It’s that time of year again when Enlightened Piano Radio is gearing up for their annual awards for 2016. Last year all of YOU were so amazing and sent in emails requesting that I be nominated for “Best Piano Instrumental Album”, and guess what? Not only was I nominated, but I also won and was able to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York.
They are accepting nomination emails now for 2016, and you can send your nomination in until February 29th. I’m not twisting anyone’s arm, but it would be mean a lot to me if I had your support.
If you feel so inclined, please send an email to:
Please include “EPR NOMINATION FOR BEST HOLIDAY ALBUM” in the subject line, and let them know you are wanting to nominate Jennifer Thomas for Winter Symphony for Best Holiday Album.
Nominations MUST be received no later than February 29, 2016 Any nominations received after that date will NOT be considered.
Since today is Christmas, I figure it is my last chance to post this. But here is my full performance last week with the Ensign Symphony and Chorus in Seattle. A little Christmas gift for you :) Merry Christmas! Enjoy!
Here is my newest music video for my arrangement of “Carol of the Bells”, from my new Christmas album Winter Symphony. I hope that if you enjoy it, you will share it on Facebook and any other social media to get the word out. Thank you!
I’m so happy to present you with my newest music video. This is “Alleluia”, an original piece by me featured on my new Christmas album “Winter Symphony”. Featuring soloist Felicia Farerre, the Ensign Chorus, players from the Utah Symphony and Salt Lake City Pops Orchestra.
Also starring Carolynne May Guinup as the runaway teen, and Garren Pocock as the little shepherd boy. Directed by Ryan K. McNeal, cinematography by Tel Stewart (The Piano Guys). I hope you enjoy!