Jennifer Whyte

Jennifer Whyte – Musical Director

Jennifer studied music at Glasgow University and the University of Massachusetts.

Her theatre credits include:  The Midnight Gang (Chichester Festival Theatre); Follies (National Theatre); Caroline Or Change (Chichester Festival Theatre); Boys Will Be Boys (Bush Theatre); The Magistrate (National Theatre); Betty Blue Eyes (Novello Theatre); A Catered Affair (Royal Academy of Music); Les Misérables (Queen’s Theatre); Avenue Q (Noel Coward/Gielgud Theatre); Follies (Glasgow Royal Concert Hall); The Threepenny Opera (National Theatre); Cats (Clear Channel); The Wiz (Royal Academy of Music); Sunset Boulevard (UK Tour); My Fair Lady (National Theatre); Whistle Down The Wind (Aldwych Theatre); The Phantom of the Opera (UK Tour); Martin Guerre (UK Tour); Show Boat (Prince Edward Theatre); Dames At Sea (Byre Theatre).

In television and film:  Pop Idol II (ITV); Can’t Sing Singers (BBC); Hit Me Baby One More Time (ITV); Soapstar Superstar (ITV); Children in Need (BBC); Phantom of the Opera (Really Useful Films) and Les Misérables (Working Title).

As composer/arranger:  Can’t Sing Singers (BBC); Children in Need (BBC); Tsunami Prayers (BBC); Vet Safari (BBC); Shehallion, a Celtic dance show; The Famished Land, an Irish folk musical; Underworld, an Prohibition musical; Jennifer Whyte – Stories (Mozart Records), a solo album of music for piano and orchestra; Les Misérables 21st Anniversary (Queen’s Theatre); Daniel Boys – So Close.