Jennifer WolfeAssistant Professor of Music
Jennifer Wolfe, assistant professor of music and staff accompanist, holds master’s degrees in choral conducting and piano performance from the University of Illinois and Michigan State University. In addition to her classroom teaching (Aural Skills and First-Year Seminar), she directs the Women’s Chamber Choir and advises for the FOCUS and SOAR programs. A busy collaborative pianist, she is also a founding director of the West Michigan Children's Choir.
Ms. Wolfe wrote the instructors’ manual for the early editions of Jeremy Yudkin’s music appreciation text Understanding Music, and published a children’s book, The Mess, in 2002.
A native of Canada, she is married to Chapel Choir director Brad Richmond, and they have two sons in college.