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7Songwriters: Witchy Women
Whitman & Bloom
New York, NY
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7Songwriters: Witchy Women
Witchiness is the darkest form of charisma.

This concert features female composers of musical theatre and art song. Join 7Songwriters for an evening of new works by Witchy Women with ferocious charm.

RACHEL DEAN performs songs from her musical Medusa (opening Off-Broadway in 2018), a feminist re-telling of the Greek myth. Co-authored by Wes Braver. Vocals by Kai An Chee and Emily Chiu. Andrew Drannon on piano; Danny Ursetti on drums/guitar.

ALAINA FERRIS sings excerpts from Raid 2.0 / Myrmidon, her theatre piece about video games, trauma processing in virtual spaces, and how the dungeon raid is a direct mirror of choral performance.

AYA AZIZ, a songwriter and performance artist, channels her distinct hip-hop/R&B style into political raps and vocal percussion loops; honest stories of her Egyptian-American heritage and existing in the in-between.

HARRIET STEINKE premieres her song cycle Under The Gold, an imaginative setting of Jean Valentines (b.1934) dreamlike poetry. Performed by Whitney Cleveland, soprano; Alberto Nevada Lozano, piano.

RONA SIDDIQUI showcases a diverse set of musical theatre songs, including from her musical Salaam Medina: Tales from a Halfghan, which confronts the issue of identity through the unique and confusing experience of growing up as a "half-breed" in America, while jamming to eighties and nineties pop, contemporary folk, and middle eastern grooves. Performed by Alex Tripp and Sherz Aletaha.

LACY ROSE, lyric poet, regales you with the elegiac tale of Ria Munk, her new song triptych based on the Gustav Klimt paintings, accompanied by guitarist Colin Fullerton.

KATYA STANISLAVSKAYA presents songs from Going South, her musical that shines a light on outdated and outrageous laws on divorce and custody, rape, discrimination, and transgender bathroom issues in today's American South. Performed by Matthew Hardy and Christiana Cole.

Whitman and Bloom - 384 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016
(between 27th and 28th)
: downstairs speakeasy lounge

Food/Drinks: 5:30PM
(specials available)
Show: 6:30PM - 8:00PM

$15 Advance | $20 Cash Door


7S: Seven Songwriters is a concert series that showcases composers and songwriters of cross-genre: musical theater, jazz, classical art song, pop, rock, experimental - multidisciplinary musicians whose work in-between genres defies definition or any one label. These are melodies in search of an ear, hidden gems slipped through the crack; new poetry, words, and lyrics set for the voice.


Whitman & Bloom (View)
384 3rd Ave
New York, NY 10016
United States


Arts > Theatre
Music > Classical
Music > Singer/Songwriter

Minimum Age: 21
Kid Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!


Owner: John
On BPT Since: Dec 30, 2015
John Albert Harris
(847) 894-9488

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