Dani Arranka


Anna May

Alt tragic Americana: Invocations for peace and judgment bending, with bleeding heart stream of consciousness poems.

Anna’s music is about memory and meditation; streaked with tones of jazz, along with fresh interpretations of classic folk music, all while honoring a hope to enhance connection, humility, and joy among more and more humans. Anna has performed at many notable venues, including, the Wildflower Arts & Music Festival, the Boston Arts Festival, Crying Wolf in Nashville, Bar Redux in New Orleans, Broadway Comedy Club in Manhattan, and several more. She has also opened for award winning songwriter, Jann Klose. To find Anna’s streaming on Spotify Click Here  

Connecticut Gay Men’s Chorus

Celebrating a milestone anniversary this year with 35 Years of Fabulous!, the Connecticut Gay Men’s Chorus was the first organization of its kind in the state and a proud member of the LGBT choral movement—helping galvanize and change the course of LGBT history. The chorus continues to inspire other arts-based community organizations around New England. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Greg McMahan, the CTGMC has in recent seasons established a heightened level of performance standards receiving audience and critical acclaim, increased its profile, and broadened its impact and reputation in the community while maintaining its signature blend of humor, personality and thrilling performances.

Visit them at www.ctgmc.org and www.facebook.com/CtGayMensChorus/


Nosamé

Malik ‘Nosamé’ Correia, a 25 year old Vocalist, always has a song ready in his soul. This young man can be found every Friday down at the Hygienics Art Gallery for Dine-In Days. Enjoy vendor shopping, live entertainment and BYO food all from 11am – 3pm.

Hartford Gay Men’s Chorus

The Hartford Gay Men’s Chorus will be celebrating their eighth season this fall. Founded in 2012, the 60+ voice ensemble is celebrated for its musicianship, creative programming and community outreach. Under the leadership of interim Artistic Director, Justin Gazard and Executive Director, Robert Reader, the HGMC sings a wide range of music as a catalyst for enriching and educating both participants and audiences by demonstrating to individuals the many ways that beautiful music positively impacts our world.
Visit our website at www.hgmc.org and facebook at www.facebook.com/HartfordGayMensChorus Follow us on Instagram and Twitter at#hgmcsing

Erycka Ortiz

Erycka Ortiz a  21 years old Singer-Songwriter from Southeastern Connecticut. She is an artist, a writer, a singer, a producer, a lover, a daughter, a healer, an empath, an organizer, and all the infinity in between. Erycka has stated that Art is her rebellion. Erycka Ortiz believes that music is made to represent the unrepresented. She has been a part of the New London Talent Show and was recently featured in Teen Vogue’s article “50 States of Pride’’. Erycka’s resume includes a recent tour, she has written for other artists and she self-produced all her own musical projects. Erycka is quoted “My music is my survival and also my way to give back.” With her growing platform, she uses her access to share and give space to other artists. ‘’As a Black, Latinx, trans woman opportunities don’t come often, but when then do, I will use all of that space and time to shine light on our community and our stories.’’

Amethyst

Amethyst is a Connecticut based Drag Queen & Musician at the intersection of pop sparkly goodness, meme culture, and female impersonation. A human Bratz doll created from a perpetual love of y2k/early 2000’s pop culture- she’s the entire package. Born Zachary Taylor, he started performing and creating music at the age of 14. In 2016, he graduated from The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC where he studied acting and dance, as well as vocal performance. With a heart as big as her nose, Amethyst is your one-stop for comedy and glamour!

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