“Cooper's fluid, nimble soprano skirted the rafters..." Boston Musical Intelligencer 

"Soprano Jessica Cooper sang wistfully and melodiously as the Indian Girl...” Boston Classical Review

"Soprano Jessica Cooper and American tenor Thomas Cooley... were enchanting in the "Domine Deus" duet." -Lloyd Schwartz, The Boston Phoenix, "The singers performed with virtues of voice, intelligence, and musicianship, among them the soprano Jessica Cooper." -Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe 

“In both works, soprano Jessica Cooper was outstanding for beauty of tone, technical accomplishment, and musical intelligence.”  - Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe 

"After hearing Lisa Saffer and Jessica Cooper soaring and swooping in Handel's elaborate arabesques, the listener will never again take for granted how hard a chorus has to work in singing these coloratura showpieces." -Ellen Pfieffer, The Boston Globe 

"Jessica Cooper proved a welcome addition to Boston’s top rank of Handel sopranos- her voice is agile, attractive and full of character.” -Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe 

“Cooper’s warm, attractive, sizeable voice nailed the fiendishly difficult celebratory coloratura.” -Lloyd Schwartz, The Boston Herald. 

“Jessica Cooper sang with beautiful tone, and backed up emotional intensity with technical security,”  -Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe 

"(Soprano Jessica Cooper) turned in a riotous performance of Rossini's cat duet." Ellen Pfieffer, The Boston Globe

"Jessica Cooper was his queen, Tytania, a part that showed off her high...attractive soprano to good effect." -T.J. Medrek,  The Boston Herald