Singer-Songwriter and Composer
Pearl writes music and lyrics regularly for herself and others. She performs new works with The Bushwick Book Club and Necromancers of the Public Domain, both songwriting groups who gather to share new works based on books. Pearl is also a member of Maestra, an organization of female composers, music directors and theater musicians founded by Georgia Stitt.
NEW!! Stream or download “All The Magic I Need”, an original song from the upcoming short film “Potion Masters”!
“These Northern Winds” from SUCH THINGS AS VAMPIRES
Song by Zak Berkman
Arranged and Performed by Pearl Rhein
Recorded and Mixed by Brent Hoyer Sound At People’s Light
Stream or download Pearl’s demo album!
“I’m A Mermaid” by Pearl Rhein, performed by Pearl Rhein & Royer Bockus at Birdland Theatre
“I'm a Mermaid” Filmed live at Queering the Stage November 15, 2018 at Birdland A Ring of Keys Production. Performed by: Pearl Rhein (she/her) and Royer Bockus (she/her) Music and Lyrics by: Pearl Rhein (she/her) Directed by: Janelle Lawrence (she/her) Music Direction: Anessa Marie (she/her) Piano: Pearl Rhein (she/her) Ukulele: Royer Bockus (she/her) Guitar: Rebecca Marquardt (she/her) Drums: Lindsey Augusta Mercer (she/her) Produced by: Andrea Prestinario (she/her) & Jenn Maley (they/them)
Untitled Solo Musical about Women in the History of S.T.E.M.
In March of 2018 Pearl traveled to New Orleans to present some new songs about historical women in S.T.E.M. to the students at The Newman School, an outstanding K-12 pre school. Check out her (supremely rough) demos of songs about Hedy LaMarr, Marie Curie and her daughters, Ada Lovelace, and the first women in the US to earn medical degrees.
Pearl Rhein: Books & Instruments -- November 11, 2017 -- 54 Below
Two songs from UPCOMING POST-APOCALYPTIC FOLK-ROCK MUSICAL (watch this space for more information!) Music by Pearl Rhein, lyrics by Jordan Feit
Pearl Rhein performers her original song "Hungry" at an evening of performances by members of the Broadway cast of "Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812" at 54 Below. Video credit - Todd Donovan