Jessica Lee


Jessica Lee is a professional Jazz & Blues vocalist, pianist, songwriter, educator, producer and recording artist. Jessica’s vocal recordings have been showcased on a variety of international vocal-compilation albums with other pro singers, such as Norah Jones and Amy London, on the “When Blues Meets Jazz” CD, the “Greatest Audiophile Voices” CD series and more. Ms. Lee performs at Jazz & Blues clubs, festivals, major charitable events, universities, and theaters throughout the country, and has produced, recorded, and performed shows from Jazz Duo & Combo performances, to Big Band and Jazz-with-Symphony Orchestra performances. Jessica also has a long history of singing and composing Inspirational repertoire that crosses musical genres. She holds a J.D. from Duke University School of Law and has additional expertise in creative and social entrepreneurship and in strategic career, financial and legacy planning. Jessica credits her older-generation mentors in both Jazz and entrepreneurship with playing a key role in her career success, and is therefore an advocate and supporter of various mentoring initiatives to assist career development and to pass on the beauty and power of the Jazz & American Music art forms. Jessica has been teaching Voice (including Piano-for-Singers and Musicianship and Creative Career Development) for many years, drawing upon both her Classical and Jazz training and extensive performance experience. Please see www.jessicaleejazz.com for more information.

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