Julie Milgram

Julie Milgram

New York, NY
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About Julie


Julie Milgram is a vocalist/pianist/composer/arranger based in New York City. For the past fifteen years, she has led her own eponymous own New-York based quintet, performing her original jazz music in and around the New York area, and in Canada.

In 2006, Julie started the Cortelyou Composers Collective - a ten-piece jazz orchestra/collective which performs regularly at local venues in the Brooklyn area. She supplements her income by teaching music on a contractual basis in public schools, directing and accompanying three choirs at “Christ the King Church” in Queens, and performing with other groups and as a soloist in all five boroughs. She recently finished a “soon to be released” c.d. of her own music with her New York band Adam Armstrong (bass), Jack Davis (trombone/percussion, Kim Bock(Reeds) and Ernesto Simpson (drums), and Gary Fisher (piano)Julie Milgram, a vocalist/pianist/composer/arranger has been based in New York since May of 2001.

For the past fifteen years, she has led her own New-York based quintet, (the Julie Milgram Quintet) performing her original jazz music in and around the New York area, and in Canada. In 2006, Julie started the Cortelyou Composers Collective - a ten-piece jazz orchestra/collective which performs regularly at local venues in the Brooklyn area. She supplements her income by teaching music on a contractual basis in public schools, directing and accompanying three choirs at “Christ the King Church” in Queens, and performing with other groups and as a soloist in all five boroughs. She recently finished a “soon to be released” c.d. of her own music with her New York band Adam Armstrong (bass), Jack Davis (trombone/percussion, Kim Bock(Reeds) and Ernesto Simpson (drums), and Gary Fisher (piano).

Julie appreciates the Reembody Method’s approach of stripping away bodily distractions and leaving just one important thing to focus on. Being able to make small adjustments can have a huge effect on the body—and the energy of the body drives musical expression, as with any art. Julie continues to apprentice and study the Reembody Method as an active contributor to intra-company discussions and research projects.


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