Jacquelyn Culpepper1,2

Female, #2181
Father*Harvey Andrew Culpepper Jr. (14 Aug 1927 - 3 Oct 1972)
Mother*Annie Marie Browning (11 Dec 1932 - 20 Dec 2015)


Lee Clem Huffman
ChartsJames Culpepper of Nash Co., NC : Descendant Chart
Last Edited20 Aug 2011


  1. Jacquelyn Culpepper.
    Jacquelyn Culpepper
  2. Jacquelyn Culpepper - Soprano

    Jacquelyn Culpepper's lyric soprano voice has taken her across the United States, Europe and Asia. Highlights of her experience include 85 roles in opera and oratorio and four concert tours with American Voices in Europe. Culpepper's performances have taken her to prestigious concert venues such as Washington's John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Atlanta’s Symphony Hall in performances with the late Robert Shaw.

    As an American Voices artist, she was a featured guest in 50th anniversary commemoration concerts for the Battle of the Bulge in Belgium and Luxembourg as well as in performances for the US Embassy in Germany. She recently made her first appearances in Asia in nationally televised concerts broadcast from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. During this project she worked intensively with young Vietnamese singers from the Saigon Conservatory in musical preparations and staging of the first performances of Broadway in Vietnam.

    Featured in three National Public Television specials in the United States, her broadcasts include 'An Evening with Cole Poter' and 'Salute to Masterpiece Theater' with Jean Marsh. Her appearances with orchestra in the US include, Charlotte Symphony, North Carolina Symphony, Breckenridge Music Institute, Canton Ohio Symphony among many others.

    A veteran voice teacher, she currently serves on the faculty of Davidson College, North Carolina as Artist Associate where she also leads the annual Voice Symposium for young professional singers.

    Ms. Culpepper has been an American Voices artist since the founding of American Voices in 1993.

    Source: American Voices Association website: http://www.americanvoices.org