Jennifer Graf is a professional soprano who sings regularly in Philadelphia, New York, and throughout the Northeastern United States. She made her European debut in August of 2007 at the International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival in England, where she was nominated for the award of Best Female Voice. Jennifer returned to the Festival in 2008 to sing the role of Mabel in Pirates of Penzance. She is at home in opera, musical theatre, oratorio, and early music; and holds a Master of Music Degree in vocal performance from New England Conservatory, where she graduated magna cum laude. Some of her credits include roles in The Pirates of Penzance, The Marriage of Figaro, La Boheme, Carmen, The Impresario, The Chocolate Soldier, Meet Me in St. Louis, Camelot, Handelâ€™s Messiah, Vivaldiâ€™s Gloria, Bachâ€™s St. Matthew Passion, and Bach\'s Cantata 202.
Jennifer is also Founder and General Director of Olde Towne Carolers, a professional holiday music company that performs in the eastern Pennsylvania region. To find out more about Olde Towne Carolers, visit: www.oldetownecarolers.com.
She has often been a guest soloist with the Terry Randall Trio, singing jazz standards and favorite show tunes for enthusiastic audiences. Jennifer lives in Pennsylvania with her husband, Brian Smith.
Terry Musselman is a professional piano player who has performed in SE Pennsylvania for over forty years. He specializes in playing light jazz, standards, show tunes, and soft pop. Terry regularly performs with the Terry Randall Trio in addition to solo performances. To find out more about Terry Musselman, visit: www.terryrandalltrio.com.