Hailed as a “golden soprano” and “a major force in the New York early-music scene” by The New York Times, Jolle Greenleaf is one of the leading voices in the field. She is a much sought-after soloist in music by Bach, Handel, Haydn, Purcell, Mozart and, most notably, Monteverdi. Her performances have earned raves from the Oregonian, which wrote that she “sang with purity and beguiling naturalness,” and The New York Times, which called her “an exciting soprano soloist…beautifully accurate and stylish.” Ms. Greenleaf is the artistic director of the virtuoso one-voice-per-part ensemble TENET, for whom she creates programs, directs, and sings in performances of repertoire spanning the middle ages to the present day. TENET’s programming has been lauded by The New York Times as “smart, varied, and not entirely early.” Ms. Greenleaf has balanced a career as a soloist and an innovative impresaria. In January of 2010 she spearheaded a performance of Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 (the first to celebrate its 400th anniversary) by creating the Green Mountain Project, a special TENET initiative for which she invited Scott Metcalfe to be music director. For the Green Mountain Project, Ms. Greenleaf engaged singers and instrumentalists as well as managed all the logistics of mounting a major musical production. A live CD recording was made of the performance and the program has become an annual event that plays to overflow audiences and earns rave reviews.