Lauded as having a “honey-colored tone” and “the most radiant solo singing” from Opera News, 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 world including The New York Chamber Orchestra at Carnegie Hall, The English Concert, The Los Angeles Philharmonic, The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, The Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra, The Folger Consort, The Washington Bach Consort, Piffaro, 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 Norway's Bergen National Opera, and a Los Angeles Philharmonic debut in Meredith Monk’s opera, Atlas. Ms. Beebe is a member of Variant 6, Trio Eos, and is on several GRAMMY-nominated albums with The Crossing and Clarion Ensemble. Ms. Beebe is a voice faculty member at Franklin and Marshall College and Muhlenberg College and maintains a private voice studio from her home.