Classical singer, arts advocate, and producer, Bridgette Cooper, Mezzo-Soprano is the recipient of several awards for singing. Bri toured with Livent National Broadway Tour, and Living Arts International Tour, and presented in recitals throughout Europe.
About the ArtistAward-winning classical singer, Bri Cooper is a talented Mezzo Soprano known for her captivating performances and powerful voice. Over the years, Bri has honed her skills and built a reputation as one of the most talented and versatile mezzo-sopranos in the industry. She has performed in a wide range of productions, including operas, concerts, and musical theater productions. Her performances are known for their emotional depth, technical precision, and powerful stage presence. In addition to her work on stage, Bri is also an accomplished recording artist, having released several albums and singles over the course of her career. Her recordings have received critical acclaim and have helped to establish her as a leading voice in the world of classical music. Despite her success, Bri remains dedicated to her craft and continues to work tirelessly to improve her skills and push the boundaries of what is possible with her voice. With her talent, dedication, and passion for music, she is sure to continue making waves in the music industry for years to come. Bridgette received her Bachelor of Music from East Carolina University, she currently resides in Montgomery County, Maryland.
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Bri Cooper is a verified artist on Spotify. Her musical can be heard on Spotify as Bri Cooper and Bridgette Cooper-Anderson.
Booking Price: $2,001-$5,000
lodging if necessary
Meet and Greet area with a light reception
Virtual performances are available.
Counties: Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Baltimore City, Calvert, Charles, Frederick, Howard, Montgomery, Prince Georges, Queen Anne's, Washington,
Mileage is limited to 90 to 180 miles outside of Silver Spring, Maryland
Availability: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
Length of the concert: 45 minutes to 1 hour (10-minute intermission)