Jessica Voigt-Page

Jessica Voigt-Page's Biography

As a multi-dimensional talent and multi-passionate artist, Australian-born Jessica Voigt-Page balances a varied career as a classical saxophonist, educator, entrepreneur, chamber musician, blogger, speaker and career coach.

After graduating from the University of Iowa in 2013, Jessica relocated to Austin, Texas, where she quickly earned recognition within the local community as a talented performer and established her teaching business, the Saxophone Academy Austin, through which she has worked with hundreds of students. Throughout her performance career, Jessica has appeared across Australia, New Zealand, France and the United States. She is an avid supporter of new music for the saxophone, commissioning works by Andrew Boss, Marc Mellits and Rob Smith, among others.

Jessica serves as Adjunct Instructor of Saxophone at Baylor University. In addition to teaching applied lessons, chamber music and saxophone methods, she established the Compass Labs Series to bring music entrepreneurship to the students of the School of Music.

Jessica also holds positions at The University of Texas at Austin as the College of Fine Arts Liaison in Entrepreneurship and the Administrative Associate for Longhorn Music Camps at the Butler School of Music.

With a passion for supporting young musicians in the development of unique and exciting careers, Jessica founded the Abundant Musician Project in 2015 to guide young musicians through the process of engineering their careers in the arts. In this role, she has presented lectures on music entrepreneurship at numerous universities and worked one-on-one with young artists as they bring their projects to life.

Jessica holds degrees in saxophone performance from the University of Iowa, Monash University and the Victorian College of the Arts at the University of Melbourne. She is a Yamaha and D'Addario Performing Artist.

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