Massachusetts
Profile Type: Artist
Artist
Allyssa Jones

Allyssa Jones is a critically acclaimed educator, composer and performer. Currently serving the Boston Public Schools as Program Director for Performing Arts, Allyssa has been an active clinician and presenter for nearly twenty years.  In 2001, Boston Magazine named her one of “40 Bostonians to Watch” for her work with vocal jazz and choral ensembles. Her conducting credits include over a decade of performances as vocal music director at Boston Arts Academy, and appearances with the Boston Children’s Chorus and the MMEA-Northeast District Junior Festival Treble Chorus.  A 2005 Surdna Fellow, Allyssa's artistic credits include five solo recordings, appearances throughout the Northeast and Midwest, and original music for Boston-area productions by Company One, Lyric Stage, OWLL, Boston Public Works, and Apollinaire Theatre Company.  Notable projects include original scores for the film Knockaround Kids (ADEkoje Filmwerks) and the musical Brother Nat (written by Jabari and Liana Asim), as well as her own new musical The Puppet Show

Contact Information

First Name: 
Allyssa
Job Title/Position: 
Singer-Songwriter/Composer
Physical Address: 
155 Forest Hills St #1
Boston, MA 02130
Last Name: 
Jones

About

Profile Type: 
Artist
Primary Discipline: 
Music - Jazz
Additional Disciplines: 
Music - Choral
Music - Composition
Music - R&B / Soul
Theater - Musical
Populations Served: 
Adults
Families
General Public
School Groups
Teens
Youth-At-Risk
Institution/Business Type: 
Artist (Individual)
Activities and Services: 
Creation of a Work of Art (Including Commissions)
Curriculum Development
Performance / Concert / Reading
Professional Development / Training
Residency - Community
Residency - In School
Residency - Production / Development
Workshops / Demonstrations / Master Class
Events Per Year: 
24
Seasons Active: 
Spring
Summer
Fall
Winter
Geographic Reach: 
Town / City
County
Multi-County Region
State
Multi-State Region
National
International

I am a Teaching Artist

Teaching Settings: 
Arts and Cultural Center / Venue
Corporate Business
Private Studio
School / University
Subject Areas: 
Arts Integration - Communications
Arts Integration - English Language / Literacy
Arts Integration - English as a Second Language
Arts Integration - History and Social Science
Arts Integration - Science / Technology / Engineering
Music
Theater
Ages Served: 
Middle School-age
High School-age
College-Age
Adults
Certifications / Training: 
Massachusetts Educator License (professional)
Fee Range Minimum: 
$250
Fee Range Maximum: 
$1,200