Music has always been a passion for Jane Henderson. She performed on stage from elementary through high school. Jane studied classical piano, and won top state honors in state wide piano competitions. She also studied guitar, percussion, and jazz piano. At Luther College, she was a member of the world famous Nordic Choir under the direction of Weston Noble, and performed as a soloist her junior and senior years. She began her performing career singing in clubs and recording studios in San Diego. Jane returned to Minnesota, and continued to sing professionally in nightclubs and in the studio. She became part owner of Reel Good Productions, a creative consulting business, where she composed, arranged and produced a variety of audio and video products. One of Jane’s on-going projects includes the production of a CD of Christmas music that is given each year to children at the Minneapolis Children’s Hospital as she and other professional and non-professional singers carol throughout the hospital. She also produced one of her own CDs, “It Might Be Spring”. Jane has performed with a number of groups and ensembles, including a role as one of the original members of “Women Who Cook!", an all women “all star” Twin Cities group. WWC played to consistently sold-out houses at the Guthrie Theater, O’Shaunessy Hall, The Ordway Music Theater, and the State Theater. They toured the Soviet Union performing 8 concerts in Moscow and in the Black Sea resort of Socci. She also enjoyed being the accompanist for the annual Christmas production at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres. In August of 2006, Jane performed as a soloist with the Myron Heaton professional chorale on tour in London, Paris and Salzburg. She is a board member of the Weston Noble Alumni Choir that organizes and stages an event for alumni choir members of any where from 60 to 100 participants. They gather each summer for a week of rehearsal with Dr. Noble, and give a concert at the end of the event. She has recently re-released a CD, “Smile For Me”, and currently has 50 piano students in her music studio. Jane recently played piano at the inaugural luncheon for Gov. Mark Dayton. She continues to perform in clubs, and at private functions.