Born and bred in the heart of Pembrokeshire in West Wales, Soprano Jessica Robinson started her singing career at a young age as a competitor in eisteddfodau. Jessica graduated from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama gaining a distinction in MA Opera Performance.
During her time at the RWCMD, Jessica also gained a first-class honours undergraduate degree along with the Aneurin Davies award, Mansel Thomas prize, Margaret Tann Award, Elias Soprano award and was the 2016 Prince of Wales Scholar.
She regularly appears in concerts all over the UK as a guest artist and internationally, has performed in New York, China, Switzerland and Italy. Concert highlights include a Radio 3 broadcast of Vaughan Williams’ Serenade to Music with the CBSO, Soloist at the Royal Albert Hall for the 1000 Male Voice choir Gala, Handel’s Messiah at the Wales Millennium Centre and performing for HRH The Prince of Wales and guests at Buckingham Palace. Recent concerts include performing with Michael Ball.
Operatic engagements include Countess/Marriage of Figaro, Lady Billows/Albert Herring and Fox/Cunning Little Vixen (RWCMD) Nora/Riders to the Sea (Bute Park Opera) Worker, Semi Chorus/Gair ar Gnawd (Welsh National Opera/S4C), Rose, Lakmé, Rosina, The Barber of Seville and Despina, Cosi fan tutte (Swansea City Opera) Heavenly voice, Don Carlo and Tetska, Jenufa (Grange Park Opera).