Cassandra Kubinski

By Meder Street Barn Concerts (other events)

Saturday, June 8 2024 2:30 PM 7:00 PM PDT

The fantastic singer-songwriter Cassandra Kubinski will be taking time out from her busy schedule in New York to play for us at the Meder Street Barn on June 8th!

”Cassandra Kubinski is very similar to the singer/songwriters of the late 70s; she proves that the genre can still be transcendent.” - BILLY JOEL

Need I say more? No, but Cassandra does have a few words... Take it away, Cassandra!


Hey. Welcome, and thanks for being here.  It’s way better with you here. Trust me.

I’m Cassandra. Songwriter, singer, Leo, theatre kid, yogini, chocoholic, voiceover actress…

I write songs to elevate, connect, and heal. I like reminding people that we have the right, and the ability, to choose light (even when it means owning our darkness first) .  To celebrate the process of looking deep, listening for the truth, and having the courage to live it.  I dig into desire, desperation, discovery…always as a means to more power, more freedom, more love.  You are not one dimensional.  True freedom comes from owning and celebrating ALL the part of ourselves, from the pretty shiny happy, to the ugly rusted depressed. I write songs to remind myself to have the courage to own it all. And hopefully that helps someone else own it too.

My collaborators include my pianos, and some badass writers, producers, and artists who also believe these little sonic nuggets give us the energy and space to connect, lift up, and heal, whether ourselves or our communities.

I’ve performed around the world, from living rooms to stadiums, cafes to Barclays Center, NYC to LA, Thailand to Jamaica, Germany to Australia, and beyond. 

You might’ve heard my songs on TV, from Lifetime’s “Dance Moms”  to ESPN’s “First Take” to NBC promos or “Real Housewives” episodes.

And you might’ve heard my voice on commercials for Midas, Kohls, Toyota, Hershey’s, Maybelline, Snickers and lots of other brands.

I’ve written, recorded and performed with luminaries like the Goo Goo Dolls, Chris Botti, 10,000 Maniacs, DJ Taz Rashid, Ryan Cabrera, and one of my earliest and greatest influences, Billy Joel.

I often use my music to raise awareness and funds for important causes, such as “Not So Different” for Autism, “You Get Me” for pet rescue, or “The Music Lives On” for Caffe Lena, an incredible historic non-profit venue (which I proudly serve on the Board).

 I was the composer and bandleader of Emmy-winning new media TV Show “The Never Settle Show” hosted by Mario Armstrong, where I got to perform weekly at the NASDAQ theatre in Times Square with rockstar voiceover guru and my dear friend and collaborator Tony Daniels.

I helped lead international non-profit Women in Music as Global Co-Chair of Membership for 8 years, advancing representation, acknowledgment, opportunities, and protections for womxn in the music industry, from dozens of local chapters, to legislative advocacy.

I love sharing what I’ve learned so that other creatives and entrepreneurs can level up faster and easier (and skip the mistakes I made!), and I’ve led seminars, workshops, and coaching programs with the likes of Guitar Center and Institute for Audio Research (Intro to Voiceover), The MLC, Cosynd, CD Baby Conference (mechanical royalties, copyright process), colleges and schools (concerts, songwriting programs, music industry training, at NYU, SUNY Fredonia, PACE, Albright, Susquehanna, UCONN, Farmington CT High School, many more), and online seminars like Intro to Sync and Power Partnerships.

The best part of all of this music is sharing it with people. Like you, which is why it’s so awesome that you’re here. You can also be “there” (aka let’s connect on socials @cassandrakubinski and of course be sure you’re subscribed/following on your favorite video and music platforms so you never miss a song or video or show announcement!)

I’m so glad you’re on the journey now. Make sure to sign up for updates at the bottom of the page. Reach out if I can be of service. Join us at a live show. It’s about to get fun.

  • We're having a potluck before the show, so if you'd like to join in the fun, come at 2:30 and bring something to share. You're also welcome to just come for the music, which starts at 4:00.
  • If it's cold, wear warm clothes. We're in an unheated, uninsulated barn
  • Physical tickets are not needed, we will check you in at the door
  • If your plans change and you wish to cancel, please email me at [email protected]