Jennifer Enchelmaier is a sought-after collaborative pianist and was recently appointed to sessional staff at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. Earlier this year she recorded Light in Dark, the piano works of Australian composer Tom Henry. Jennifer studied piano at the Tasmanian Conservatorium with Beryl Sedivka, as well as chamber music with Professor Jan Sedivka.
Following further study in France with Cécile Ousset and Odile Poisson, she was awarded a Premier Prix with distinction from the Conservatoire de Nice. Jennifer has been a finalist at the Premio Fausto Zadra international piano competition (Italy), performed and recorded new music for the University of Glasgow and was a tutor and staff accompanist at the Melbourne Conservatorium. Jennifer was a founding member of Melbourne new music ensemble Six Degrees.