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Caroline Jacobson

Spring , TX, USA

Style & Level

Musical Theatre
High School
Class of 2025

Highlights & Awards

  • 2024-2025 Recipient of Texas Commission on the Arts Young Master grant for continuing arts education
  • 2024, 2023: TMEA Texas All-State Choir Member - soloist 2024
  • 2024, 2023, 2022: Klein ISD Solo & Ensemble Contest – Superior rating and “Outstanding Performance” recognition
  • 2024: Donna Sheridan in Klein High School Theatre production of "Mamma Mia!" Winner of Tommy Tune "Outstanding Singer" Award
  • 2023: Texas Schmidt Vocal Competition – 3rd place winner, qualified for national competition to be held in May 2024
  • 2023: Houston Masterworks Chorus Young Singer Competition – 1st place winner
  • 2023: Greater Houston NATS (GHNATS) – 1st place, sophomore women
  • 2023, 2022: Texas Thespian Festival – Superior solo musical theatre performance and qualification for National competition


Caroline Jacobson has been singing all her life. The daughter of two classical singers, she began singing in church as a toddler and has since developed her musical talent through piano and later voice lessons. She began her solo performing career by singing a solo in the Texas Master Chorale's performance of the Karl Jenkins "Requiem" at age 8 and was invited again to solo in their performance of the Taylor Scott Thomas "Magnificat" at age 14.

Caroline recently won 3rd place at the Schmidt Vocal Competition, earning her a spot in the upcoming national competition in Sarasota, Florida. Caroline also secured 1st place at the Houston Masterworks Chorus Young Singer Competition, showcasing her exceptional skill and earning her an invitation to sing as a featured performer at the chorus's Christmas concert.

Caroline has earned Superior ratings and 'Outstanding Performance' recognition at the Klein ISD Solo & Ensemble Contest for three consecutive years. Her dedication also earned her 1st place among sophomore women at the Greater Houston NATS (GHNATS) competition in 2023.

Her recent musical journey includes membership in the TMEA Texas All-State Choir in 2023 and

2024, including being chosen as a soloist with the 2024 Mixed Choir. She has also been awarded the Young Masters grant for continuing arts education by the Texas Commission on the Arts. Beyond classical singing, she excels in solo musical theatre, earning Superior ratings and qualifying for the National competition at the Texas Thespian Festival in 2022 and 2023. She recently performed the role of Donna Sheridan in the Klein High School production of "Mamma Mia!" and is currently named as a finalist in the Tommy Tune Awards in the area of "Outstanding Singer" for her performance.

Caroline will graduate high school in 2025 and plans to pursue a major in Vocal Performance.