March 7th, 2023 9pm Stage 2
Singer-songwriter Juliet Garrett’s music is “a remedy for the soul” (Camden Live). Raised on Shelter Island, NY, Juliet has performed across Europe from London to Berlin, Amsterdam to Malmo, though she claims Rockwood Music Hall in NY as her favorite venue. During the pandemic, she remained active-- performing livestreams and virtual benefit festivals, appearing on tastemaker Annie O’s music series, and releasing her first EP, "Corners of Pretend" (recorded before lockdown in London). She is currently at work on her next collection of songs at the Honeyjar in Brooklyn with producer Devin Greenwood and collaborator Chuck Staab. Described as “unique, fresh, and powerful” (Cheers to the Vikings), Juliet’s “mesmerising” songs are guaranteed to leave you feeling warm, uplifted, and a little more connected.
JACOB FJELDHEIM is Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter, composer, orchestrator, and music director originally from Cape Canaveral, Florida. He’s written music for four full-length musicals, including The Quantification of Relative Human Insignificance (book & lyrics, Lauren Taslitz), which was a finalist for the 2018 Sigworks MT Lab and a semi-finalist for the O’Neill MT Conference in 2017 and 2018; Big Deal (book & lyrics, Keurim Hur), an excerpt of which was produced by Musical Theatre Factory in 2017 as part of their “4x15” series; and Ultimate Storytime (book, Thomas Sanders), which recorded an original cast recording before embarking on a national tour in 2016. Both The Quantification and Big Deal received 29-hr readings at NYU Tisch’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program. In 2018, Lauren and Jacob were awarded a developmental residency at the Catwalk Institute for a new musical, For the Birds. He performed a concert of his work at Lincoln Center in 2018 as part of the library’s Broadway’s Future Songbook series and another concert of his work at Barrington Stage Company, produced by William Finn. His orchestrations and arrangements have been featured at A.R.T., Barrington Stage, Harvard University, the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, with Cirque du Soleil, and with Rodgers & Hammerstein for their “RnH Goes Pop!” Youtube series. Jacob served as music associate on John Cameron Mitchell’s podcast musical “Anthem: Homunculus.” MFA: Graduate Musical Theatre Writing, NYU Tisch. BS & BA: Math & Physics, University of Florida.