Jeremy Schonfeld is a celebrated singer/songwriter, composer/lyricist, producer, mentor and teacher. His concept album Iron & Coal, produced in Vienna, Austria with producing partners Beat4Feet (Martin Gellner and Werner Stranka), was nominated for several Amadeus Awards (Austrian Grammys). Recently, Iron & Coal received it’s two-night multimedia Concert Event World Premiere at The Strathmore in Bethesda MD, under the direction of Kevin Newbury and conductor David Bloom. The event was the largest ever produced on stage at the Strathmore, featuring 230 musicians and singers.
Additionally, Jeremy’s earlier concert-theatrical piece Drift, was revived in events both in London and in Lancaster PA. 2019 will bring productions of Jer’s shows Spun and Calling All Kates to the stage. Previously, Jeremy created the album 37 Notebooks, featuring noted Broadway veterans Adam Pascal, Tracie Thoms, Julia Murney, and more. “House of Love,” recorded by Shoshana Bean for 37 Notebooks (featuring the Broadway Dreams Chorus), has been recorded and performed numerous times, and is consistently used in many diverse charitable campaigns including Defying Inequality, Rockers on Broadway and the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus annual holiday concert at Town Hall, appropriately billed, “The Holiday House of Love”. Additional albums include Drift, Iron & Coal, and Blue Skies and All. Jeremy wrote and performed two songs for the Clear Blue Tuesday film soundtrack (co-starring Jeremy), and penned the featured single “Babazille Mahlangu” for the Broadway in South Africa campaign. Recently, Jeremy scored a Billboard Top 25 hit with his song “Queen” recorded by Frankie Grande. Favorite performances include Life Ball (Vienna), Hollywood in Vienna (honoring the late great, James Horner), opening ceremonies for the Macabee games both at Madison Square Garden and in Vienna, Austria, and opening for James Taylor.
Jeremy finally “cut the chord” and moved to Beacon NY from Brooklyn (like you do) with beautiful wife Sarah-Jane, young kids Gus and Frances, older daughter Alexandra, and hyper dog, Lily Bunny (Gus named her. Don’t ask.)
General Admission – $25