Rose Stoller, Emma Frank, Julia Bailen

July 28th, 2022 8:30pm   Stage 3


Rose Stoller


Rose Stoller is an NYC based multidisciplinary artist. She performs as a jazz vocalist, experimental musician, solo singer-songwriter, theater artist, and more. In her original music, she merges her influence of contemporary jazz, r&b, Laurel Canyon folk rock, Brazilian Popular Music, and ambient soundscapes into a corner of her own. Recent accolades include working with Ragnar Kjartansson at The Guggenheim Museum in NYC, Billy Martin of Medeski Martin & Wood, and more. Rose has worked as an actor and collaborator in various theatrical productions, both with her co-created production company, Rascal Arts, and with other groups nationally. Recent involvement include The Atlantic Center for the Arts (New Smyrna Beach, Florida), The Puzzle Festival of New Works (NYC) and The New Harmony Project (Indianapolis).

Emma Frank


Emma Frank is a songwriter and singer living in Brooklyn. She describes her performances as Folk-Burlesque - no corporeal nudity, but very revealing nevertheless. Is it funny? Is it sad? Is it life-affirming? She sure hopes so. She just recorded her fifth studio album on Nettwerk Music and Justin Time Records and it's going to come out soon.

Julia Bailen


Julia Bailen is a native New Yorker, singer-songwriter, and artist. She is one third of the band BAILEN along with her brothers Daniel and David. Together, they released their debut record Thrilled to Be Here on Fantasy Records produced by Grammy winning producer, John Congleton. Their song “I Was Wrong” reached the top 20 of Billboard’s Adult Alternative Chart and NPR voted their song “Something Tells Me” #5 on the Best Songs of 2019. They have been featured artists on CBS This Morning, The Today Show, the BBC’s Dermot O’Leary’s Radio2 and The One Show. Bailen has headlined in the US and Europe extensively and has opened for artists such as Hozier, Amos Lee, Grace Potter, Joseph, Local Natives, Oh Wonder and The Lone Bellow. They are currently working on their sophomore record with producer Brad Cook (Bon Iver, Snail Mail).