Jennifer Walton: Biography|
Jennifer Walton is the creator of Instrumental Casting. To view her extensive credits, visit the 'Credits' page of this website.
Jennifer began playing violin at the age of 3 and piano at the age of 5.
She toured extensively throughout Europe, South America,
and Asia with the John Biggs Consort from 1974-1980. This ensemble performed music from the Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, and
Continuous musical training was received from her mother, Grammy Award winning vocalist and arranger, Salli Terri,
as well as from her father, John Biggs, composer and founder of the John Biggs Consort.
This training was in the areas of sight-reading,
theory, arranging, improvisation, ornamentation, music
appreciation, and performance practices on period instruments of the Renaissance and
Her other instructors were Nancy Hartley, Jim Sitterly, Elizabeth Holborn, Ed Persi, Dimitrie Leivici, and Peter Marsh.
Jennifer has taught private violin and piano lessons since 1981. Entering California State University, Fullerton, on a piano scholarship, she
double majored briefly, then earned her Bachelor's Degree in Violin Performance.