“What a fantastic treat it was for our community to once again host the William Jessup University Choir and Orchestra. …The choir lifted [the congregation’s] spirits and gave them greater hope and confidence in the power and love of God.”
Dave Stram (Pastor, Creswell Church of Christ)
Jessup Music is thrilled and excited for the opportunity to bring its music and ministry to your church! The relationships we cultivate with church congregations are an integral part of our program and of utmost importance to us.
The members of Jessup Music look forward to being with you and sharing our ministry through music.
Jessup Music Rider
Contact Jessup Music
Phone: (916) 577-8093
Email: music [at] jessup [dot] edu
University Choir & Orchestra
The University Choir & Orchestra is the core community of Jessup Music. Comprised of 70+ vocalists and 20+ piece orchestra, this large-scale group delivers a dynamic and powerful concert experience with a diverse repertoire. Under the direction of Tom Ruscica, UCO travels the Northern California area performing 30 concerts a year, with tours spanning the Bay Area each Fall and the Pacific Northwest every Spring. UCO vocalists and musicians are exceptional students who reach out to and connect with concert attendees, inspiring and infusing audience members with hope and encouragement.
When The Stars Burn Down
Joy To The World
The Crossroads performance group is split into two categories: Crossroads and Crossroads Worship. Each small group contains auditioned students with the ability to arrange and perform original, classic and popular music to fit any size or type of event. Current groups include a performance repertoire of jazz, gospel, R&B, acapella, and worship. Crossroads teams are equipped to lead worship for varying congregations, perform at local events and bring a high-energy music experience for audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Crossroads vocalists have been featured for the National Anthem at a televised Kings game, local fundraisers and community events.
All My Fountains
Hark the Herald Angels Sing