Alto singer who
attended the University of Ottawa from whence she earned degrees in law,
piano, and voice.
graduating, she went to work for Osler, Hoskin
and Harcourt, specializing in the laws that govern intellectual
property. Concomitantly, she
sang with Tafelmusik, a Toronto-based choir and
orchestra that performs musical masterpieces from the Baroque era.
In 1995, she
relocated to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and joined Voces
Novae et Antiquae. They celebrated their tenth
anniversary in part with a program entitled “The Unknown Handel and
Haydn” at Samuel Fleisher Art Memorial on 18th March 2002. On 13th January 2008,
they returned to the same venue in a performance of Elizabeth Alexander’s
“For So the Children Come”, based on the poem of the same name
by Sophia Lyon Fahs.
Jodi has also
been active in the First Presbyterian Church in Haddonfield, New Jersey,
wearing a variety of hats, such as accompanist at their 2009 talent show,
accompanist of the Sherrerd and Chapel choirs, member
of the Stewardship Committee, and youth choir accompanist. Naturally, she also lends her alto
tones to the church choir.
In her copious
free time, she is a frequent guest artist at the perennial faculty recital
for the Department of Music at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove,