Jennifer Diepman grew up in the United States and began performing on various instruments, directing, and teaching music at an early age. She was awarded superior ratings in piano, oboe, and vocal performance and received the John Philip Sousa award for oboe performance and the Fred J. Miller Outstanding Achievement award for directing. Jennifer has enjoyed performing experiences with John Williams, Christoph von Dohnányi, and Kenny Rogers. She graduated summa cum laude from Cleveland State University with a Bachelor’s degree in vocal and instrumental music education.
In 2002, she moved to the Netherlands to be with her Dutch husband. In the Netherlands, Jennifer has taught music privately and at several elementary and secondary schools in English and in Dutch. She has also directed adult vocal and instrumental groups and accompanied choirs.
In her spare time Jennifer likes to make music with her husband and two daughters, go horseback riding, play basketball, and go to the beach.