Jeanette Pincus began singing on
stage when she performed Benjamin Britten's "A Boy Was Born,"
along with the New York City Opera Children's Chorus at Merkin
Concert Hall at the age of 5.
Through the years she has sung
with the Canticum Novum Singers under the direction of Harold
Rosenbaum, jazz legend Marian McPartland, the Mark Morris Dance
Group, famous composer/comedian P.D.Q. Bach (twice at Carnegie
has toured Italy as a soloist, and has played saxophone in various
jazz, Dixieland, and symphonic bands as well as behind saxophone
legend Michael Brecker.
Mrs. Pincus attended SUNY Geneseo
and earned her B.S. degree at Hofstra University where she was
active in voice, piano, and saxophone. She also did graduate work
at Queens College, and received her Masters Degree from Five Towns
College. Before coming to JFK, Mrs. Pincus taught choir, music
theory, and music history at Sacred Heart Academy in Hempstead,
Mrs. Pincus singing on tour in Italy,