Performance

Abby Carey

Thursday / July 27, 2017 / 6:00 p.m.
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Charlestown Navy Yard
1 Constitution Road
Boston
MA
United States
02129
Abby Carey
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Abby Carey is a 20-year-old singer-songwriter from North Attleboro, Massachusetts, whose influences range from Bruce Springsteen to the 1975. She started writing songs on her dad's old guitar when she was 11 years old. Her songs are a combination of catchy pop hooks and honest, raw storytelling.

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Free

Mufaro Kambarami

Thursday / July 20, 2017 / 6:00 p.m.
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Charlestown Navy Yard
1 Constitution Road
Boston
MA
United States
02129
Mufaro Kambarami
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Born in Zimbabwe and raised in Europe, Mufaro Kambarami has been molded from a love of music from a very young age. With the blend of cultures and classical training, she has grown to develop a unique R&B style. At the young age of 12 she discovered the keyboard and fell in love with the opportunity to explore the songwriting capability it had to offer her. Today her hope is inspiration. Motivated herself by music, she hopes the happiness she finds in her passion can only be shared with others through healing music.

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Pamela Robles

Thursday / July 13, 2017 / 6:00 p.m.
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Charlestown Navy Yard
1 Constitution Road
Boston
MA
United States
02129
Pamela Robles
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Pamela Robles is an alternative R&B/soul artist from the beautiful Island of the Dominican Republic. She was introduced to music by both of her parents who were members of their local church. With her father as the percussionist and her mother as the choir leader, Robles soon began to emerge into the music scene with two great influences. She joined her church choir at the age of 7, where she made the decision of fully committing herself to music. Throughout her career she has been involved in numerous community theater shows and is currently attending Berklee College of Music. During her time at Berklee she has had some amazing opportunities, from being a lead in the 100th anniversary of Fenway Park to recently being a featured artist in the annual Black Lives Matter Show. Berklee has helped Robles to figure out the type of artist she wants to be. She is currently working on her magazine for underground artists, which is due to launch at the end of 2017. Pamela is also hoping to release new music for the summer of 2017.

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Brianna Nelson

Thursday / July 6, 2017 / 6:00 p.m.
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Charlestown Navy Yard
1 Constitution Road
Boston
MA
United States
02129
Brianna Nelson
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Brianna Nelson is a singer-songwriter who has been writing and performing music since 2012. In 2014 Nelson appeared on The Voice-Season 6 blind audition in LA. In 2015 she recorded her first EP, and started playing frequent gigs. She has performed at venues such as World Café Live, Voltage Lounge, and the Listening Room in Nashville. Nelson studies at Berklee College of Music, along with her band, Stephen Trischitta (drums), Nicoletta Nomicou (piano), Even Beirne (guitar), and Alex Kawasaki (bass). Her original music has captivating lyrics and intriguing melodies led by her smoky vocals. Nelson continues to study, write, and record new music. 

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Izzy Marcil / Gabby Michelle

Saturday / August 19, 2017 / 1:00 p.m.
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Georges Island
Boston Harbor Islands
Boston
MA
United States
02125
Izzy Marcil
Gabby Michelle
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Izzy Marcil is a folk-pop singer-songwriter who empowers others by weaving spirituality and consciousness into storytelling. Born in the Midwest, Marcil grew up between Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Fargo, North Dakota. She is currently finishing her last semester at Berklee, studying songwriting. She can be found performing around the Boston-Cambridge area, as well as in the Midwest. Her first EP, Unafraid, is available on iTunes, Spotify, and most streaming services. Gabby Michelle is a singer-songwriter, recognized for her lyric-centered songs and unique vocals. Her debut LP, August, releases August 1. Her music is often compared to artists like Ingrid Michaelson and Ed Sheeran. A songwriter and training music therapist, Michelle uses music to empower women, normalize treatment for mental illness, and find creative ways to speak out about love, hurting, healing, and everything in between. 

