On the concert stage, Jennifer has performed a very wide variety music. Recent performances include Brahms' Ein Deutches Requiem with The Elora Singers, Vaughan Williams' Donna Nobis Pacem and Canadian Composer John Estacio's The Houses Stand Not Far Apart with Chorus Niagara and the Niagara Symphony Orchestra. In the next season, she will be revisiting The Houses Stand Not Far Apart, as well as Mozart's Requiem with The Grand Philharmonic Choir, and Saint-Saens' Christmas Oratorio with the Toronto Beach Chorale. See Jennifer's full CV here.
Jennifer is also a full-time member of The Elora Singers, a Juno-nominated choir based in Elora Ontario. The choir regularly performs new Canadian compositions, as well as standards in the classical repertoire. Jennifer is often featured as a soloist both in concert and in recordings. For their Juno-nominated 2022 album Radiant Dawn: Music for Advent and Christmas, Jennifer was featured on the track The First Noel, and most recently, The Elora Singers launched an album with TorQ Percussion Quartet called To The Ground From The Sky, on which Jennifer is featured on several tracks.
Jennifer received her undergraduate degree in music at The University of Western Ontario, an Artist Diploma at The Royal Conservatory's Glenn Gould School, and her Masters degree at The University of Toronto.
While attending the University of Toronto, Jennifer was the winner of the prestigious Jim and Charlotte Norcop Prize in Song, and as a result presented the Winner's Song Recital to great acclaim. Other awards include the David and Marcia Beach Award, as well as an honourable mention in the Ottawa Choral Society's New Discoveries Auditions for Young Artists.
Jennifer has worked for a variety of arts organizations as a box office and ticketing professional. Currently, Jennifer is completing her Masters of Business Administration at the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University in order to being work as an arts sector consultant.