• Jessica Beebe
Senior Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music, Voice

Lauded as having a “honey-colored tone” and “the most radiant solo singing” from Opera News, GRAMMY nominated soprano Jessica Beebe is an affecting interpreter of repertoire from the Renaissance to contemporary American opera. As a sought-after concert soloist, Ms. Beebe has performed as a soloist with several major orchestras and ensembles across the worldincluding The New York Chamber Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, The English Concert at Carnegie Hall and The Barbican Theatre in London, The Los Angeles Philharmonic, The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, The Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, The Folger Consort in D.C., The Washington Bach Consort, PiffaroRenaissance Band, Gamut Bach Ensemble, Philadelphia Bach Collegium and more. Her solo operatic highlights include premiering multiple operas by Jennifer Higdon, Lembit Beecher and David Hertzberg with Opera Philadelphia, covering in Bergen National Opera in Norway, and a Los Angeles Philharmonic debut in Meredith Monk’s opera, Atlas. Ms. Beebe is an avid choral singer, and a member of many professional ensembles across the country including Variant 6, Trio Eos, Lorelei Ensemble, and is on multiple GRAMMY nominated albums with The Crossing and Clarion Ensemble. Ms. Beebe currently resides in the Philadelphia suburb area and is on the voice faculty at both Franklin and Marshall and Muhlenberg Colleges. Ms. Beebe holds a bachelor’s degree in Choral Music Education from The University of Delaware, a Master of Music degree in Early Music Voice Performance from Indiana University, and a Performers Certificate from The London College of Music. For more information, please visit www.jessicabeebesoprano.com