Jessika Soli is an active recording artist, half the the cello duo, Rosin with cellist, Daniel Gaisford, and is the Adjunct Cello Professor at Southern Utah University. She received her cello performance degree from the University of Utah, where she studied with John Eckstein and also attended the University of Nevada - Las Vegas, where she studied with Andrew Smith.
Jessika was principle cellist of the Southwest Symphony for two years and principle cellist of the UNLV orchestra. She performs regularly with the Chamber Music Society in St. George, UT and also has a private cello studio located in Santa Clara where she teaches a large class of talented cellists.
In 2018, she won in the top three finalists for the Blizzcon Talent Show at the Anaheim convention center in LA. She arranged and recorded her own version of Daughter of the Sea, which can be seen on YouTube here. Her love for fantasy and video games has led her to arrange and perform music from her favorite games and movies as well as popular music.
In 2019, she recorded live videos of Sebastian Lee's Op. 70 40 Etudes, which can be found on YouTube and Instagram, and also released an album of the complete work with her duo partner. Listen to the album on YouTube, Spotify or on iTunes. The album was created for their students who frequently use Lee's works in their studies.