Jenni RudolphHuntington Beach, CA
Jenni Rudolph is a songwriter, musician, vocal producer, and force of creative chaos born and raised in Southern California. With fifteen years of songwriting experience, Jenni’s musical catalogue explores a vast array of sounds and styles, including R&B, soul, funk, pop, electronic, jazz, a cappella, musical theatre, and children’s music. Inspired by duality (a recurring motif in her life), her songs are designed to be both emotionally compelling and danceable, confronting uncomfortable human truths in an accessible and uplifting way. Above all, Jenni strives to create authentically and empower others through her music.
Jenni graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree in Songwriting. She is a grateful recipient of the Pat Pattison Songwriting Award and three Songs 4 Social Change awards, as well as the youngest alumnus of the 2018 Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project. In 2019, Jenni partnered with the Canales Project’s Hear Her Song Initiative, Mercy Beyond Borders, International Sanctuary, Purpose Jewelry, and Berklee Revelation Records to compose socially-conscious music with themes of gender equality and empowerment. 2020 marks the launch of “The Water & Oil Project”, a multi-disciplinary arts campaign celebrating multiracial and multicultural identity. The project stems from Jenni’s original song “Water & Oil”, which documents her personal biracial journey (Chinese/Russian-Jewish).