Multi-genre vocalist and songwriter Carrie Cheron has been captivating Boston audiences for two decades. Praised for having the “the voice of an angel,” and for “powerful” performances of “unfeigned expression,” Ms. Cheron has graced the stages of Club Passim, NEC’s Jordan Hall, Sanders Theatre, the BSO, Great Waters Folk Festival, the Bitter End, NYC’s Living Room, and countless national and international venues.
A nationally recognized performing singer/songwriter, her original compositions and singing have been celebrated by the John Lennon Songwriting Contest, NEMO Music Makers Competition, Great Waters Folk Festival, Rocky Mountain Folks Fest, and the Connecticut Folk Festival Songwriting Contest. She has shared the stage with such acclaimed artists as Sweet Honey In The Rock, The Barra MacNeils, Northern Lights, David Jacobs-Strain, Anais Mitchell, and Edie Carey.
In recent seasons, Ms. Cheron’s performing has been focused largely on classical stages, including baroque and newly composed opera, oratorio and art song, and Bach’s larger works and cantatas; but always a well-rounded, inspired, and genuine song interpreter, she has maintained a schedule of folk, cabaret, musical theatre, and Americana performances, including regular performances as the go-to non-classical vocalist with Skylark Vocal Ensemble. Her voice can be heard as the opening solo track on their Grammy-nominated album, Seven Last Words. Carrie Cheron’s is a comforting yet plaintive voice of thoughtful storytelling, regardless of genre.
Carrie Cheron is an Associate Professor of Voice at Berklee College of Music, where she is honored to guide the voices you’ll hear at Club Passim for years to come.