ABOUT

A graduate of Berklee College of Music, Jacquelyn Schreiber is a versatile and highly sought-after pianist, vocalist and composer based in Los Angeles. She sings and plays all keyboard instruments (piano, organ, synthesizer) and composes original music. She has contributed as a pianist and composer to films and TV shows such as “Cherish The Day” on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) and “Champions” on NBC. Additionally, Jacquelyn was the keyboardist for over 150 episodes of the #1 Spanish Late-Night Show in the U.S.,  “Noches Con Platanito” on Estrella TV. In 2017, Jacquelyn released her debut EP, “Beautiful Love,” produced and recorded by Grammy winner Helik Hadar. It features her vocals, piano and organ playing, in addition to beautiful and catchy melodies in a pop-meets-jazz style, and is available on all streaming platforms. She is currently recording her newest single, to be released in 2020, and continues to write and perform for additional artists and projects.

Additionally, Jacquelyn is an actor and voice over artist. She has appeared in a number of films, such as "Bag of Worms" and "We Have a Weiner," and narrated the English translation of "The Easiest Way To Live" by Mabel Katz. The book is available on Audible.com.

"Jacquelyn Schreiber is the full package -- she truly delivers as both a pianist AND vocalist. Her new EP  brings together top-notch production, songwriting and performance in a jazz-pop meets blue-eyed soul package. Jacquelyn's strong vocal performance is reminiscent of Sade, and her gospel background can be heard in her thoughtful arrangements and soulful organ playing... a stellar artist."

- Christian Howes, Jazz Violinist & Founder Creative Strings

"Jacquelyn is first and foremost a REAL PLAYER; she can improvise on anything you throw at her. The fact that she has this creative pop side knocked me out. Playing on her tunes was easy and fun because she knows what makes things swing!"

- Jon Finn, Guitarist Boston Pops

"A highly talented and intelligent musician"

- Victor Mendoza, Jazz Vibraphonist