Jennifer Rosenfeld on The Franciska Show
Jennifer Rosenfeld believes that building a life and career where her creative expression is center stage is the key to success...and she’s forging the way for others to do the same. A leading arts entrepreneurship educator and speaker, Jennifer has worked with professional artists of all genres on identifying and pursuing their career goals and overcoming the obstacles that come up along the way. She is the co-founder of iCadenza and Cadenza Artists, co-author of Awakening Your Business Brain: an iCadenza Guide to Launching your Music Career and the host of iCadenza’s Creative Careers podcast.
With Bachelor of Arts degrees from Stanford University in History and Slavic Languages and Literatures and a JD/MBA from Stanford Law School and Graduate School of Business, Jennifer has consulted for organizations and universities including Hyatt, Nordstrom, SF MOMA, Stanford University, the Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University, Frost School of Music at University of Miami, Chorus America, and Classical KUSC. Her work with universities has ranged from designing and teaching new coursework on career preparation for musicians, consulting on curriculum development, leading workshops, and facilitating faculty retreats. She also sits on the board of directors of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association, the Los Angeles Master Chorale, and Classical KDFC, the Bay Area’s classical radio station.
Jennifer’s creativity is not only seen in her professional accomplishments, but in her artistic contributions as a musical theater writer and composer. Her 15 minute musical, Fears Anonymous, debuted at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in June 2018 and she is currently writing a musical about the White Rose, a student-led resistance movement in Nazi Germany.