Jennifer John’s musical talents are many and varied and her list of achievements demonstrate the breadth and depth of her abilities and ambitions.
Whether as Business Woman of the Year for Arts and Culture, the co founder of award-winning music company Sense of Sound and manager of its namesake – Sense of Sound Singers, the stunning a cappella ensemble – her work is exemplary. She is also a singer/songwriter, performer, choir director, vocal arranger, teacher, workshop leader, mentor, manager and business woman.
Under Jennifer’s choir leadership and management, Sense of Sound Singers has collaborated and worked alongside many established artists including Paloma Faith, Imogen Heap, Damon Albarn, Peaches and most recently Nile Rodgers and Chic who they opened for in October 2017 at Liverpool’s Echo Arena. She brings a contagious passion and energy to all of her work and believes strongly that singing is a universal language that encourages community cohesion and healthy collaborations.
Jennifer says: “It’s one of the magical gifts in life that easily unites us socially, creatively and spiritually. People love to sing in all kinds of scenarios and the natural resonance that group singing creates guides people into a safe familiarity and closeness that stays with them profoundly even when the singing has stopped. People who sing together especially in choirs become families of choice and it’s powerful. My aim, through the creation and development of singing initiatives and projects, is to bring people and communities together naturally and joyfully.”