Vanessa Joy Biography
International singer Vanessa Joy had the distinct honor of singing for the USO at the Wounded Warriors Center in Frankfurt, Germany. She sang for the U.S. Ambassador in Cairo, Egypt. Her music career has taken her to sing across the United States, Canada, Israel, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Argentina, Jordon, Chile, and Germany.
Vanessa was only 4 when she started playing the violin, and performed regularly in concerts which developed her passion for performing and singing with symphony orchestras. She starred in her first Gilbert and Sullivan Operetta at the young age of 13 and went on to win several awards including a music scholarship. She graduated with her music degree from Brigham Young University.
Vanessa has performed with a variety of symphonies including, the Idaho State Civic Symphony, Snow College Symphony, White Mountain Symphony, Salt River Symphony, Tempe Symphony Orchestra, Ensemble Vocale Orchestra in Germany, and the Concierto Orchestra in Santiago and Concepción, Chile.
She has shared the stage with Grammy Award Winner Billy Dean. She has recorded 8 Solo albums and is currently working on her newest album with internationally awarded pianist, Marvin Goldstein.