Jessica

Zeller

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Jessica Zeller is a legit soprano who most recently performed the role of Musetta in scenes from La bohème with Bach-Millennium Music in Santa Clara, California. In 2017, she earned an Associate of Arts in Music from Collin College where she performed roles such as Yum-Yum in The Mikado, Edith in Pirates of Penzance, and Cunegonde in scenes from Candide. She is also a graduate of the University of North Texas where she earned a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences with an emphasis in Music, Business Management, and Nonprofit Management. Among Jessica’s honors are the Preliminary Talent Award and Non-finalist Talent Award in the Miss Texas pageant as part of the Miss America Organization and the Tal Lostracco Summer Theatre Esprit de Corps Award. Jessica is currently a member of the Dallas Symphony Chorus and a student of Barbara Bonney and Tony Award nominee Christiane Noll. In her spare time, Jessica enjoys giving back to her community through her service initiative, “Be BOLD: Branching Out, Living Dreams,” where she uses the power of music to help others achieve their greatest aspirations.