Jeanine De Bique Tour 2021 - 2022
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About Jeanine De Bique
Jeanine De Bique is a Trinidadian classical soprano, trained at the Manhattan School of Music, known for her performance of Baroque music. In the 2017 The Proms she sang Handel's "Rejoice Greatly" with the Chineke! Orchestra, and in 2019 took the part of Iphis in a performance of Handel's Jephtha.