Voice, Early childhood music
Jessica Cooper teaches voice and Music Pups (an early childhood program for infants - 4-year-olds) at Powers Music School. She holds her Master in Music degree in Opera and Voice Performance from New England Conservatory, where she graduated with academic distinction and honors in performance. In addition to Powers, she teaches voice at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, and is an active soloist and professional chorister in the Boston area. Jessica currently sings with the Handel and Haydn Society and Boston Cecilia, and has sung with Boston Baroque, Exsultemus, the Boston Civic Symphony Orchestra, and the Wellesley and Newton orchestras both as soloist and chorister. She also directs "Cyprian Consort," a lute ensemble performing 16th and 17th century music for lute and one or more voices. She strongly believes that music is a positive outlet of expression for youth and devotes her spare time to raising money for music programs that reach underserved areas.
Visit her websites at: www.jessicacoopersoprano.com and www.cyprianconsort.org.