Jennifer Bliman is a classically-trained French horn player who is best known for her whimsical French horn shows. Jennifer plays in numerous orchestras and bands all over Southern California and is currently the principal horn player for the San Fernando Valley Symphony Orchestra. Jennifer plays as a studio musician in Los Angeles and has recorded for major television networks, as well as major motion pictures and commercials. She has played for numerous regional theater productions throughout Los Angeles, having most recently played for Broadway's original Belle in "Beauty and the Beast". She has shared the stage with great artists including Sally Struthers, Robert Goulet, Florence Henderson, Michael York, Shirley Jones, Patrick Cassidy, and Dick Van Dyke. Jennifer has performed featured solos on tour all around the world...But, her favorite performing place will always remain in Anaheim, California when she was a performer at Disneyland.
In 2009, Jennifer began performing a one-woman show in the Royal Room Lounge at the Canoga Bowl in Winnetka, CA, where she would dress in costume and play music to match the theme of the show. Jennifer performs atypical music for the French horn while taking the horn out of its traditional classical setting, so that the music can be appreciated by all audiences. She plays a wide range of music from Broadway showtunes to jazz standards.
Member: AFM Local 47 and SAG-AFTRA
Bachelor of Arts: UCLA--University of California, Los Angeles
Master of Music: USC--University of Southern California
Both degrees in French Horn Performance
Jennifer's teachers include Brian O'Connor, Jim Thatcher, and Kristy Morrell.