Clarinetist Jarrett Hoffman is a member of Orchestra 914 and the Taconic Opera Orchestra, and has performed with the West Point Band, The Orchestra Now, Fresh Squeezed Opera, Orchestra 201, and Hudson Opera Theater. He has also been featured on the Orchestra 914 Chamber Series, has been a prize-winner at the Philharmonic Society of Arlington Young Artist Competition, and has performed at venues such as the Barclays Center and Carnegie Hall.

His fellowships have included summers at Round Top Festival Institute, Brevard Music Center, Marrowstone Music Festival, the Banff Centre, and Atlantic Music Festival, the latter two with a focus on contemporary chamber music. In 2017, he arranged and recorded pop and folk songs to help raise funds for the humanitarian nonprofit Uganda Village Project.

In music journalism, he is the managing editor of ClevelandClassical.com, has written for Early Music America, and has been a fellow at the Rubin Institute for Music Criticism.

He is a graduate of Manhattan School of Music (Master of Music) and Oberlin College & Conservatory (Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Arts). His former teachers include Anthony McGill (New York Philharmonic principal clarinet), Richard Hawkins (Oberlin Conservatory clarinet professor), and Jeanne Frieben (West Virginia Symphony bass clarinet).