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Family Music Night - An Evening with Nekita Waller, CT State Troubadour - Byram Shubert Library

February 28 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Visit the Byram Shubert Library on Thursday, February 28th (at 7PM) for Family Music Night - featuring a FREE performance by Nekita Waller!

Nekita Waller's diverse musical journey has taken her through chorus groups, musical theater, Hartt School of Music, Gospel in church, and mentoring and performing with many independent artists. Nekita has shared the stage with artists, B.B. King, Ruben Studdard, Dianne Reeves and performed on the Steve Harvey Radio Show, heard on more than 60 radio stations. Nekita is an experienced studio session artist as a recording artist, lending her vocal talent on projects with Grammy and Emmy award winning producers.

The Connecticut State Troubadour is an honorary position, established in 1991 by the Connecticut General Assembly. The State Troubadour functions as an ambassador of music and song and promotes cultural literacy among Connecticut citizens.



There was never a question that music would be a part of Nekita's life. From her first composition in her daycare class, to performing at the Apollo Theater in High School, to recently singing the national anthem to thousands at professional sporting events - music defines Nekita's life.

Born in Alabama and raised in Connecticut, Nekita's diverse journey has taken her through chorus and choir groups, singing Gospel in church, courses at Hartt School of Music, mentoring and singing with local independent artists to opening for artists Ruben Studdard and B.B. King. This experience has exposed Nekita to a variety of musical styles.

Nekita's live music repertoire includes, pop, Motown, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Tower to Power, Bruno Mars, Michael Jackson, Classic Rock, R&B, Pop, Gospel, Country, and originals. Those who support and enjoy her music are as diverse as the music Nekita performs. From young to old, of all backgrounds, Nekita moves, entertains, and connects with all who listen.

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February 28

7:00 pm


Byram-Shubert Library

21 Mead Avenue
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