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Jennie Mortimer is an award winning Australian performer with over 30 years experience in the music industry.

Both Jennie's parents were professional string players, who toured Australia with JC Williamsons Theatre Company.

Jennie's Mother eventually taught Piano and Cello and her Father Philip, was Principal Violin with The Elizabethan Theatre Trust Melbourne Orchestra, known today as Orchestra Victoria.

Jennie started singing at 15 years of age and successfully appeared on television talent shows. She started performing professionally at just 18 years of age, in her first musical, "Guys and Dolls" as a young Salvation Army Girl, thanks to her first dance teacher Betty Pounder.

Jennie earned a reputation of having a powerful voice, great stage presence and excellent harmony skills which led to her working further in Professional Theatre, Cabaret and jingles.

Jennie studied all facets of singing from Classical to Music Theatre through Trinity College London and obtained a Diploma of Dance through the Dance Factory Melbourne.
Jennie has toured and worked with contemporary artists such as: Boney M, The Village People, Ronnie Corbett, Marica Hines just to name a few.

Jennie continues to perform everything from Jazz through to popular repertoire and of course her favourite Music Theatre Pieces, she is looking forward to a fantastic 2020 full of fabulous musical performances.

 Singer, artist, performer
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