Naomi Westwater: in Concert in Falmouth
Award-winning singer-song writer Naomi Westwater returns to Falmouth for a free concert on Thursday, June 30, stating at 6 pm. Her concert, sponsored by No Place for Hate-Falmouth (NPFH), pays tribute to Pride Month and to the late activist and human rights advocate Pauli Murray. It will be held under the tent at St. Barnabas’s Church on the village green in Falmouth.
“I’m thrilled to perform on the Cape again,” said Westwater. “No matter the genre or the topic, music is fundamentally hopeful. And we all need some hope right now.”
Ms. Westwater (she/they) is a multimedia artist whose work combines music and music production with creative writing, visual art, intuition, and spirituality. She holds a Master of Music in Contemporary Performance and Production from Berklee College of Music. She was nominated for a 2021 Boston Music Award for best singer-songwriter, is a 2020 617Sessions Artist, a 2020 Boston Opportunity Fund recipient, a 2019 Iguana Music Fund grant recipient, and a 2019 Berklee College of Music Post Master’s Graduate Fellow.
A native of Cape Cod, Ms. Westwater was the keynote speaker/performer at the 2022 Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Breakfast, an annual event hosted by NPFH. In March, she played at the The Cultural Center of Cape Cod.
St. Barnabas’s Church is located at 91 Main St., on the village green in Falmouth. Since the concert is outside, attendees are encouraged to bring a picnic dinner to enjoy before the concert.
NPFH is an organization dedicated to promoting respect for all people and combating bias based on race, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and religion.
The concert is free and opened to everyone.