JENNIFER HART has quickly earned recognition as a conductor, educator, music administrator and pianist. In 2007, Jennifer earned her Bachelor of Music (Piano) as a student of Timothy Steeves, as well as her Bachelor of Music Education degree, both from Memorial University of Newfoundland. Upon enrollment of Memorial University's Master of Music program as a student of Dr. Douglas Dunsmore, she selected Newman Sound Men's Choir as her academic test choir. She so impressed Newman Sound that she was appointed Associate Conductor in 2011. In 2013 she assumed the role of Artistic Director of Newman Sound. In only those two years, Jennifer became integral in the choir's growth, and development, and was instrumental in organizing and co-conducting Newman Sound to the title of Championship Male Chamber Choir at the 2012 World Choir Games in Cincinnati, in partnership with past Artistic Director and mentor Kellie Walsh. In addition to her work with Newman Sound, Jennifer is Associate Conductor and Associate Accompanist of Shallaway: Newfoundland and Labrador Youth in Chorus, winner of first prize in the International Tolosa Choral Contest in Spain in 2005 when she was the ensemble's choral scholar, and third prize at the Béla Bartók Competition in 2012 in Hungary as Associate Conductor. She is a longtime singer and guest conductor in Lady Cove Women's Choir, featuring prominently in Lady Cove's performances at the 2011 World Symposium on Choral Music in Argentina, and as a chorister in the choir's first prize earning at the 2008 Béla Bartók Competition. She is also a singer in the vocal chamber ensemble, Innismara. Previously, Jennifer has conducted Memorial University of Newfoundland's Chamber and Festival Choirs as part of her Masters education and training. She was featured as vocalist and assistant conductor with Quintissential Vocal Ensemble as they earned first prize in the Renaissance category of the Florilège competition in France in 2009. As a member of all of these world-renowned ensembles, she has frequently performed in Festival 500: Sharing the Voices as chorister and conductor. In addition to her experience and training, she has studied with Duiane Wolfe of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Robert Ward from Ohio State University and during her Master of Music degree with Dr. Douglas Dunsmore and Dr. Jason Caslor. Jennifer is in demand as a conducting and vocal clinician for schools and festivals throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.