JENNA PASQUA, singer, actor, and lyricist/composer. Performance credits include The Kennedy Center; Lincoln Center, Alice Tully Hall; Tilles Center. Jenna attended The Long Island High School for the Performing Arts, majoring in Musical Theatre. She went on to study voice at the Juilliard School on scholarship & earned her BFA in Acting from Montclair State University. Jenna co-wrote the new Rock Opera, Tess, with her sister Annie, and recently played Tess, at the New York Music Theatre Festival. Jenna is also the recording vocalist for Tanya Khordoc, Barry Weil, and Adam Bernsteins, new Musical, Home, which was the Recipient of the 2011 Project Grant from The Jim Henson Foundation.
ROBERT HOFFMANN has developed his vocal and teaching ability through a variety of life experiences and is a graduate of Hunter College with a Master’s in Music Education. He achieved a 3-night record-breaking draw to New York’s China Club at the peak of its popularity, and his CD Believe was produced by Grammy award winner Richard Oliver. He has earned the respect of top studio musicians such as Richie Canata and Peter Yaro. He is a vocal instructor, teaching confidence from proper breathing and vocal exercises. He specializes in working with elementary students, and is also skilled in teaching. He has been teaching elementary choir at the Great Neck Public Schools for the last thirteen years. He is also a composer who has compiled a library of over 350 songs and is affiliated with the: National Association for Music Education (NAFME), New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) and the American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers (ASCAP).