I once heard Jenny play and speak at the visitors center in Washington DC on a
Sunday evening. Many people applauded her marvelous talent. She then
respectfully ask the audience to refrain from applause, and instead thank the
Lord for life and talents that we all had. What a gesture by a self proclaimed
performance junky. While I deeply admire her tremendous talent, that night I
became more impressed with her humility, her love for Heavenly Father, and her
Jenny's beautiful talents filled the hospital room when my father was dying
due to a subdural hematoma after a fall. The spirit of her music brought much
needed peace to me, my mother and all who visited or cared for my father.
Although I have never met her personally, I will be forever grateful for the
generous way in which she has shared her talents.
Jenny can flat out play.....any kind of music she plays will stir your soul. She
has a gift to play and we all are so glad that such a wonderful person has that
gift. Anyone who can play an instrument and can bring out such feeling and pass
it on to all who listen has a true gift.
I attended a evening fireside Jenny gave at an LDS church some years ago. Her
children played a few numbers too. It was so beautiful and simply
unforgettable. Don't forego any chance you have to hear her perform.
if you have never had to chance to hear Jenny Play this is a MUST DO! I love the
violin and when it is in her hands she gets it to speak to you... it stirs your
soul. I love you Jenny!