Westchester Songwriters’ Circle: Presented by Heart & Beat Music
Date & Time: Saturday, March 9, 2024 8 – 9:30 PM
Come experience the Nashville tradition of a songwriter circles right here in Westchester! Songwriters sit in the middle, taking turns, playing stories and maybe telling stories about the song, too. One of the best ways to hear music is coming to Bethany Arts!
I’m a singer song writer from NY
Neo soul music, rock and jazz with notes of everything else is where my sound comes from.
Favorite past time is watching and consuming anime content.
Indie folk / alt country singer songwriter Greg Jacquin has released two albums: EP “Hudson River” (2018) & LP “Clocks Slow Down” (2019). Greg has played over 300+ shows all over New York and the Hudson Valley and toured the west coast. In 2022 he landed a slot under the Chill Tent at the Pleasantville Music Festival alongside Paula Cole.
Siobhan O’Malley is a singer-songwriter who released three critically-acclaimed albums, and has played her music all around the country. She was signed to the label Blue Coccoon records and played with many awesome musicians in NYC (including opening for Mike Viola and Nicole Atkins). She took a break from performing to have a couple of cutie-pie kids. She is delighted to be playing out again and often plays in the city with the New & Used Songwriters’ Collective and the O’Malley Family Band. She is passionate about writing songs and sharing them with friends and strangers alike.
Christina (she/her) is a seasoned queer songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and performer, with over two decades of experience. As the Artist in Residence at The LOFT LGBTQ+ Center and a recipient of the Creatives Rebuild Artist Employment Program grant, she utilizes music and advocacy to empower her community and address social justice issues. With her punk band All My Friends, Christina passionately merges art and advocacy, bridging the gap between audience and performer, while connecting, uplifting, and advocating for the local LGBTQ+ community, all while ensuring accessibility remains a core focus of her work.
Lucas Maehara Rotman
Brooklyn based singer-songwriter Lucas Maehara is a storyteller of the human experience. His lyric-driven Mosaic Americana blend the whimsical and the profound creating a sound as diverse as the influences that have shaped his journey. Lucas’ music connects hearts and souls through the expressive artistry of his poetic imagination, storytelling prowess and the intensity and playfulness of his live performances.