Ethan Setiawan

Tuesday / May 23, 2017 / 12:00 p.m.
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Summer Street
100 Summer Street
Boston
MA
United States
02110
Ethan Setiawan
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Community is what makes Ethan Setiawan tick. Music can take on many faces, and for the Indiana-born, Boston-based musician and mandolinist, that face is creative collaboration with others. For Setiawan, the passion lies in the synergy that happens when a group of unique individuals come together. The combination of vulnerability, courage, and openness that collaboration requires is intoxicating. This search for the next border and the experiences that create this space is central to Setiawan's work. ​While first and foremost an acoustic mandolin player, Setiawan also performs on mandocello and electric mandolin. He won the 2014 National Mandolin Championship, performed on NPR syndicate A Prairie Home Companion in 2015, and participated in the Savannah Music Festival’s Acoustic Music Seminar in 2015 and 2016. Setiawan has performed at venues such as Club Passim, Red Wing Roots Music Festival, Joe Val Bluegrass Festival, Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, Walnut Valley Festival, and the Savannah Music Festival. These days, you can find him dividing his time between Boston, where he attends Berklee College of Music on a full scholarship, and his home community of Goshen, Indiana. He can be seen performing with OctoPladd, the Leafless, Mutual Kumquat, Sadie Gustafson-Zook, and Fugue Mill.
 
Watch Ethan Setiawan perform "St. Anne's Reel": 
 
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Ethan Setiawan

Thursday / May 25, 2017 / 12:00 p.m.
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Summer Street
100 Summer Street
Boston
MA
United States
02110
Ethan Setiawan
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Community is what makes Ethan Setiawan tick. Music can take on many faces, and for the Indiana-born, Boston-based musician and mandolinist, that face is creative collaboration with others. For Setiawan, the passion lies in the synergy that happens when a group of unique individuals come together. The combination of vulnerability, courage, and openness that collaboration requires is intoxicating. This search for the next border and the experiences that create this space is central to Setiawan's work. ​While first and foremost an acoustic mandolin player, Setiawan also performs on mandocello and electric mandolin. He won the 2014 National Mandolin Championship, performed on NPR syndicate A Prairie Home Companion in 2015, and participated in the Savannah Music Festival’s Acoustic Music Seminar in 2015 and 2016. Setiawan has performed at venues such as Club Passim, Red Wing Roots Music Festival, Joe Val Bluegrass Festival, Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, Walnut Valley Festival, and the Savannah Music Festival. These days, you can find him dividing his time between Boston, where he attends Berklee College of Music on a full scholarship, and his home community of Goshen, Indiana. He can be seen performing with OctoPladd, the Leafless, Mutual Kumquat, Sadie Gustafson-Zook, and Fugue Mill.
 
Watch Ethan Setiawan perform "St. Anne's Reel": 
 
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Free

Paloma Menendez

Thursday / May 18, 2017 / 12:00 p.m.
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Summer Street
100 Summer Street
Boston
MA
United States
02110
Paloma Menendez
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A unique blend of ethnicities from Cuba, México, Colombia, Puerto Rico, and Miami, Florida, Paloma Menendez is an emerging soulful Latin singer. Influenced by the voices of Aretha Franklin, Ariacne Trujillo, Etta James, and Omara Portuondo, her sound is a combination of old and new. From a conversation on the stage, she aims to bring passion, love, and confidence to every performance.

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Paloma Menendez

Tuesday / May 16, 2017 / 12:00 p.m.
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Summer Street
100 Summer Street
Boston
MA
United States
02110
Paloma Menendez
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A unique blend of ethnicities from Cuba, México, Colombia, Puerto Rico, and Miami, Florida, Paloma Menendez is an emerging soulful Latin singer. Influenced by the voices of Aretha Franklin, Ariacne Trujillo, Etta James, and Omara Portuondo, her sound is a combination of old and new. From a conversation on the stage, she aims to bring passion, love, and confidence to every performance.

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Free

Inga Maria

Thursday / May 11, 2017 / 12:00 p.m.
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Summer Street
100 Summer Street
Boston
MA
United States
02110
Inga Maria
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Inga Maria is a 23-year-old singer-songwriter from Iceland residing in LA where she is working on her debut EP, set to be released this May, full of music for you to dance to. Inga started out in Iceland at her local music school where she played the flute. Over the years she put the flute down and picked up the guitar instead. After having gigged all over her hometown, Inga decided it was time to take her love for music one step further by applying to Berklee College of Music. Now, after having finished Berklee, Inga has grown immensely as a musician, which she shows best in her writing and performing. With years of musical training, Inga offers a great approach to music-making, combining the knowledge with the passion, adding a hint of the Icelandic "it" factor, all making up a fresh new sound that she is very excited to share with everyone.
 
Watch Inga Maria perform "Take Your Time":
 
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