A multi-passionate artist, Australian born Jessica Voigt-Page balances a varied career as a saxophonist, educator and entrepreneur. The founder of both Saxophone Academy Austin and the Abundant Musician Project, Jessica is passionate about working with young musicians as they design their careers through both saxophone performance and music entrepreneurship.
As a faculty member at Baylor University, Jessica teaches applied lessons, chamber music and saxophone methods, and in 2017 she initiated the Compass Labs series to bring music entrepreneurship to the students of the School of Music.
Throughout her performance career, Jessica has appeared across Australia, New Zealand, France and the United States, she is an avid supporter of new music for the saxophone, commissioning works by composers Andrew Boss, Mark Mellits, Rob Smith, Kym Dillon, etc. and she is a member of Gap Duo and the Austin Saxophone Ensemble.
Jessica earned degrees from The University of Iowa, Monash University and the Victorian College of the Arts, and is a Yamaha, D’Addario Woodwinds, Key Leaves and Beaumont Music Performing Artist.