Ms. Jennifer Seligman
Jennifer Seligman was born and raised in California, where she started studying Suzuki violin at the age of four. Growing up, she participated in many Suzuki institutes and workshops, in addition to youth and university orchestras. She graduated Magna cum Laude from SUNY Binghamton with a Bachelor of Arts in Judaic studies and a minor in Music, where in addition to studying violin with the late Janet Brady, she studied voice and harpsichord. She has also studied violin with Judith Ingolfsson at the Lucy Moses School and the late Semyon Ronkin at the Mannes School of Music. Ms. Seligman did her Suzuki violin teacher training at institutes held at Ithaca College and Stanford University, and has taught violin to students of various ages and backgrounds since 2003. She taught violin to groups of students at The Learning Center for Exceptional Children in Clifton, NJ in early 2009, and currently teaches private Suzuki lessons in her home studio.
In addition to giving chamber music recitals and playing in the New Jersey Reading Orchestra in Glen Ridge, NJ, Ms. Seligman has participated upon request in the Society of Musical Arts concerts in Maplewood, NJ, founded by Samuel Applebaum, which offers free concerts open to the public. She was featured in a concert by Ezer Mizion, a health organization based in Israel, to raise funds for bone marrow donation, and is also asked to play for various organizations and events.