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Jennie Kwan has one of the most lush and diverse careers in the musical arts. She has recorded with some of the greats in the recording industry including Steve Tyrell, Matthew Gerrard, Kim Bullard, and Beau Dozier. Contracted to Avex Group and Hollywood Records, she received a Gold record for the “Princess Diaries Soundtrack” with girl group “Nobody's Angel."

When Cameron Mackintosh conducted a worldwide search for "Kim" in Miss Saigon, Jennie won the coveted role for the First National Broadway Touring Company. This was the beginning of working with some of the top musical theater composers and directors including Claude-Michel Schonberg and Alain Boubill (Les Miserables), David Caddick (Miss Saigon, Evita), Nicholas Hytner (Miss Saigon), Kristen Hanggi (Bare, Rock of Ages), Jason Moore (Avenue Q, Pitch Perfect), Stephen Oremus (Wicked, Avenue Q), Bobby Lopez (Avenue Q, Frozen, Book of Mormon), Erin Kamler (Land of Smiles, Divorce, the Musical), Jeff Marx, Nathan Wang,

Velina Hasu Houston, Ted Braun, and the late Damon Intrabartolo. Jennie wanted to pass on what she learned and began as a voice instructor with Vocal Power Academy. Her students implored her to open her own coaching business, which is now in its seventeenth year.


Jennie offers a stunning combination of insider skills and methods from her exposure to so many brilliant directors, producers, and artists in the industries of music. The students that benefit from working with Jennie are professional and multi-talented artists across the spectrum of entertainment, spanning from Broadway and National Tours to bands and studio recording artists.

In Jennie's studio, artists strengthen their voice and mind to achieve a level of mastery and technique that they've never been exposed to or knew that they were capable of achieving.  Jennie has a special ability to reach in and find the artist's true voice-the one that makes them stand out from all others. She guides, trains and mentors her artists to build a unique foundation, conquer blocks, and increase their stamina and confidence. They become the artists that directors want to book because they nail their auditions, have the confidence on the job and create unforgettable roles on stage, television, and film.

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