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Charlotte Sessions is a singer-songwriter, musical theater writer, composer, arranger and producer from Roselle Park, New Jersey. Her music infuses a soulful blend of theatrical and thought-provoking lyrics and sophisticated harmonies that spread across various musical genres, such as jazz, rock, R&B, electronic, film, orchestral and folk.

Charlotte had an interest in music for as long as she can remember. Her biggest influences are Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Elton John, Sara Bareilles, Jamiroquai, Norah Jones, and Steely Dan. She started improvising on the piano when she was three and sang and played the flute when she was eight. She performed in a lot of talent shows, concert bands, school choirs and plays all throughout middle and high school. She started writing songs when she was fifteen and performed the first song she ever wrote at her talent show during her senior year of high school. While going off to Rutgers University in 2016 to study cognitive science, she was mainly writing songs about heartbreak and unrequited love and performing at open mic nights. Her passion for music eventually lead her to transfer to the world-renowned Berklee College of Music as a piano principal in 2019. Since then, she has written over 40 songs and learned valuable skills such as arranging, producing, orchestrating, conducting, and composing for visual media. She graduated from Berklee in 2022 with a Bachelors in Contemporary Writing and Production/Professional Music.

Charlotte released her very first single titled "Should I Be the Man?" on all streaming platforms on February 14, 2023. She is also working on a musical called Ants! The Musical where she is writing book and lyrics and her collaborator, Madeleine Skye Ackley, is writing music. 

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