Jennifer Wright, M.M., B.M., is a keyed-instruments performer, composer, educator, graphic artist, event producer, destroyer of pianos, culture-maker and passionate aficionada of the creative life.
Her work explores the fluid intersections between artistic disciplines to create adventurous contexts for modern art music performance that seek to deliver memorable – hopefully even life-changing – cultural events and reshape the landscape of performative experience.
Jennifer graduated summa cum laude from the Hartt School of Music in Hartford, CT with a Bachelor of Music in piano performance (along with a Bachelor of Arts in German Studies) and studied for two years at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst (Stuttgart Music Conservatory) and Universität Stuttgart in Germany.
She was awarded several Distinctions for her Masters Degree achievements in performance and musicological research at the Trinity College of Music in London, England in the Historically Informed Piano Performance degree program.
Her studies have also included extensive training in piano pedagogy, jazz and popular styles, period instruments including the harpsichord, solo and group voice, theater and composition.