Someday music video | Nexus Arts

Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of recording a music video for my single Someday live on the Nexus Arts stage. I sincerely thank Nexus Arts, the Music Development Office, Emily Tulloch (artistic director), Naomi Keyte (artist development officer), Aaron Schuppan (video), Noni Espinosa (audio/lighting), Tom Barnes (audio), Evelyn Saito (hair/makeup), Olivia Freear (stylist), and Jakub Gaudasinski (electric cello) for making this project possible. This video is now live on Nexus Arts’ Vimeo page here.

In a time where there are more obstacles than ever for independent musicians to perform their music live, I encourage you to support your favourite artists. If you like this music video please share it. You can visit my Bandcamp artist page here to purchase the studio version of my song, which features Emma Luker (violin), or give it as a gift to someone who needs to hear these words. Your support is much appreciated.

Someday is for every person who has stood at the threshold of their dreams yet lacked the courage to act. This bittersweet pop ballad is a reminder that the longer one waits to act on their desires the harder they will be to attain.

Enjoy these behind-the-scenes images from our shoot and keep following my meditations.

Published by Jennifer Trijo

Jennifer is the founder of The Serenade Files, a resource for creative entrepreneurs. Her published work has appeared in Limelight Magazine,, Australian Teacher Magazine, and Social Alternatives Journal. She holds a Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Education (UNSW), Certificate of Journalism, and a Diploma of Business Management via scholarship. She is a singing tutor for the Bachelor of Music Theatre course at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, an actor at ActNow Theatre, and a musician in the Nexus Arts Orchestra. Jennifer is a versatile performer with over 20 years of professional experience in the creative industries. She has recently toured as part of the cast of Once the musical, Australia, and has written and performed a critically-acclaimed original show for the Adelaide Fringe and Edinburgh Festival Fringe Online titled Someday - a Mindful Cabaret.

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