Lucy Little is a violinist, vocalist, composer and multimedia storyteller based in Boston, MA. Lucy’s music is inspired by a lifelong exploration of classical and modal folk styles, minimalism, jazz and electronic music. A collaborative artist at heart, Lucy is a member of the Chicago-based band Half Gringa, and has performed with Northern Ireland-based singer-songwriter Dani Larkin, U.S.-based singers Lykanthea and MICHA Música, and most recently with Irani qanun player Afarin Nazarijou. Lucy was a Fulbright researcher with Musicians Without Borders where she co-facilitated community music workshops in Italy, Greece and the Netherlands, and explored trauma-informed practices in community arts and music programs, and how artists can better support inclusive social change with people with migration and refugee backgrounds in Europe. A composer for dance and theater, she recently finished composing and recording the music for Paul Krause’s original audio play DADDIES, produced by Audible. In 2020, Lucy participated in the virtual edition of the Next Festival of Emerging Artists Festival, and in 2021, released her first solo EP, For Now.