Jennifer Jahn

Instrumental and Vocal Department (Cello)

Jennifer Jahn did both undergraduate and graduate work in cello performance at the Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto. In Toronto she established the first Suzuki program in the area at Seneca College. Studies continued in Vienna, Austria on a Canada Council scholarship with Vladimir Orloff and in New York on a Dolan prize with Claus Adam. In Canada, Jennifer performed with the Hamilton Philharmonic, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, the National Ballet of Canada and the Cecilia String Quartet. Besides her appointment at Diller-Quaile since 1986, she also is on the faculty of the 92nd Street Y. Jennifer is principal cellist of the Bronx Opera. Performances include the Meet the Virtuosi series at the 92nd Street Y, the Donnell Library, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the Sancerre Festival and the Chateau of Fontainebleau. She is the Vice President of the Fontainebleau Associations and spends her summers in France at the Festival there.

H-RTrevor Tamashiro