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Georgia Jacobson

A native of Duluth, Minnesota, French-born, Greek-American mezzo-soprano Georgia Jacobson’s recent engagements in 2022 include covering the role Virginia Woolf in the world premiere/concert version of The Hours by composer Kevin Puts and librettist Gregory Pierce at the The Philadelphia Orchestra, covering the role of Hermia in Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Des Moines Metro Opera, as well as her debut as Cherubino in Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro at the University of Cincinnati- CCM. In March 2022, Jacobson returned home to Minnesota to premiere two song cycles, both commissioned for her by The Schubert Club and composed by Carol Barnett (Young/Old Witches, Bat) and Linda Kachelmeier (Lake Superior Songs). In previous seasons, she covered Mary Johnson (Fellow Travelers) as an Apprentice Artist at Des Moines Metro Opera (2021), and premiered the role of Sage (Everything Comes to A Head) with Lyric Opera of the North (2021). In January of 2021, Jacobson was a Metropolitan National Council Encouragement Award winner in the South Carolina district. Additionally, Ms. Jacobson won 1st Place in the National Opera Association’s 2020 Carolyn Bailey and Dominick Argento Vocal Competition. Jacobson has a special affinity for French repertoire, and she was proud to make her professional debut with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in their production of Ravel’s L’enfant et les sortilèges as Maman/Tasse/La libellule under the baton of Maestro Louis Langrée. Jacobson looks forward to returning to the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra in May 2023 as the mezzo-soprano soloist in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9. A consummate musician and lover of new music, she workshopped the roles of Virginia Woolf (The Hours), Ruth (Awakenings) and Vesta (Fierce) with Opera Fusion: New Works and Cincinnati Opera.  Her other recent roles include Zweite Dame (Die Zauberflote) and Endimione (La Calisto) with CCM Opera, as well as Giannetta (L’Elisir d’Amore) with Lyric Opera of the North. 


Des Moines Metro Opera, Apprentice Artist 2020-2022

Kentucky Opera, Barbara and Halsey Sanford Studio Artist 2020-2022

AD, Opera, University of Cincinnati - CCM 2022

MM, Voice, University of Cincinnati – CCM 2020

BM, Vocal Performance, University of Minnesota- Twin Cities 2018

Young Artist, SongFest at the Colburn School, Los Angeles 2016


CCM Opera Scholarship, Sam Adams Award 2021

Metropolitan Opera National Council, South Carolina District, Encouragement Award 2021

National Opera Association, Dominic Argento and Carolyn Bailey Competition, 1st Place 2019

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