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Cara Brindisi: 13 to Watch in Central Mass in 2013

Tuesday, January 01, 2013

 

Local crooner Cara Brindisi has been a staple of the Central Mass music scene this year. Performing solo or with a band, at bars or coffee houses, Brindisi's musical M.O. is making people feel good. Moreover, the singers atavistic attitude doesn't stop there--by day, she is a certified musical therapist, bringing joy and comfort through music to children, hospice patients, and the elderly.

For Brindisi, the most important thing is that she is performing her music, and enjoys constantly improving her craft, learning and growing through time. She hopes those in the audience get as much out of it as she does.

Brindisi will be one to watch in Central Mass for years to come, both on the stage and off, and her contributions to the ever-vital Worcester music scene should not be underestimated.

 

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