Lexi has been passionate about music since she was old enough to talk. Growing up in Los Angeles, CA, Lexi began piano and voice lessons by age five. At age 7, she began performing in local musical theater productions and continued to perform in 28 musicals from age 7-17.
At 12, Lexi discovered her intense passion for composing and began writing music. She has written over 300 songs to date in multiple genres, including pop, singer-songwriter, country-pop, folk-pop, religious/Jewish contemporary, and musical theater. At age 14, Lexi combined her passion for composing, theater, and storytelling, and began writing her first musical, The End. After writing the script, music, and lyrics, Lexi directed the production of The End in May, 2017. The show ran for three sold-out performances and was featured in the community newspaper, The Acorn, and on the local Fox News. Lexi’s inspiration came from observing various teen social issues and the John Lennon quote, “Everything will be ok in the end. If it’s not ok, it’s not the end.”
Lexi is also very involved in the contemporary Jewish music scene and was a finalist in a national talent search competition for emerging Jewish artists and songwriters in 2019. She has worked closely and performed with artists such as Nefesh Mountain, Rick Recht, and Joe Buchanan. In March of 2019, Lexi’s original song “Ordinary” debuted on Jewish Rock Radio’s Emerging Artist Showcase with Joe Buchanan.
To continue her love of music and writing, Lexi began studying at Berklee College of Music in the Fall of 2018 to earn a Bachelor of Music Degree in Songwriting and a minor in Musical Theater Writing. She plans to graduate in 2022. In her first year at Berklee, Lexi co-founded a pop duo called LARX with one of her writing partners Carson Schmidt. LARX released their first single “Older” in April of 2019, which can be found on all streaming platforms.
Lexi is excited to be pursuing every part of her musical journey and can’t wait to share her new work with you all!