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Jennifer Fijal-Brevik
Pronouns: she/her
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Teaches: Voice and beginner piano
Styles: Classical, Musical Theatre, Pop, Sacred
Specializes In: Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced

Jennifer grew up with much musical curiosity. She loved to sing and play violin, and later picked up keyboarding and organ skills to become choir director at her church at the age of fourteen. In high school, she learned trombone and eventually became the drum major of the marching band, joined Springfield’s Youth Symphony Orchestra with violin, and kept up with singing and voice lessons all the while. She majored in vocal performance and pedagogy at Plymouth State University and received her Master of Music from New England Conservatory in voice and opera. Upon graduating she worked as a voice teacher and administrative assistant at Falcetti Music! She left for a time to pursue a full-time performance job in the midwest, allowing her to explore multiple styles and to create programming for students and the retired community. She returned to New England where she taught private voice and conducted choirs with the Hartt Community Division. She is also the Music and Arts Director at First Presbyterian Church in Hartford. She was privileged to take an independent study in the Health and Science Department at the University of Hartford to further understand Alzheimer’s Related Dementia and looks forward to creating fulfilling programming for those living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. She is a dedicated breathwork and meditation pupil. Jennifer is happy to again be a part of the Falcetti Music team as the Director of Education as she works to provide quality lessons and programming for communities surrounding Springfield, MA and Simsbury, CT.

*Please note, as Director of Education, Jennifer has limited studio availability.
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My Approach to Teaching

“I strive to provide a patient and kind learning environment that caters to each individual student. Balancing between anatomy, analogies, and physicalization, students will learn the mechanics when necessary, and allow their entire body as an instrument to relax so their voice can flow.”


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jennifer brevik
Jennifer Brevik

Director of Education
Falcetti School of Music

To Contact Jennifer: ( Read My Bio )
  860.932.2424 or 413.374.7458 ( cell/text )

mike lamagna
Mike Lamagna

Education Administrator
Springfield MA

To Contact Mike:
  413-543-1002 Ext 344