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About Jeanne Ciampa

Jeanne has never taken a straight route in anything in life. Early on at Berklee she won awards in community service by the Music Production and Engineering Department where she was one of the first females to graduate.

She won vocal scholarships and sang as a soloist in the Gospel Choir and prestigious commencement concert. Life took many detours to Nashville and then Los Angeles. Close calls with major labels and U2s producer Daniel Lanois all interested in Jeanne's music. She wrote songs for film and television. Life kept throwing curve balls and being a songwriter she wrote about all of it: from drive-by shootings to life threatening illnesses, earthquakes and helping blind elderly.

Instead of building accolades the world would approve of she was leading a life of service. She then had two children and decided to wait until they were raised to continue her dream of being on the radio and films. and winning a grammy.

Her influences run deep into the veins of R and B, Gospel and Jazz. Rock and 70's music and folk. She doesn't sound like anyone and doesn't want to. She writes because she has always written. She is currently working as an Advocate for Palestinian Refugees. True to form, the music follows the story.

She is now pursuing a record deal with a major label and representation from a major US talent agency.

  • Studied Classical Opera with Madame Jacqueline Bazinet Cobert University of Massachusetts

  • Graduated Berklee College of Music with a major in Studio Engineering and Voice

  • Fuller Seminary Pasadena California Masters of Comparative religions (cand)

  • Vanderbilt Univerisity , Nashville Masters of Comparative religions

  • Brandeis MAT Master of Arts in teaching (cand)


  • Soloist for Elite Reverence Gospel Ensemble

  • Sang on television show Lift Every Voice

  • Soloist for Guitar Nite at Berklee

  • Soloist and lead singer for Berklees Annual Commencement concert (only the top graduates are chosen to perform)

  • Producer for Daniel Lanois visiting artist clinic at Berklee (Dan is producer for U2, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris)

  • Opened for many national acts including Nora Jones, Michael Landau, Vonda Sheppard, Soul, Venice, The Guess Who, Willie Porter, Vance Gilbert, Toronto tabla Ensemble, Eric Burdon, and many others.

  • Sang on films and tv for FOX television and Patrick Seymore movie End of Summer with Jaqueline Bissett

  • Sang on films for Alexander Van Bubenheim AVBMUSIC.COM (occasionally still work with Alex)

  • Recorded five solo albums

  • Sang for MTV unplugged as solo artist

  • Owner founder of Music Wizard teaching studio


  • Won the prestigious Lil Hardin Scholar Award from MP&E department for outstanding contribution to the community from President Lee Berk - Concerts for Bostons Homeless to raise food and items

  • Kohl Fellowship Merit Based scholarship from Brandeis for Community Service. 2011

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