Hailed as “remarkable” by the Chicago Tribune and “one to watch, in more ways than one” by Muso Magazine, Jessica Warren-Acosta has gained worldwide recognition as a dynamic performer and a flutist who thinks outside the box.
Ms. Warren-Acosta has concertized on three continents and appeared as a soloist with the Chicago, Atlanta, Baltimore, Fort Worth, and Omaha Symphonies among others as well as at numerous international music festivals including the Spoleto USA Festival where she gave the American Premiere of Pascal Dusapin’s Flute Concerto, “Galim”. She gave her New York recital debut in Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall in 1998.
She has toured Latin America as an artistic ambassador to the United States, soloing with orchestras and giving recitals to rave reviews. She has been named a winner in several international competitions including the Artists International Competition and the International Music Competition “Citta di Padova”
In addition to her classical training, she has a great interest in the music of South America and has made extensive trips to Perú and Ecuador to familiarize herself with Andean instruments and performance techniques as well as with the compositions of the region. Ms. Warren-Acosta’s CD of South American music for flute, “Acentos” has been released on the Filarmonika label and is available at www.filarmonika.com.
“…a talented soloist…Jessica Warren-Acosta’s work was striking”
“This girl is one to watch, in more ways than one.”
“A wholly persuasive performance.”
The Dallas Morning News
“superior flute playing”
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
“Special Kudos to the Principal Flute Jessica Warren”
Opera News Magazine
“It’s a fascinating collection of music”
“Warren-Acosta has a beautiful sound and plays extremely well.”
Flute Talk Magazine
“The performances are really excellent… Here is a chance for Jessica Warren-Acosta to show that she can produce as beautiful a tone on the alto flute as she does consistently on the concert flute”