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Jennifer F.


Genres: Classical, Jazz, Hip-Hop

Teaches in English


Jennifer has a unique voice that can be carried out in not only different styles but through her own compositions and teachings. She plays throughout the New York City Metropolitan Area. Jennifer is a member of the New York Arabic Orchestra performing at: Globalfest at Lincoln Center, The Commemoration Nakba at United Nations Headquarter and recorded for Assassin’s Creed Mirage. She also is a part of Les Femmes Cinq; a collective of all female composers who write and play their own music.

In recent years, Jennifer performed at Carnegie Hall for the world Premiere of Music for the Spirit of the People. She has played with Kaki King on the New York Public Radio and was an orchestral member in Jacob Collier’s Imagination of the Charts and Djesse concerts, as well as in Terrance Blanchard’s orchestral performance of A Tale of God’s
Will. Jennifer has performed with many world-renowned musicians, such as: Tigran Hamasyan, Pablo Ziegler, Howard Levy, Glen Velez, and Darol Anger.


Jennifer studied with Regina Carter, and Martha Mooke at New Jersey City University on a Presidential Scholarship where she received her Masters. She has her Bachelor’s from Berklee College of Music where she studied with David Wallace, Rob Thomas, Eugene Friesen and Darol Anger and was awarded the North American Tour Scholarship and
Berklee Achievement Grants.

As an educator, Jennifer's mission is to help students develop a life long love for music. She helps her students develop the capability to express themselves, so they can connect with others around the world. Jennifer strives to teach her students to find their own individual voices, through technique, ear-training, music theory, and exploring different styles of music.

Our teachers travel to New Jersey, Connecticut, and Long Island, NJ, CT, LI
Soyulla teaches and performs in New York City, NYC, Upper West Side, Upper East Side, Tribeca, SoHo, UWS, UES, Brooklyn, Queens
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