Jessica Vosk is best known for her star turn as Elphaba in the musical "Wicked," both on tour and in the 15th anniversary Broadway company. On Nov. 8, she fulfilled a lifelong dream when she made her solo Carnegie Hall debut in a show titled “My Golden Age.” Her unusual path to Carnegie Hall started with a career in finance before she took a leap to the Broadway stage. Her one-of-a-kind story has been covered by ABC’s "20/20" and "The NBC Nightly News," to name a few.
Most recently, Vosk starred as the Narrator in the 50th anniversary production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" at New York's Lincoln Center and created the role of Aunt Val in the world premiere of the musical "Becoming Nancy," directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell. She starred in New York City Ballet's tribute to choreographer Jerome Robbins titled "Something to Dance About," directed by Warren Carlyle; she also was the first singer to star onstage with the NYCB.
Her Broadway credits include the role of Fruma Sarah in the latest revival of "Fiddler on the Roof," "Finding Neverland" and "The Bridges of Madison County." She starred as Anita in San Francisco Symphony’s concert version of "West Side Story"; the recording was nominated for a Grammy Award.
Vosk independently produced two albums: “Wild and Free” (2018) and “A Very Coco Christmas” (2020), which both debuted on the Billboard and iTunes charts and are available to stream on all platforms.
Next year, Vosk will make her London concert debut at Cadogan Hall, then will travel to Ireland for a concert at the National Opera House. She would like to thank her family for helping her to pursue her dreams, no matter how large or daunting they may have seemed.