Jennifer Schloming holds degrees from Stanford University and Reed College in Human Biology and Music Medicine. She and her husband performed and taught master classes in Baroque repertoire in two international concert tours sponsored by the U.S. government. She studied harpsichord at Scripps College and served as the professional vocal accompanist for Pomona College. She has worked with the Oregon Symphony, Portland Opera, the Portland Baroque Orchestra, the Jefferson Baroque Orchestra, the Rogue Valley Symphony, the Rogue Opera, Rogue Valley Chorale, and Siskiyou Singers, to name a few. She is also a clinically certified hypnotherapist and works with issues of performance anxiety. Having once lost her hands to multiple sclerosis, she tries to remember that it's all a gift.