2014 40 Under 40 Nominee Jennifer Jester
3/3/2014 (From The Springfield Business Journal) 2014: The field of music has taken Jennifer Jester to both coasts. Lately, music has brought her back home. Jester seized a business opportunity in Springfield by opening a School of Rock franchise last August. She runs the music school with about a dozen part-time employees teaching performance-based music instruction...(link to article)

Something For Everyone
10/6/2011 (From Central Penn Arts Guide): Lancaster, PA – Music For Everyone, a non-profit charitable organization that raises money for music programs for schools and community groups in Lancaster County, is pleased to announce that the Music Business...(Link to article)

Musician uses recital to reach out to the disabled: Proceeds from Jennifer Jester's concert, art auction event to benefit Special Children's Art Foundation
4/22/2007 (From Daily Bruin) Los Angeles, CA - The arts have an amazing capacity to bring people together for altruistic purposes. A requirement for her doctor of musical arts degree in the euphonium, Jennifer Jester’s entrepreneurial concert titled “A Gypsy Brass Extravaganza Out of This World!” will feature more than just her talents...(Link to Article)

Teaching by example: UCLA grad student uses knowledge of several instruments, artistic genres to educate, connect with variety of audiences
11/20/2006 (From Daily Bruin) Los Angeles, CA - Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach. Well, not always. Jennifer Jester, a graduate student studying the euphonium at UCLA, puts this aphorism to shame. At the age of 3, Jester started playing on her mother’s piano. Though the piano dominated her earlier years, she began playing the flute and the euphonium, a type of brass instrument, in school band...(Link to Article)

Wind From Strange Seas
4/12/2006 (From LA Times) Los Angeles, CA - What a beautiful storm. It’s been obvious for ages that, though swaths of jazz improvisation sweep through the music of Vinny Golia’s Large Ensemble, it deserves the same cash & bash underwriting as modern classical symphonic blowharderie...(Link to article)