Jammieca Mott, DMA

J. Mott

Adjunct Instructor, Voice

Contact Information
jammott@msn.com
(936) 294-
School of Music 318
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Division
Voice

Jammieca Denise Mott, soprano, is a graduate of Jackson State University, Southern Methodist University and received her D.M.A. from The University of North Texas. She has performed the roles of the Queen of the Night in Die Zauberflöte, Adele in Die Fledermaus, Rosina in Ghosts of Versailles, Alceste in Alceste and Sandman in Hansel and Gretel. Other roles performed include Fire in L’enfant et les sortileges and Miss Wordsworth in Albert Herring, the Lady with the Handmirror from Postcard from Morocco and Gilda from Rigoletto. In addition, she performed in the Casalmaggiore International Festival in Italy and the Crested Butte Music Festival in Colorado. On the Concert Stage, Dr. Mott has been a soloist for The Turtle Creek Chorale and The Fort Worth Symphony Concert, The Richardson Symphony Sounds of the Seasons Concert, The Richardson Symphony Christmas Classics Concert, the Juneteenth Film Festival Gala Tribute to Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee, Musicuntold’s 150th Emancipation Proclamation Concert and concerts throughout Germany. More recently, Dr. Mott has performed the role of Adina from L’Elisir D’Amore with The Living Opera and Artist Soprano in Dallas Opera’s production of Porgy and Bess. Dr. Mott has been the recipient of many awards including 1st Place Winner in the Leontyne Price Vocal Competition, Finalist in the National Opera Association Competition, Finalist in the Dallas Opera Guild Vocal Competition and 1st Place Winner in the Rose Palmai-Tensor Vocal Competition. She has held teaching positions at Austin College, North Lake College, Tarleton State University, Southeastern Oklahoma State University and currently serves as a Voice Instructor at Sam Houston State University. In addition, Dr. Mott has a thriving studio in Dallas, TX, where she is sought after as a pedagogue, coach, clinician and adjudicator.




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