Pianist, Composer, Audio Engineer
Born and raised in Waterbury, CT, Rosemary Minkler is an accomplished pianist, composer, and audio engineer. She grew up surrounded by music and began studying piano at an early age, discovering her passion for jazz at the Litchfield Jazz Camp.
She continued her studies on a full scholarship to Western Connecticut State University, where she received a degree in Audio and Music Production with a concentration in Jazz Piano. Here, she worked closely with renowned jazz saxophonist Jimmy Greene and was an intern for Stamford-based audio engineer Greg Tobler, whom she still works with.
Rosemary's diverse abilities make her an in-demand musician and audio engineer. She currently lives in Brooklyn, New York, working as an audio engineer for Buzzfeed News's live news show "AM to DM", regularly performing her original music, and often working with other musicians. Rosemary has a jazz piano trio album and several singles available for purchase and streaming on platforms such as iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, and Tidal. She works with Korg Keyboards as a digital pianos and synth specialist as well as Antares Audio Technologies (AutoTune).
August 23, 2019 Le Poisson Rouge, New York, NY (w/Joanna Teters)
September 7, 2019 Union Pool, Brooklyn, NY (w/Rae Isla)
September 28, 2019 Nublu, New York, NY
Ives Concert Park, PIANOS, Quinn’s, Sofar Sounds NYC, City Winery NYC “The Loft,” Wherehouse, Arlene’s Grocery, Foam Brewers, The Beehive, Rockwood Music Hall, Knitting Factory (Joanna Teters), Waking Windows Festival (Joanna Teters), Paramount Hudson Valley Theatre (Joanna Teters), PIANOS Upstairs, Pete’s Candy Store, Middle East Upstairs, Trans Pecos, Gold Sounds, Sunnyvale, Soul Circle Radio, Williamsburg Music Center, Bowery Electric, Erv’s, Leesta Vall Sound Recordings, The Buttonwood Tree, Arch Street Tavern, The Monkey House, Stella Blues, Trinity on Main, Berlin (Ada Belle), Bushnell Park, Silvana (Offshore Quintet), Muchmore's (Ada Belle), Sofar Sounds New Haven (Ada Belle), Shrine (Ada Belle), Western Connecticut State University, ShapeShifter Lab