
Two recitals in Khabarovsk in far Eastern Russia with the Khabarovsk Symphony Orchestra
International Arts Festival in Guangzhou (formerly known as Canton), China, at the invitation of the Chinese Embassy. She was the only non-Asian performer at the festival honoring the founding of the Chinese Culture Promotion Society of Guangdong
Mark Ream's Nowhere Now Here premier at the Artsphere Theater in Tokyo
The virtuosity of Ms. Bynum, though focusing on primarily religious works, ranges from the classical to Negro Spirituals.
The range of her performances have included: Mahler 2, (The Resurrection), Handle's Messiah, Mozart's Requiem, Faure's Requiem, Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, Negro Spirituals, Hymns, and some gospel.
Workshops teaching the myriad of ethnic ways of worship music in the Christian church. Highlighting how various expressions express the vastness of God's purposeful collage of worship in the Christian Community.
Your concert, workshop and other inquiries are welcome.
Contact: Linda Robertson
764 Walker Ave.
Oakland, CA 94610