Recent stage performances include new York's Madison Square Garden, Lincoln Center, Birdland, The Public Theatre, Symphony Space, as well as the Upright Cabaret in Los Angeles, 14th Street Playhouse in Atlanta and Boston University’s "BU on Broadway” series.
His latest project "Iron & Coal" was produced by Werner Stranka and Martin Gellner for Beat 4 feet Productions in Vienna. The album was released November 2011, and received Amadeus Award nominations for Best Recording, Best Mixing and Best Mastering.
The result is a raw take on the things he saw, felt and experienced from adolescence to adulthood as a child and grandchild of Holocaust survivors.
Other recent projects include: "Drift", where critics praised Schonfeld’s courageous and soulful song-cycle, the album "37 Notebooks", which featured the vocal talents of Shoshana Bean, Tracie Thoms, Amy Spanger, Lauren Kennedy, Luther Creek, and Kate Shindle, among others; the holiday musical "It Happened One Christmas" for the Flatrock Playhouse in North Carolina and the feature film "Clear Blue Tuesday", in which he was featured in and wrote two songs. Schonfeld’s new musical, "Spun", was commissioned and produced by Bloomington Playwrights Project, and will be subsequently produced by Phoenix Theatre in Indianapolis in the siring of 2014. The musical "Greta" was recently workshopped by Bridge to Broadway in Southern California, and will be produced in May 2014 by Bloomington Playwrights Project.
Furthermore, Schonfeld is also a regularly featured performer on the Rock and Roll concert series “Rockers on Broadway.”
Schonfeld has also contributed original music to The Broadway Dreams Foundation as well as numerous benefit concerts including the opening of the "European Maccabi Games", "Defying Inequality", "Broadway in South Africa", "The Pink Campaign on Broadway", and "Broadway for a New America", among others. He has been the featured composer for "Monday Night, New Voices" and "Cutting Edge Composers II". Jeremy’s recording, "Song for New Orleans", featuring Adam Pascal, has been used as part of a recruitment video for the American Red Cross.
Jeremy lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., with his wife Sarah-Jane, baby boy Gus and teenage daughter Alexandra.