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Julienne Dweck is a singer-songwriter and music educator based in New York City.  Julienne has released two full length albums of original works, On Paper, Black Licorice, an EP Sparkles in the Concrete, and her most recent single "Lazy Ethics" .  

Her original music has had various placements.  Most recently "Sparkles in the Concrete" was placed in the feature film Lost Girls; Angie's Story.  The song "Lazy Ethics" will be featured in the upcoming documentary Robbed: a Mother's Peril.  "Happy" was featured on the BMW/MiniCooper website. 

Julienne has performed in venues across NY and NJ including 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 CMJ music festival in NYC.  “Invisible” was a finalist in 2014’s Recording Festival- International Music Competition and “Happy” was a finalist in 2013's Newsong Mountainstage Contest. 

Julienne currently works as a music educator focused on composition and songwriting. Her research on the Social Emotional Benefits of Songwriting in Elementary Grades is published through Sage Journal Publications.


Julienne Dweck resides in New York City with her husband and three children.  

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