Jennifer began playing violin at the age of 3 and piano at the age of 5.

jenniferwaltonShe toured extensively throughout Europe, South America, and Asia with the John Biggs Consort from ages 9-15. This ensemble performed music from the Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, and Contemporary Eras. 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 instruments of the Renaissance and Baroque Eras. 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 to all ages since 1981. Entering California State University, Fullerton, on a piano scholarship, she double majored briefly, then earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Violin Performance. Jennifer performs regularly with Viofonik, Harry Scorzo & Flashback, and Family Trio.

Jennifer has appeared as ‘Violinist’ in numerous tv shows such as Friends and Seinfeld and has performed on hundreds of major motion picture soundtracks as well as playing on the Emmy Awards and the Tonight Show.

She has played in the notable string sections on CDs for Michael Jackson, Neil Diamond, Diana Krall, Nora Jones, Ray Charles, Barry Manilow, Faith Hill, David Foster, Natalie Cole, Christina Aguilera, Brian McKnight and live performances on The Jay Leno Show and so many more.

Jennifer is overseeing and musically directing film scenes in current movie production Blood Crushed Altar.


A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) – Warner Brothers
Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle – Universal Studios
Agent Cody Banks – MGM and UA
Alien 4: Resurrection – 20th Century Fox
America’s Sweethearts – Columbia
American Pie – Universal Studios
Analyze This – Warner Brothers
Angela’s Ashes – Paramount Pictures and Universal Studios
The Animal – Columbia
Antwone Fisher – 20th Century Fox
Armageddon – Walt Disney Pictures
As Good As It Gets – Columbia
At First Sight – MGM and UA
Atlantis: The Lost Empire – Walt Disney Pictures
Bad Company – Walt Disney Pictures
Batman and Mr. Freeze: Subzero – Warner Brothers
Bella Mafia – Konigsberg
Big Daddy – Columbia
Biodome – MGM and UA
The Black Knight – 20th Century Fox
Blade – Juno Entertainment
Blessings – Hamdon Entertainment
Blue Streak – Columbia
Bourne Identity – Universal Studios
Breakdown – Paramount Pictures
Brian’s Song – Columbia
Bug’s Life – Walt Disney Pictures
Calm at Sunset – Lion’s Gate Entertainment
Canterville Ghost – Crown Media International
Cast Away – Dreamworks, Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox
Cats and Dogs – Warner Brothers
Charlie’s Angels – Columbia
Color of Friendship – Walt Disney Pictures
Commandments – Universal Studios
Country Bears – Walt Disney Pictures
Cradle 2 the Grave – Warner Brothers
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button – Warner Bros/Paramount
Deep Blue Sea – Warner Brothers
Deep Impact – Dreamworks, Paramount Pictures
Deep Rising – Walt Disney Pictures
Detroit Rock City – New Line Cinema
Deuce Bigalow, Male Gigolo – Walt Disney Pictures
Diamonds – Miramax Films Corp
Disney’s ‘The Kid’ – Walt Disney Pictures
Dodson’s Journey – 20th Century Fox
Domestic Disturbance – Paramount Pictures
Don’t Say a Word – New Regency Productions, 20th Century Fox
Down to Earth – Paramount Pictures
Dr. Doolittle – 20th Century Fox
Dr. Seuss’ Cat in the Hat – Dreamworks, Paramount Pictures, and Universal Studios
Dragonfly – Universal Studios
Eddie – MGM and UA, and Walt Disney Pictures
Enemy of the State – Walt Disney Pictures
Enterprise (Star Trek) – CBS Television Network
Extreme Adventures of Super Dave – MGM and UA
First-Time Felon – HBO
For Love of the Game – Universal Studios
For Richer or Poorer – Universal Studios
Futurama – 20th Century Fox
Glitter – Columbia and 20th Century Fox
Going for Broke – CBS Television Network
Gone in 60 Seconds – Walt Disney Pictures
