Jennifer Trijo is a Filipino-Australian multi-disciplinary creative based in Adelaide. She holds a Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Education (UNSW) and honed her craft as a cabaret singer and musician, touring with Skeed Entertainment. She is credited in notable theatre productions as a performer, orchestral musician, composer, and music director, and made her professional debut as Kim in the Australian tour of Miss Saigon.

She has written and produced the critically-acclaimed show Someday – a Mindful Cabaret which features her original music combined with spoken word and motivational talks based on mindfulness and psychology. She has studied a Diploma of Positive Psychology and is passionate about how the arts can improve psychological wellbeing.

Jennifer is an actor at ActNow Theatre, a musician in the Nexus Arts Orchestra, and a voice coach at the Elder Conservatorium of Music training emerging music theatre artists. She has been a member of the MEAA since 2007. She recently toured as an actor-musician in the Australian production of Once the Musical (DTC | BSSTC).


Once the Musical – Black Swan State Theatre Company & Darlinghurst Theatre Company

Jennifer’s latest Meditations

Someday (Music/Cabaret) | Adelaide Fringe Festival

I’ve been very busy over the past month refining my new original music show for the Adelaide Fringe Festival. After developing the single ‘Someday‘ through the Interplay artist development program in 2020, I’ve decided to curate a selection of my original songs to present as a mindful cabaret. I’ve incorporated positive psychology and neuroscience intoContinue reading “Someday (Music/Cabaret) | Adelaide Fringe Festival”


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