New England Conservatory alumna, Jessi Rosinski, lives and works at the intersection of performing arts, education, wellness, and change-making organizations. Her teaching at New England Conservatory supports students creating connection between their performance art and the world around them.
As a flutist, Jessi is dedicated to the performance and promotion of contemporary music, and she appears with Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Sound Icon, Ludovico Ensemble, and Callithumpian Consort. She has held contemporary performance based residencies at Harvard University and Vermont College of Fine Arts.
Jessi is a committed educator and has worked with students ages 7-87 through teaching artist positions at BUTI/Tanglewood, University of Massachusetts, Milton Academy, and Winchester Community Music School. Beyond her music teaching, Jessi has experience leading urban middle school classrooms in the public school system as a certified English Language Arts educator and delivering yoga and mindfulness classes to populations experiencing trauma.
As a team member, consultant, and board member for innovative arts and nonprofit organizations, Jessi has collaborated on strategic development projects for the Verizon Foundation, Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston, Boston Conservatory at Berklee, New Gallery Concert Series, Communities United, and the Town of Needham (Mass.).
An avid learner, Jessi holds advanced degrees in music, entrepreneurship, and education and has completed rigorous training in mindfulness and yoga. She is currently a member of the inaugural class for the InnerMBA, a program exploring conscious leadership offered through MindfulNYU.
B.M., The Hartt School; M.M., New England Conservatory; MBA with honors, Babson College.