Committed to Opera

Jocelin Pan, Viola Associate

A sought-after soloist and collaborator, violist Jocelin Pan performs and records with artists across multiple genres. Upon graduating from The Juilliard School, Jocelin was awarded the William Schuman Prize for Outstanding Achievement and Leadership in Music. A proponent of new music, Jocelin gave the US premiere of Andrew Ford’s viola concerto The Unquiet Grave and led the Juilliard Chamber Orchestra in an unconducted performance of Joan Tower’s viola concerto Purple Rhapsody. Jocelin has held chairs at various Broadway productions and continues to perform and record for theater, film, and television. Jocelin has been playing with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra since 2019. She lives on the UWS with her husband and beloved dog Foxy Pan. An advocate of animal rescue, Jocelin volunteers as an adoption counselor for Animal Lighthouse Rescue, a non-profit dedicated to rescuing stray dogs and cats from Puerto Rico.