- B.M. from Stetson University
Jennifer has a healthy, technique-first approach to teaching with an emphasis on open student-teacher communication that has been informed by her own professional experience, The Suzuki Method and her studies in Alexander Technique. She believes that it is important to develop a tailored approach with every student she teaches.
Jennifer teaches voice, piano, cello, songwriting, production and music theory.
Multi-Instrumentalist Jennifer T. is a professional performing operatic soprano, singer/songwriter, pianist and cellist based in New York City. She received her Bachelor of music degree from Stetson University and studied at the Longy Conservatory post-graduate.
Jennifer is involved in a variety of musical projects in the New York City area. Recognized by the Sulzbach-Rosenberg Times as “A voice that soars with absolute precision to dizzying height.” Jennifer has performed at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall as well as many variety shows off Broadway. She also plays piano and synthesizer in Brooklyn-based Indie Rock band, Tree Signs. Jennifer also performs regularly at New York City venues with her own solo music project.