Singer, songwriter, activist, artist—Music as a means of healing is an idea that permeates and informs most of Emily Cavanagh’s life. A working musician in New York City, Cavanagh has recorded three records to date and played with some of the city’s finest musicians. This summer, she performed at New York City’s legendary Blue Note to great review. Cavanagh, a graduate of New York University, has spent nearly ten years combining two passions-music and service, traveling and playing music, while helping underserved and homeless young adults find their voice through the arts. A new addition to Broadway Musical Director, Mary Mitchell’s “Artists Striving to End Poverty,” Cavanagh will take on a project this fall working with other artists to bring music and the arts to youth living in poverty, in places like India, South Africa, and the Dominican Republic.
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