Taking center stage for the second year in a row, Namoli Brennet triumphantly returns to the Merryall stage at 8 P.M. on Friday, June 3rd. The month-long celebration is presented in collaboration with Q+Social with funding provided by a grant from the Connecticut Community Foundation’s Pride in the Hills Fund.
After touring Europe and the States for over a decade, the trans singer and songwriter is back and Connecticut’s Merryall has her. A four-time Outmusic award nominee, Brennet’s music has been featured in The Advocate, on NPR as well as in the Emmy award-winning documentary Out in the Silence. Her work has also been spotlighted on Pride.com where works by superstars Nicki Minaj, Ariana Grande, and Tegan and Sara have been showcased. Her latest album, The Poet Tree, is in production and soon to be released.
Says Merryall Executive Director Dean Gray.” We are thrilled to welcome Namoli back to Connecticut. She is one of those special performers who incorporate unique experiences into her show…so don’t expect the typical instead be delighted and surprised by her vocal and musical poetry and passion.”
Brennet will be the first of a trilogy of artists performing in the Merryall Pride 2023 Festival hosted by the Merryall Center and sponsored by a grant from the Connecticut Community Foundation’s Pride in the Hills Fund. The scheduled performance dates for these artists can be found on the Merryall Center website—merryallcenter.org—along with the full list of Merryall’s upcoming events for Pride Month and the season ahead. Tickets for these events can also be purchased through the website.
The Merryall Center is a non-profit arthouse and community center located at 8 Chapel Hill Road. For more information about the organization, including upcoming events and memberships, discounts, and pricing, visit the Center’s website at merryallcenter.org.