Julienne Dweck is a singer-songwriter and music educator based in New York City. Julienne has released two albums of original works, "On Paper" and "Black Licorice", and performs throughout the New York and New Jersey area. 

          Her debut album “On Paper”, 2010, was released with glowing reviews from the music press, as well being featured in the Saks Fifth Ave Fashion Blog. The song “Invisible” was a finalist in 2014’s Recording Festival- International Music Competition and “Happy” was a finalist in 2013's Newsong Mountainstage Contest.

          With the release of her second album ,“Black Licorice” , in October of 2015, she moved toward a more indie/alternative vibe; combining her organic, acoustic sounds with electronic elements and more eclectic instrumentation.  "If Only", a single off of the album,  was chosen to be part of the annual indie music compilation for Erzetich Audio.  "Black Licorice" was named  one of the top 180 albums in 2015 on NBT music radio.  

     Julienne is currently working on her next new project, while teaching songwriting, instrumentation and music appreciation in a private NYC elementary school.  She has performed in venues such as The Knitting Factory, Rockwood Music Hall, Drom NYC , Pianos, 92YTribeca, and Redbank's Count Basie Theatre.  She has taken part in various festivals including SXSW,  David and Goliath Indie music festival, as well as the 2016 CMJ music festival in NYC.  Julienne resides in downtown Manhattan with her husband and three children.  For inquires about performances or songwriting sessions, go to "contact" page.