An inspirational Celtic fusion singer/songwriter, Jessica Victoria's sound is a cross between Loreena McKennitt, Sarah McLachlan, and Victoria de los Angeles. What makes Jessica unique is that she combines songs, storytelling, and a transformative message to create one-of-a-kind experiences for her audiences. With her Celtic harp, Merlin, captivating stories, enchanting singing voice, charismatic stage presence, and inspiring original songs, Jessica is a Motivational songstress who creates an unforgettable experience that empowers audiences to transform their lives! From Carnegie Hall to the Vatican to Lincoln Center, Jessica Victoria has inspired more than 400,000 people on 150 stages worldwide. Her original songs have been featured on 100+ radio stations across five continents, and she has appeared as a guest on the BBC, several NPR affiliate stations and numerous podcasts. She has been featured in dozens of publications, including Spa Elemental Magazine, Scotland's the Sunday Post, Fab UK Music, Skope Mag, Classical Crossover Magazine, and the Chronicle of Higher Education. To attend one of Jessica's performances--be it at an iconic, world-renowned venue or on a stage that is at the center of your local community--is to experience a one-of-a-kind, inspirational event. Her diverse audiences have included Pope John Paul II, two Speakers of the House of Representatives and several governors, Lord Collin Lowe of the House of Lords, entrepreneur Ray Kurzweill, and many other noteworthy individuals. Jessica has provided memorable edutainment (education through entertainment) for universities including the University of New Mexico, Nicholls State University, Xavier University of Louisiana, and the New England Conservatory of Music. Jessica has also provided these exciting and transformational experiences for grades K-12 throughout the U.s. and in the United Kingdom and Italy.
Get to Know Jessica
Jessica devotes some of her spare time to recovering the lost art of pie-making and to sharing the results with others, especially warm and flaky fruit varieties with bourbon or rum or cinnamon cream to grace the top. The novel that she is writing also clamors for attention sometimes, especially on snowy days when Jessica sits in her favorite café with a mug of pumpkin spice coffee on the table before her. Sometimes, Jessica likes to bask in the beauty of creation from the branches of an old and generous tree on a summer afternoon fragrant with green possibility. She also loves to dance -- swing, salsa, waltz -- the more twirling the better.