CEO and Co-Founder
Jennifer Rosenfeld is the CEO of iCadenza and President of Cadenza Artists. She has extensive experience working with artists of all genres on identifying and pursuing their professional goals, and overcoming the obstacles that come up along the way. She has also worked with organization leaders on creating a culture of innovation and developing promotional and strategic initiatives. Having trained as a pianist and singer, Jennifer received her Bachelor of Arts Degrees from Stanford University in History and Slavic Languages and Literatures and a JD/MBA from Stanford Law School and Graduate School of Business. Jennifer developed broad experience using the Design Thinking methods on consulting projects for Hyatt, Nordstrom, and SF MOMA. Jennifer sits on the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association and Classical KDFC, the Bay Area’s classical radio station .
President and Co-Founder
Julia Torgovitskaya is CEO of Cadenza Artists and President of iCadenza. A trained opera singer, Julia Torgovitskaya relates first-hand to the ever-changing challenges facing performing artists. She has extensive consulting experience, and her writings have been published in international publications. Having earned a Master of Science in Executive Leadership from the University of San Diego, Julia is passionate about introducing artists to the concept of approaching their career development with an entrepreneurial mindset, and using proven business concepts for their personal career success. This is also the spirit with which she leads the Cadenza Artists staff team. Julia earned Bachelor of Arts degrees with High Honors in Music, International Relations, and Russian and East European Studies at Tufts University, where she also earned a Minor in Philosophy. Julia received Beta Gamma Sigma distinction for her graduate studies and Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa for her undergraduate work. Julia sits on the board of Ohana Arts.
Greg Kastelman has performed as a vocalist across the world, with performances ranging from Carnegie Hall in New York City to the Premios Cervantes at the University of Alacalá de Henares. Greg earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, graduating Cum Laude with equivalent minors in Spanish and Philosophy from Tufts University. Having lived, worked, and traveled extensively in over three continents, he is particularly passionate about cross-cultural artistic dialogue, and has a special love of Jazz and music from the African Diaspora. As a graphic designer, Greg is passionate about helping artists create comprehensive branding strategies for their specific performance projects. He uses these interest, skills, and backgrounds to coordinate performance tours and appearances for Cadenza Artists at centers and festivals across North America and worldwide.