Jennifer Trijo – KEYS TO A WOMAN’S HEART (Sydney & Adelaide Fringe Festivals 2012)

Jennifer Trijo and the Regent Street Big Band

Photographer credit: Kim Buenaflor

Long Weekend Bloggin’ – PART THREE {On the Fringe w/ Keys to a Woman’s Heart}

“Jennifer Trijo has a simply stunning voice, not only is this important to this show but she is simply divine with her 17 piece band and with the crowd, talking her way through so truly lovely songs.

The second half of the show reduced me to tears in her touching tribute to a late great musical theatre star and her close friend.

Jennifer Trijo played Kim in the recent Australian tour version of Miss Saigon which is still my favourite musical and I can see why she was cast, she is truly fab.

I can’t say enough good things about this performance it is heads and tails above anything else Sydney Fringe wise I have seen in the past three years.

I just wish artists like this got more recognition and people cared less about the latest reality TV star. Hmmmm thinking about that Karise Eden’s five minutes of fame really was just that huh?

Anyway a perfect way to spend the long weekend was listening to the voice of Jennifer Trijo belt out Whitney classics, Alicia Keys & her own tunes. The girl can sing, play piano and is simply stunning. Big love to this fringe performance, however I think you belong in a spotlight not the Fringe honey, yep I am doing it 5 amazing stars.”

Randy Andy 24 – Randy Andy’s Blog (Oct 4, 2012)


March 22, 2012 at 8:05 am # “This was an excellent performance, engaging (audience participation) fun, entertaining and moving. Jennifer touched us as her mood reflected the depth of each song from fun, to reminiscent,romantic to the pain and loss of love. It was an amazing performance and well suited to the venue. The soul box was charming.
Thank you Jennifer for sharing so much of yourself both your gifts, talents and belief with the people present for this personal journey.”

hdridan Review – TalkFringe (Mar 22, 2012)
March 21, 2012 at 11:10 am # “Jennifer delivered an absolutely magnificent performance. Her own songs were simply beautiful, which resulted in my friend almost in tears. Her tribute to Whitney Houston reminded us that although she might have passed on, her music still lives on.”

Messi10 Review – TalkFringe (Mar 22, 2012)


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