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Past Dates

Wammie Winner for Best Soul Album in 2019, Cecily presents her soulful love letter to her beloved hometown of DC, including songs from the albums Songs of Love and Freedom and Awakening Pt. 1
Uptown Soul Lounge is, at once, the revival of Harlem's old jazz/soul ethos, and the birth of a new musical frontier. Launched in February of 2016, the series has made its name for bridging the gap between generations, blurring lines in the soul spectrum, and forging Harlem's most vital hotbed for the world's best emerging talent in soul music.
Oct 21, 2019
6:30PM
Washington , DC
“Artimacy” The Podcast with K. Charles will present intimate, live-to -tape interviews and performances with musical artists with various music genres. The live podcast will be a great opportunity to get up close and personal with some of your favorite artists. Featuring Cecily, Akua Allrich, and The String Queens.
Oct 12, 2019
4:00PM
Washington, DC
HillFest is an annual week-long music conference concluding with a day long music festival held outdoors in the Capitol Hill neighborhood the first week in October.
Oct 11, 2019
8PM
Washington, DC
Cecily and her band return to Marvin on 14th & U St. She will be performing her original music, as well as classic soul and jazz.
Oct 04, 2019
8:00PM
Los Angeles, CA
Cecily makes her debut in LA on Oct. 4th at historic venue The Mint. Doors open at 7:30PM. Cecily's performance begins at 8:45PM
Oct 03, 2019
8:30PM
Los Angeles, CA
Cecily will do an acoustic performance, sign merchandise, and do a meet & greet. This is a free event
SoulBounce and Curl Theory Salon invite you to the inaugural Soul Salon on Friday, September 20, 2019. Just let your soul glow and rock your curls, coils, kinks, waves, blow outs, braids, locs, fros – or however you wear your hair – from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Curl Theory Salon located in Bowie Town Center in Bowie, MD. Singer/songwriter Cecily will be our special musical guest, and she'll perform selections from her new EP, Awakening, Pt. 1, during a live acoustic set. In addition to Cecily's performance, there will be eclectic soul sounds all night, natural hair styling demos featuring Curl Theory products, giveaways and a Shop @ SoulBounce pop-up shop.
Sep 19, 2019
6:00PM
Washington, DC
Join us on September 19th to celebrate the 2nd year anniversary of DC Radio. This event is free and open to the public! Performances by Cecily, Deborah Bond, Phil Ade, Yusha, Chaz French, Christina Jones, and more.
Held at the historic site of Marvin Gaye’s professional singing debut, The Riverside Healthy Living Center, formerly known as the Crystal Room nightclub, now serves as a healthy food incubator space, bike repair station, and community programming venue operated by Washington Parks & People. An NSO string ensemble—including Wanzhen Li (violin), Tsuna Sakamoto (viola), and Steven Honigberg (cello)—pays homage to the District’s legacy of Marvin Gaye in an intimate performance of selected arrangements featuring local favorite Cecily—a vocalist, songwriter, and 2019 Best Soul Album Wammie Award winner. Seating is first-come, first-served, and space is limited. Presented as part of NSO In Your Neighborhood, a community engagement initiative that provides free NSO performances and activities for one week in a specific D.C. neighborhood. #NSOneighbor events range from full NSO concerts and chamber performances to in-school visits and masterclasses, presented in collaboration with local and community-based venues.
Sep 10, 2019
7:00PM
Facebook Live,
Join me for a live concert you can watch from wherever you are! My band and I will be performing the songs from my new album AWAKENING Pt. 1. You will also be able to ask me questions, and hear the inspiration behind the album! Tuesday, September 10th *7PM EST*4PM PST*11PM GMT* Tune in at www.facebook.com/CecilyMusic
Cecily will be a featured performer in "The Just and the Blind," part of the Kennedy Center's REACH Opening Festival. Explore issues of racial profiling and the prison-industrial complex in "The Just and the Blind," a multimedia collaboration of short poetry/spoken word vignettes created by composer-violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain, spoken-word artist Marc Bamuthi Joseph, and street dance pioneer Drew Dollaz.