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About Me (she/her)

Jessie is a singer, actor, musician, educator, and songwriter based in NYC, originally from Appleton, WI. She began studying violin at age four, and gradually expanded her studies to include piano, French horn, and voice. Jessie is a proud alumni of Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, where she studied Vocal Performance and Musical Theatre, under the tutelage of Jane Dutton and Ray Fellman.

 

She identifies as a multi-hyphenate artist with experience in theatre, choral work, opera, music directing, music education, session musician work, and training in a variety of instruments. As an adaptable and versatile artist, she creates moments of clarity that illuminate the power of humanity in the world.

 

Jessie plays fiddle and sings backing vocals in a folk-rock band fronted by her friend and colleague, Grace Leckey, frequenting venues in Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn. She is also in the process of writing her debut EP! She looks forward to sharing her music, while working to intersect her art with her advocacy for the LGBTQIA+ community, disability awareness, and body neutrality.

 

She also offers private voice, violin, piano, and songwriting lessons, working one-on-one with students to provide accessible arts education.

 

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Professional photos courtesy of Mia Isabella


Photography and Ben Bomier.
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