Welcome. If you’ve ever watched a Super Bowl Halftime, seen a show at Radio City Music Hall or on network TV, been moved by Special Olympics, marveled at the Statue of Liberty, been impressed by a well-written speech by an Oscar-winning actor, heard great original music at Fortune 500 or private event, or laughed at a one- man comedy cabaret, you’ve seen or heard the kind of interdisciplinary services we provide. Come take a closer look.
The Best Outcomes
Record TV viewership: Super Bowl XXVII Halftime with Michael Jackson
Increased fundraising: United Way of New York, Special Olympics
The Best Experience
Jazz at Lincoln Center, Radio City Music Hall, 3 Olympic ceremonies, World Cup Soccer
The Best Training
Harvard University, The National Endowment for the Arts
Jeffrey Ernstoff founded Ernstoff Creative Services in 2004 –a one stop shopping resource for writing, music, corporate communications, special events and innovation projects. He is the former Creative Director for Special Events at Radio City Music Hall Entertainment, and the arts component of The Fortune Global Forum. He currently serves as Creative Director for the Kellogg Innovation Network. He earned his Masters degree in Arts Programming from Harvard University, is a three-time Fellow at the National Endowment for the Arts, a member of the American Society of Composers and Publishers (ASCAP) and a lifetime member of the Writers Guild of America (WGA). He lectures and performs on woodwinds and percussion.
NEWS & UPDATES
October 2018. Rehearsals for Jeffrey Ernstoff's one-man show, Exactly 87 Minutes with an Unstable American Musician, in Washington, DC.
September 2018. Directing and performing in Etudes for Innovation, Opus 10 - a 90-minute "informance" featuring international virtuosi - at The World Innovation Network (TWIN) Global Forum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
February 2018. Performance of the Jeffrey Ernstoff Trio with vocalist Hillary Gardner for Valentine's Day, Harvard Club of New York.
February 2018. Completion of 10 short pieces for flute, oboe, French horn, and bass clarinet.
January 2018. Jazz performances at Tokyo's Jazz Bird Club; visit to factories of Yanagisawa Saxophones and Kotato Flutes, Japan.