Jennifer Hamady is a voice coach and counselor specializing in techincal and emotional issues that interfere with self-expression. Based in New York City, Jennifer works in private practice with musicians and non-musicians to discover, develop, and confidently release their personal, professional, and creative potential. Her clients include Grammy, CMA, Emmy, and Tony award-winners, as well as corporate clients across an array of industries.
Jennifer’s insights have been captured in her book: The Art of Singing: Discovering and Developing Your True Voice, heralded as a breakthrough in the psychology of personal and musical performance by BackStage and Variety. Based upon her experiences as a coach and singer (she spent the early part of her career performing and touring with artists and companies including Stevie Wonder, Christina Aguilera, Patti LaBelle, Wyclef Jean, Def Leppard, Lee Ann Womack and Cirque du Soleil), the book offers all people a path toward effortless and joyful self-expression. Jennifer's second book, Learning to Sing: A Transformative Approach to Vocal Performance and Instruction, was released last year.
Jennifer is currently working on her third book, as well as a regular feature for The Huffington Post and American Songwriter, as well as a column for The Examiner, dedicated to celebrating men and women that make a difference in their communities through their creative ventures. She conducted her undergraduate and graduate work in classical Vocal Performance & Pedagogy and Psychology, respectively.
For more information, please visit: www.jenniferhamady.com
Jennifer Hamady is a voice coach and psychotherapist in NYC, and the author of The Art of Singing