Jessica Davis is a musician and an artist. She started studying the Suzuki Violin Method when she was six under Daniel Jones from Celina, Ohio and Jeremy Zank at Ohio Northern University. She graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy under the direction of Paul Sonner and earned her Bachelors of Music Education from Bowling Green State University with University Honors under Dr. Penny Thompson Kruse. She has played with the Interlochen Academy Orchestra, Lima Symphony Orchestra, BGSU Philharmonia, Firelands Symphony, and Hamamatsu Symphony in Shizuoka, Japan.
She taught general music at Summit Academy Elementary School for Alternative Learners in Cleveland, Ohio in 2012 and has been involved with several programs that offer musical and artistic opportunities to underprivileged students and people with disabilities including: The Music Plus Program, Woodlane Residential Industries, The Children’s Resource Center, Vodec, Monroe-Meyer Institute and Easter Seals.
Jessica also has a Bachelors of Fine Arts in painting from Bowling Green State University and is an avid supporter of spreading the arts within the community. She currently works with Why Arts? and the Kaneko “Open Space for your Mind” in Omaha, NE.