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Grateful doesn’t begin to describe how I feel about Ashley Geron and Zach Madison for bringing me along to SAME Street last night and facilitating my Second City debut. These two are not only fantastic performers, they are two of the most genuine people to ever walk the earth. See everything they’re in, and hire them for everything. Thanks to all involved and all who came out 🙂

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2 months ago

What do you do on the closest thing you’ll have to a day off in months? See new theatre of course 🙂 David Yazbek is unstoppable, and this show is a riot. Can’t wait to see the changes once it makes it to Broadway!!

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2 months ago
Stiff Upper Lip - Stratford & Joosten

*NSFW*. Grief affects us all differently. Without a healthy outlet of expression, however, it can be an all-consuming toxic vortex. This song came out of a conversation with Laura about how toxic masculinity and the inability to show emotion hurts men as well as women. Check out Jared Flodman's heartbreaking interpretation of "Stiff Upper Lip", and message me for sheet music inquiries.

Recorded by Atlas Arts Media at Davenport's Piano Bar on August 9, 2018.

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3 months ago
Heidi Joosten - Appetite Concerto: I. Cortadito

Happy #SonataFormSaturday! Remember that time I wrote a harp concerto about food? The first movement, Cortadito, honors that age-old sonata form tradition, just slightly more caffeinated 🙂 Bon appétit!

for harp and wind ensemble. World premiere recording - May 27, 2017 Jordan Thomas, harpist Erica Neidlinger, conductor Chicago Symphonic Winds, ensemble (htt...

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3 months ago
A Little Patch of Earth - Stratford & Joosten

In a preview from our upcoming musical, THE BONE HARP, the incomparable Brittani Moore shows us Jessa's true wishes as she desires a life outside of her current situation.

Jessa and her sister, Jenny, live on the outskirts of town with their graveyard-keeper father and the memory of a mother who left them. Together, they can conjure up the Boneyard, where the spirits of deceased townspeople keep them company. When Jessa sees a spirit who might just be her mother, she and her sister must question everything they think they know about their family.

Recorded by Atlas Arts Media at Davenport's Piano Bar on August 9, 2018.

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3 months ago
Halfway (2018) - Heidi Joosten

Hey ya know what's neat? Sheet music for sale. Ya know what's neater? Sheet music for sale in multiple keys. Cheaper than Therapy sheet music is making its way to my website as fast as my tiny fingers can edit, but I'm happy to do a custom transposition in a flash as well. What do you wanna see next??

Written with my dear friend Robin West, I was seeking to add a genderless affirmation song to my Cheaper than Therapy cabaret. I kept coming back to the idea of “Right now, it’sRead More...

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3 months ago
Charley - Thomas Bailey / Heidi Joosten

Sometimes you and your best friend write an unrequited love song together about a very good boy, even though he'll likely never love you more than his girl, Chloe. Check out Thomas Bailey, Tenor's impeccable comedic timing and lyrics in "Charley" (also available as a baritone or belter solo).

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3 months ago
Highly Anxious Person - Emily Cox / Heidi Joosten

My fellow sister in cabaret, song, and anxiety - Emily Cox, Soprano gave me some of the MOST ACCURATE LYRICS in describing the terror of meeting strangers online. Are you a highly anxious person? If so, send this video to someone and worry for the next 50 years if it was an awkward move or not.

Recorded by Atlas Arts Media on at Davenport's Piano Bar August 9, 2018

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