Cheryn is a singer/songwriter based in Boston, Massachusetts. Growing up in Plymouth, Massachusetts, she started singing at an early age and was active in many choirs and theater productions, (including a madrigal choir where she wore an Elizabethan gown and poofy petticoat!). She learned to play the piano around age 4, picked up the guitar at 14, and just recently began studying the violin.
In college, she chose the safer route by pursuing a degree in Biology and Neuroscience at Emmanuel College rather than studying music. Following graduation, she administered immunizations and managed patient flow for a busy pediatric primary care office. In 2011, she returned to the lab bench and has been in academic research since then. Through these diverse experiences, Cheryn has cultivated a passion for research, technical mastery, and the drive to make a difference in how we treat certain diseases.
Her love of music and appreciation of a good harmony has lent to diverse interests in musical genres and form. When not in the lab, she enjoys co-directing Immutable, a Boston a cappella group. Her notable performances include performing the National Anthem at Fenway Park and most recently being a contestant on Season 2 of WGBH's Sing That Thing! with Immutable. Let her beautiful, resonant tone and masterful storytelling draw you in to a musical performance that’s both vulnerable and powerful.