Hardball – Paramount Pictures
Head of State – Dreamworks and Paramount Pictures
Home Alone 3 – 20th Century Fox
Hunted – Paramount Pictures
Hush – Columbia
I Know What You Did Last Summer – Columbia
I Spy – Columbia
Ice Age – 20th Century Fox
In Too Deep – Miramax Films Corp
Jack Frost – Warner Brothers
JAG – CBS Television Network
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back – Miramax Films Corp
John Carpenter’s ‘Escape from LA’ – Paramount Pictures
Josie and the Pussycats – Universal Studios
Just Married – 20th Century Fox
Kissing a Fool – Universal Studios
Krippendor’s Tribe – Walt Disney Pictures
Loser – Columbia
Lost and Found – Warner Brothers
Love Struck – Walt Disney Pictures
Love! Valour! Compassion! – New Line Cinema
Mafia! – Walt Disney Pictures
The Majestic – Warner Brothers
Man of the House – Columbia
Meet the Parents – Dreamworks, Paramount Pictures, and Universal Studios
Men of Honor – 20th Century Fox
Molly – MGM and UA
Monster-In-Law – New Line Cinema
Mulan – Walt Disney Pictures
Murder by Numbers – Warner Brothers
My First Mister – Paramount Pictures
My Giant – Castle Rock Entertainment
Mystery Men – Universal Studios
Mystery, Alaska – Walt Disney Pictures
National Security – Columbia
Need For Speed – DreamWorks
Nutty Professor 2: The Klumps – Universal Studios
October Sky – Universal Studios
On the Line – Miramax Films Corp
One Night at McCool’s – Paramount Pictures and Universal Studios
One True Thing – Universal Studios
The One – Columbia
Osmosis Jones – Warner Brothers
The Other Sister – Walt Disney Pictures
The Out of Towners – Paramount Pictures
Overnight Delivery – New Line Cinema
The Panic Room – Columbia
The Parent Trap – Walt Disney Pictures
Patch Adams – Universal Studios
The Patriot – Columbia
Paulie – Dreamworks and Paramount Pictures
Pearl Harbor – Walt Disney Pictures
Pentagon Wars – HBO
Perfect Murder – Warner Brothers
Pleasantville – New Line Cinema
Pluto Nash – Warner Brothers
Practical Magic – Warner Brothers
Queen of the Damned – Warner Brothers
Quest for Camelot – Warner Brothers
Reindeer Games – Miramax Films Corp
Remember the Titans – Walt Disney Pictures
The Replacements – Warner Brothers
Rounders – Miramax Films Corp
Save the Last Dance – Paramount Pictures
Scary Movie 2 – Miramax Films Corp
The Scorpion King – Universal Studios
Scream 3 – Miramax Films Corp
Serendipity – Miramax Films Corp
Serenity – Universal Studios
Sex and Mrs. X – King Telpro/Entertainment Partners
She’s So Lovely – Miramax Films Corp
Six Days, Seven Nights – Walt Disney Pictures
Sixth Sense – Walt Disney Pictures
Small Soldiers – Dreamworks, Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios
Sorority Boys – Walt Disney Pictures
South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut – Paramount Pictures, and Warner Brothers
Species 2 – MGM and UA
Star Trek: Insurrection – Paramount Pictures
Starship Troopers – Columbia and Walt Disney Pictures
Stepsister from Planet Weird – Walt Disney Pictures
Stigmata – MGM and UA
Stuart Little – Columbia
Substance of Fire – Miramax Films Corp
Superman – Warner Brothers
Supernova – MGM and UA
Swordfish -Warner Brothers
Texas Rangers – Miramax Films Corp
That Championship Season – MGM and UA
Thin Red Line – 20th Century Fox
Three Kings – Warner Brothers
Tigger Movie – Walt Disney Pictures
Turbulence – Rysher Entertainment
Unfaithful – 20th Century Fox
Urban Legend – Columbia
Varsity Blues – Paramount Pictures
What About Love – Quality Films
What Lies Beneath – Dreamworks, Paramount Pictures, and 20th Century Fox
What Women Want – Paramount Pictures
Windtalkers – MGM and UA
Triple X – Columbia
You’ve Got Mail – Warner Brothers
Zoolander – Paramount Pictures
12 Angry Men – MGM and UA
14 Hours – CBS Television Network
15 Minutes – New Line Cinema
28 Days – Columbia