Jessica Feigenbaum, a soprano born in New York, has returned to her home state after completing her studies at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. Throughout her academic journey, Jessica received the esteemed Music Merit Grant and Dean's Scholarship, and had the privilege of performing in numerous operas alongside the Indiana University Opera Theater. Under the mentorship of soprano Carol Vaness and vocal pedagog Paul Kiesgen, Jessica collaborated with the Bloomington Orchestra and various student orchestras, honing her skills as a singer.
Jessica's vocal talents have taken her across national and international stages, including captivating performances at the Palais Corbelli in Vienna, Austria. She has had the pleasure of assuming significant roles, such as Mimi in La Boheme with Hubbard Hall Opera and Micaela in La Tragédie de Carmen at the Hubbard Hall Opera Theater. In recognition of her exceptional abilities, Jessica was also named a finalist in the prestigious Y.E.S. Foundation for the Arts vocal competition in San Francisco, California.
Beyond her performances, Jessica is deeply committed to sharing her love for music and nurturing the talents of others. She has gained valuable experience teaching students of all ages, both during her time in Bloomington, Indiana, and now in New York. Jessica's dedication to opera, combined with her passion for teaching and community engagement, continues to shape her musical journey with humility and gratitude.