Songs for a Summer Night: Juliet Garrett

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Celebrate the longest days of the year. Feel the haze of retrograde lifting. Join together in community and spend your June Full Moon listening to beautiful live music in Guild Hall’s intimate garden theater with Juliet, friends, and some very special guests.

Bringing along a band that includes Chuck Staab on drums and Ross Bellenoit on guitar, Juliet and company deliver you a “remedy for the soul” (Camden Live). 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.

Raised on Shelter Island, Juliet performed across Europe before returning home during the pandemic, where she has continued to remain active – performing livestreams in support of her favorite venues, from the Green Note in London to Rockwood Music Hall in New York, as well as appearing on tastemaker Annie O’s music series. She is currently at work on her next collection of songs at the Honeyjar in Brooklyn.

Her last EP, “Corners of Pretend,” was recorded at AIR studios and Snap studios in London and released in March.

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  • Juliet Garrett

    Singer-songwriter Juliet Garrett’s music is “a remedy for the soul” (Camden Live). Raised on Shelter Island, her songs toe the line between observation and fantasy, inviting the listener to join her in believing in our better angels. With songs that are “well-written and refreshing” (Polyvinyl), Juliet’s “sound evokes comparison to the best seventies songwriters while still remaining fresh” (Independent Music News). She has remained active during lockdown, playing live streams in support of her favorite venues to play in person— from Rockwood Music Hall in New York to the Green Note in London — and cultivating a dedicated online audience. She has also transformed her childhood bedroom into a recording studio, and is hard at work on new songs. Her first EP, Corners of Pretend, was released on March 19th and is available on all streaming platforms. 


Theater Programming supported in part by the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, Barbara Slifka, The Schaffner Family Foundation, Straus Family Foundation, Brown Harris Stevens, Michael Balmuth, Blythe Danner, Lang Insurance, and funding from The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming and The Melville Straus Family Endowment 
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Special thanks to Marty and Michele Cohen, Ben Krupinski Builder, Hollander Design, and Groundworks Landscaping
All Musical Programming supported in part by The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming

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