Mezzo-Soprano, Jaclyn Tirocchi, identified by her “sultry, milk-chocolate” voice, graduated from Providence College in 2010 with a BA in Voice Performance and immediately went on to receive her MM in Voice Performance from The Boston Conservatory in 2012. During her experience, Jaclyn has been seen performing as the title role in Dido and Aeneas, Mercedes in Carmen, La tasse chinoise and L’écureuil in L’enfant et les sortilèges: Fantaisie lyrique en deux parties and Barcarolle in The Bremen Town Musicians. Her partial roles have included the title role in Carmen, Ursule in Beatrice et Benedict, Ruth in Pirates of Penzance, and many more. Along with performance, Jaclyn teaches as a holistic vocal coach both privately and in master class settings. She has taught throughout Boston, Southern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Currently, Jaclyn is working with Greater Worcester Opera in their English production of Cosi fan tutte, simultaneously covering the role of Dorabella, which will be performed in June of 2014.