Emily Stern

"your poetry has divinity as source and you as weaver

and you know each other so well

one might even think you were secretly each other"



Emily Stern's album, Birth Day, is of beautiful songs intricately orchestrated with natural sounds. A graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts in Drama, she regularly sings with the Kirtan Rabbi. Emily performs with 24/6, a Shomer Shabbos theater company.  Her children's songbook was performed at Eden Village Camp in 2013. She is a recipient of the Drisha Arts Fellowship, where she wrote poetry extensively, and performed her one-woman show, Becoming One. She wrote and performed a musical commentary on Megillat Esther and Tractate Megillah called Y'ahavay or Everyone Loves the Megillah, while at Nishmat Center of Advanced Torah Study for Women in Jerusalem.


She is an advocate for Water Retention Landscaping, a technology that makes it possible for everyone on the planet to have access to clean water. 


Her album, Birth Day can be downloaded from CDbaby or Itunes, 
     information about Lyrics and hard copies are available on this website. 
poetry since 2009 at www.jewishjournal.com/emily_stern




Photo by Ashley Jade Stern

Paintings by Emily Stern