Janice Giampa taught opera classes in New England Conservatory's School of Continuing Education from the 1990s through 2017.
She has sung regularly with the Handel and Haydn Society, where she performed and recorded as a soloist under the direction of Grant Llewellyn, Christopher Hogwood, Sir Roger Norrington, Robert Spano, Harry Bicket, and John Finney. As a member of Boston Baroque she recorded numerous works including Messiah, Monteverdi Vespers, and Bach B Minor Mass, all of which were nominated for Grammy awards. She has toured with the Mark Morris Dance Company in productions of Dido and Aeneas and Gluck’s Orfeo, which was presented at the Edinburgh Festival. She has performed with the Aston Magna Festival of Early Music and with the Hartford Symphony.
Janice Giampa is an active member of the Boston Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, has served on the Board of Directors, and has frequently adjudicated the Boston Song Festival Competition. She is a member of The Voice Foundation, an international organization dedicated to ongoing voice research, and a member of the National Opera Association.
Giampa is a state licensed and ASHA certified speech language pathologist with a specialization in singing voice therapy.
M.M., Yale University; M.S., Emerson College; B.M., University of Connecticut. Also voice faculty at University of Massachusetts at Lowell.