Career Milestones

 

Bri has several guest soloist engagements to her credit, including The International Caribbean Heritage Awards,The Bahamas Independence Day Festival which celebrates her Bahamian heritage, The New Haven and Royal Palm Beach Celebrations of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. where she was presented in recital for both events and The 100th Celebration of Christ Episcopal Chruch of Miami, Florida. Bri is often invited by international dignitaries to sing as guest soloist for special events. 

 

Operaluscious Radio on Blog Talk premiered on New Year's Eve of 2013 it was Bri, one listener and her daughter. The show has grown to include celebrities, authors, health and fitness experts, therapists and of course classical singers. In 2015, Bri took the concept to TV when she started her own production company and created, produced and hosted her first TV show Operaluscious "Where Opera Meets Lifestyle". In November 2015, her show hit local airwaves with a big spalsh and great reviews. The show inspires, entertains and educates viewers about all things opera.

Operaluscious Radio & TV

Luncheon Tribute to First Lady Michelle Obama

Mezzo Soprano. Bri Cooper was invited to sing for the People's Inaugural Women's Leadership Luncheon honoring First Lady Michelle Obama. The event took place at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Washington D.C. Bri wooed the audience with her powerful and expressive vocal timber. Ms. Cooper began the benediction by singing Malotte's The Lord's Prayer and was asked to lead Happy Birthday to the First Lady. The Women's Leadership Luncheon was part of the all day People's Inaugural Gala Celebration at the Grand Hyatt Hotel. 

 

Voices of The New Millennium 

Bri made her Carnegie Hall debut in the Weill Recitall hall in the Voices of the New Millennium Concert in New your City. Ms. Cooper was one of eight singers invited to sing for the program. her vocal selections included a group of American art songs and ending the evening with a well loved operatic aria which is rarely performed.