Kristin Cifelli is an award-winning singer/songwriter, and a vocal instructor at the acclaimed Berklee College of Music and the
*2006 Finalist in the Telluride Bluegrass Festival Troubadour Song Contest
* Selected for the NEMO Music Festival Presents: Pops on the Edge Fest, playing at Symphony Hall before Aimee Mann (June, 2006)
*2005 winner for Best Song ("Show Them") in the Independent Music Awards
*2005 nominee for Best Album ("So Long My Love") in the Independent Music Awards
*2005 winning finalist in the the John Lennon Songwriting Contest
*Finalist in the Chris Austin Songwriting Competition 2004
*As a finalist, Kristin performed at Merlefest, 2004, among such acts as Gillian Welch, Rosanne Cash and Vince Gill
* Honorable Mention in the Billboard Songwriting Competition, 2004
*Received a Boston Music Award nomination for her debut CD, Silver Bowl
*Kristin's song, "Martyr" is featured on the 2002 Sony/Epic records compilation Shekinah 13 Artists with special back-up vocal guest Brad Delp of the band BOSTON
*Upon the release of Shekinah 13 Artists, Kristin was featured on the Oxygen Network's Daily Remix, VH1's Jump Start, and in publications such as Billboard Magazine, The Boston Globe, Downbeat, and the Associated Press
*Featured on the 1999 Big Girl Records Boston Music Award Winning compilation, Can You Read This Boston?, which benefits the Boston Adult Literacy Fund
*Has shared the stage with acts such as Jeffrey Gaines, Marshall Crenshaw, Brad Delp of the band BOSTON, Brooks Williams, The Pushstars, and many more
*Has performed in renowned clubs such as The Bitter End in Greenwich Village, CBGB's Gallery in NYC, and the legendary Club Passim in
*Performed live with Brad Delp, lead singer of the band
"…I think there’s no justice if she doesn’t become really successful…" - Brad Delp of
"…She’s got the voice, the talent and the originality while she breaks from the pack of local songwriters with the best of devices: realness." - Northeast Performer
Venue: Loring Greenough House,
Volunteers: This is a 100% volunteer-run effort. All interested in helping should read the Volunteer Policy at http://groups.google.com/group/notlobmusic/web/volunteer-policy
Reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org Reservations are recommended as seating is limited to 40 and most past shows have sold out. $2 off for members of the JP Tuesday Club, seniors and students.
MBTA: Take #39 bus from either Back Bay Station or Forest Hills Station to the Monument stop, directly in front of the Loring-Greenough House, at the intersections of Centre and South Streets.
Parking: The Loring Greenough House lot holds 12 cars, gates will be closed when full. A public lot is located behind Blanchard’s liquors, one block away.
Accessibility & Accommodations: Handicap accessible – call 617-524-3158 for information.
Saturday, November 17, 2007, 7:30 pm ~ Mare
Saturday, December 15, 2007, 8:00 pm ~ Jud Caswell & Pat Wictor ~ Contemporary Folk & Traditional Blues ~ http://www.judcaswell.com, http://www.myspace.com/judcaswell, http://www.patwictor.com, http://www.myspace.com/patwictor
Saturday, December 22 2007, 8:00 pm ~ A very special holiday concert featuring Bob Franke ~ Traditional Folk ~ http://www.bobfranke.com