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December 17, 2022

Review of Bach Magnificat, The Thirteen

"Sopranos Jessica Beebe and Crossley Hawn plus countertenor Cody Pastor Bowers floated the trio “Suscepit Israel.” Charles Downey,

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May 27, 2020

Review of The Wake World CD Recording, Opera Philadelphia

"Jessica Beebe’s agile soprano and ability to negotiate the difficult part of Luna reminded me of her superb performance in the 2017 premiere." -Margaret Darby,

July 26, 2020

Review of The Wake World CD Recording, Opera Philadelphia

"As Luna/Hecate, soprano Jessica Beebe is evocative and ethereal" Arlo McKinnon, Opera News

December 22, 2019

Review of Gamut Bach

"Jessica Beebe’s soprano bounced like a beam of light throughout the sanctuary, as she rejoiced over the news of the Savior’s birth" - Cameron Kelsall, Broad Street Review

May 23, 2019

Review of Piffaro and Trio Eos

"Only soprano Jessica Beebe sang with complete beauty of tone and stylistic assurance, investing her interpretations with passion and pleasure" - Michael Caruso, Chestnut Hill Local

December 22, 2017

Review of Es ist ein Ros, Piffaro

"Beebe's voice is a marvel of expressive clarity and tonal warmth committed to the service of intense yet eloquent lyricism" -Michael Caruso, Chestnut Hill Local

September 23, 2017

Review of The Wake World, Opera Philadelphia

"Soprano Jessica Beebe made the most of her solo time as Luna/Hecate, regaling us with ample tonal beauty and shimmering delivery" -James Sohre, Opera Today

September 22, 2017

Review of The Wake World, Opera Philadelphia

"The most radiant solo singing came from soprano Jessica Beebe as Luna/Hecate" -David Shengold, Opera News


January 02, 2017

Review of Bach Christmas Oratorio

"The concert’s two soprano soloists gave equally memorable performances. Plymouth Meeting’s Jessica Beebe sang with shimmering clarity of tone and precision of phrasing, employing just the right amount of vibrato for expression within stylistic authenticity" -Michael Caruso, Chestnut Hill Local

December 20, 2016

Review of La Nochebuena, Piffaro and Dark Horse Consort

"Beebe sang with consummate interpretive artistry and commanding vocal technique. She sang with effortless projection over a broad dynamic range that was always placed within the context of stylistic authenticity" -Michael Caruso, Chestnut Hill Local

December 06, 2016

Review of Handel's Messiah

"Jessica Beebe, a ravishing soprano with a sweet vocal quality perfect for this repertoire, completed the quartet with a breathtaking "Rejoice greatly" and stylistically authentic recitatives. She and Caso, in "He shall feed His flock," captured the peace of the season"


June 22, 2016

Review of Peter Grimes, Princeton Opera Festival

"Several very strong characters were found in mezzo-soprano Eve Gigliotti, singing the role of Auntie, and the two nieces, sung by Jessica Beebe and Sharon Harms. The characters of the two nieces were comic relief in an otherwise dark opera, and Ms. Beebe and Ms. Harms were perfectly matched vocally"


June 22, 2016

Review of Peter Grimes, Princeton Opera Festival

"Eve Gigliotti (Auntie), Jessica Beebe (First Niece), and Sharon Harms (Second Niece) established themselves as important figures in the village landscape" -David Patrick Sterns, Philadelphia Inquirer

Review of Le Nozze di Figaro

"As the flirtatious Barbarina, Jessica Beebe established her blond, rosy presence in the first act and sealed the deal with a honey-colored “L’ho perduta" -Opera News


June 18, 2015

Review of Le Nozze di Figaro

"...And let me mention a small but significant contribution: a bright young operatic star, Jessica Beebe, as Barbarina, Antonio’s daughter, who stole hearts with the only aria in the minor mode, L’ho perduta, me meschina — (I’ve lost it, poor me). To bring such authenticity and expression to a small part signifies a great talent. Hoping to hear more good things about this soprano in the years ahead" 

September 18, 2012

Review of Don Giovanni

"Another appealing performance was turned in by Beebe as flirtatious Zerlina... soprano Beebe was charming in 'Vedrai, carino" -The Examiner

February 08, 2011

Review of Dido and Aeneas

"Soprano Jessica Beebe poured her rich and expressive soprano voice all over the music Purcell gave the story's heroine, Dido... Beebe sang radiantly and with heart-rending passion" -Peter Jacobi, The Bloomington Herald Times

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