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).