A recipient of the first-ever Noël Coward Foundation Cabaret Award and of
Mercer Foundation's Julie Wilson Award, Jennifer has performed with famed
such as Michael Feinstein at Carnegie Hall and Andrea Marcovicci.
Jennifer's cabaret show, "You Made Me Love You-- Celebrating 100 Years of
American Songbook," has been a big hit with audiences from New York to
Omaha and St.
Louis to Palm Beach.
She has performed in musicals and concerts in New York and on national
she's performed as one of three female vocalists in the iconic Radio City
Jennifer is a graduate of The Juilliard School.
"The gifted young cabaret singer Jennifer Sheehan.. presented a smart,
show.. Her strong, supple soprano is matched by an attunement to the
dramatic arc of
song lyrics.. Her streak of playfulness burst open like a sunflower..
Young, good-looking and very astute, Ms. Sheehan gives you hope."
- Stephen Holden, The New York Times
"Jennifer Sheehan definitely makes her audience love her. (The show) is a
showcase for Sheehan's well-trained soprano clarity, her sense of fun,
movements, and movie-star glamour. This is someone cabaret aficionados
proud to call their own. She has moved to the top rung of charmers.
Jennifer Sheehan has got that Cole Porter 'certain thing'-- special,
- Elizabeth Ahlfors, Cabaret Scenes
"A major new voice in cabaret has arrived, and this is wonderful news for
love good songs sung with the kind of artistry that makes each of them
shine like a
- Joe Lang, Jersey Jazz Magazine
Jennifer Sheehan's Upcoming Shows