Caroline Kuhn’s heartfelt songwriting creates a unique union between folk and jazz with soaring melodies accompanied by rhythmic fingerpicking on the guitar and tenor banjo. A recent graduate of The New England Conservatory of Music, Caroline spent the last four years completing her degree in contemporary improvisation. After spending time in Boston building upon her extensive experience singing harmony in a variety of styles (from medieval to jazz), she returned to her native New York City. Caroline began her career in NYC at the age of five, recording jingles and doing an assortment of voice-over work, as well as spending many years as a chorister with the Young People’s Chorus of New York City. Outside of her solo project, Caroline is an active member of the folk trio, The Ladles.

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