To benefit The Women’s Fund of Essex County
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In a very special, fun, and one night only show, singer Jacyn Tremblay, guitarist Scott Tarulli, and pianist Zahili Gonzalez-Zamora will be your guides on a musical journey through the decades in an exploration of some of the very best female voices and songwriters in the pop canon. Net proceeds from the event to benefit The Women’s Fund of Essex County.
About The Women’s Fund of Essex County
In 2003, eight visionary and passionate women created The Women’s Fund. Today, its volunteer board of 20 women is dedicated to creating positive social change for local families and communities. Its mission and decisions are guided by written bylaws, a disciplined and transparent grant process, and periodic strategic reviews. Through its rigorous grants allocation process, The Women’s Fund supports a broad platform of carefully selected programs that solutions to complex and overlapping social issues impacting women, families and communities. https://www.thewomensfundec.org/
Jacyn Tremblay is a pop vocalist inspired by the stylings of artists such as Whitney Houston, Pink, Kelly Clarkson, and Tori Kelly.
She’s spent the summer singing with the band Beantown as well as writing some new original music! Past musical credits include single releases on Universal/Motown Records in the pop/r&b vocal group Jada, pop/rock singles with Venus Mars Project, performing as a regularly featured soloist with the Hillyer Festival Orchestra and most recently with Trumpet virtuoso Jay Daly and the BBQ Brass.
You can follow her adventures in music and beyond @jacynthegirl on instagram or at http://www.jacyntremblay.com
Aside from spending time as a busy Boston local sideman and touring artist, Scott performs live and records with players like Jerry Marotta, Tony Levin, Mark Egan, Ira Coleman, Nile Rodgers, Steve Gadd, Abe Laboriel, The Temptations, Bernard Purdie, Chuck Rainey, Peter Eldridge, and Guthrie Govan, to name a few.
Scott is also a Professor of guitar at renowned Berklee College of Music in Boston where he teaches private students and professional guitar labs.
Zahili Gonzalez-Zamora’s musical journey has led her from her native land of Cuba to Canada, Southeast Asia, and currently to Boston, MA. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, summa cum laude, with a dual-degree in Jazz Composition and Jazz Piano Performance; her rich musical background, career experience, and extraordinary improvisation skills render her a leader in modern Latin jazz. Zahili’s newly released album has thus far advanced in the world of Jazz, adding to her accolades two nominations to the Boston Music Awards, 2018 & 2019, under the Jazz Group category, and a finalist place at the DC Jazz Prix Competition, in Washington DC. Other accomplishments as a composer include, the Duke Ellington and the Wayne Shorter Awards for her outstanding creativity and musicianship, and the 40th annual Downbeat music award, 2017, under the Outstanding Performance category.
In addition to composing and playing piano in her original group MIXCLA, Zahili is also the keyboard player for the band Beantown.