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April 25 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Part of the Behavioral Health Clinic’s 2023-24 10×10 Series, where you are on stage with emerging artists in a cabaret-style setting!
SUBSCRIBE NOW AND RESERVE A TABLE FOR ALL SEVEN SHOWS OF THE SERIES! Call The Grand Theater’s Ticket Office at 715-842-0988. Single show tickets on sale July 11.
A multi-instrumentalist and composer, treya lam’s joyously complex identity informs but does not define their work, whether solo or when collaborating with a variety of multidisciplinary ensembles. Their strident voice, politically charged songwriting and fluency on guitar, piano and looped viola recalls Nina Simone and Andrew Bird. Lam’s debut album Good News was created entirely by womxn and genderqueer collaborators and released via Kaki King’s label.
Lam is a OneBeat fellow, NYCLU Artist Ambassador and active member of the Resistance Revival Chorus. Their song “Dawn” was featured on the RRC’s debut album This Joy – released on Ani Difranco’s Righteous Babe Records. Lam has performed original music at Lincoln Center, MASS MoCA, the Prospect Park Bandshell and the American Museum of Natural History and opened for Ani Difranco, Valerie June and Kaki King.
They are currently developing otherland – an interdisciplinary grief ritual and chamber protest album that explores grief as a catalyst for radical empathy, intersectional solidarity and repairing our relationship to the earth.