BRI COOPER Voice of the New Millennium
Voice of the New Millennium
Critically acclaimed classical singer, actress and recording artist Bridgette Cooper is a 2012 Marian Anderson Scholar and was guest soloist for the 73rd Annual Lincoln Memorial Concert Revisited.
Ms. Cooper made her Carnegie Hall debut in the Weil Recital Hall in the Voices of the New Millennium Concert in New York City. Her guest soloist engagements include singing for the People's Inaugural Luncheon Tribute to First Lady Michelle Obama.
Her debut with The Washington National Opera helped to establish her as not only a world class opera singer, but also an advocate for the education of opera for our younger generation, with The Washington National Opera Look-In Program where she performed the role of Tituba from Robert Ward's The Crucible. Bridgette's musical theater and stage play performances include the National Broadway Tour of Show Boat and American Theater of Harlem's Picnic and Raisin in the Sun.
Ms. Cooper is the recipient of several awards including the Paul Robeson National Vocal Competition, Marjorie Lawrence International Vocal Competition, Bel Canto Competition of Chicago, the YWCA Studio Club Competition, International and Who's Who of Professional and Business Women.
Her debut CD "Heavenly Grass: Great American Art Songs" is available on Amazon.com, Best Buy, Walden Books, and all digital distribution outlets including Apple itunes.