Jessica Beebe, soprano, is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Beebe is a Doctoral candidate studying voice and opera at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Choral Music Education from the University of Delaware, and Masters Degree in Early Music Voice from the Indiana University, where she won the Georgina Joshi Fellowship, the highest scholarship awarded at University. While in the Early Music Institute, she studied with Paul Elliott and Costanza Cuccaro.
Noted for her “rich and expressive soprano”, Ms. Beebe has appeared as a soloist in the Requiems of Mozart, Fauré, Rutter and Duruflé, Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, Bach’s St. John Passion, Magnificat and Mass in B minor, Mozart’s Coronation Mass Handel’s Messiah, Dixit Dominus and Judas Maccabaeus, as well as many other Baroque and Classical works. Ms. Beebe has been a guest soloist with the Choral Arts Society of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Bach Festival, IU Summer Festival Choir, and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Opera roles include Dido (Dido and Aeneas), Despina (Così fan tutte), La Gloire (Alceste) and Zerlina (Don Giovanni). She also had the pleasure to perform Vivaldi’s In furore Iustissimae Irae with the IU Baroque Orchestra. She enjoys performing in multiple choral and chamber ensembles; Concentus Early Music Ensemble, Pro Arte under William Jon Gray; The Crossing, under Donald Nally and The Six, under Matthew Glandorf.
Ms. Beebe is thrilled to join Trio Eos this season.