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Interviews with Jennifer

Resolving the blocks that keep stopping you

Get Ignited with Dr. Christine Ranck interviews Jennifer on Resolving the Blocks that Keep Stopping You.

Overcoming Performance Anxiety

The Kiner Hour with Ashani Mfuko interviews Jennifer on “How to Overcome Performance Anxiety” for Dancers, Singers, and Actors

Psychology of Using Your Voice

Co-Creator Series with Diana Rivera interviews Jennifer on the psychology of using our voices.

The Art of Singing

Paul Crick, London, UK interviews Jennifer on her book “The Art of Singing” and her work with singers, actors, and performers.

Coaching and Performing

Singers Key Notes, NY interviews Jennifer about her performance experiences, her book “The Art of Singing”, and her work as a voice coach.

Conversations in Confidence

Paul Crick interviews Jennifer about her new book: The Art of Singing Onstage and in the Studio, how to manage performance anxiety, and finding career balance and perspective.

Finding Your Voice

Melissa Groman interviews Jennifer about finding your voice – literally and figuratively – as well as separating body image issues from creativity, acceptance and perfectionism and power struggles we don’t even know we have.

Singing Onstage & In The Studio

The Shields Brothers interview Jennifer about her experience performing, music technology, and her book “The Art of Singing and in Studio.”

Stage Fright

Singers Key Notes, NY interviews Jennifer about stage fright and the best ways to effectively deal with it.

In addition to coaching and singing, I’ve enjoyed writing songs for years, a number of which have been featured on television, in film, and on recordings by artists in a variety of genres. My song “If You Ask Me To” (from “My Dream“) was a finalist in the American Idol Songwriting Competition, and I composed lyrics for a Musical Theater project as well as a new American Song Cycle entitled “The Journey” with Mark O’Connor. Over the years I’ve also released three recordings. “Sessions on 73rd”, recorded in New York, and “Labor of Love”, in Los Angeles, are both live recordings of some of my own favorite songs. “My Dream” is a collection of demos from various times and places in my writing career, and “Mother’s Day” is a song I still love, especially now that I am a mother too.

Sessions On 73rd

Mother’s Day

Labor of Love

My Dream

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