Kate Eberstadt

Kate Eberstadt

November 28 – December 13, 2021

Kate Eberstadt is a composer, singer-songwriter, writer, and performing artist, born in Washington D.C. and currently based in Brooklyn. Her work has been shown internationally, most recently at National Sawdust (Brooklyn), The Connelly Theater (NYC), and The Nemetski National Theater (Kazakhstan.) She was selected as a Creator for the inaugural Toulmin Partnership by National Sawdust and The Center for Ballet and the Arts at NYU. Past artist residencies include The Watermill Center, The American Academy in Berlin, and The Center at West Park. Selected press: NPR, Mic.com, YAMAHA, El Español, Tokyo Shimbun, Der Tagesspiegel. Her writing has been published in The Berlin Journal, ROM Magazin, Slant News, and The Writer’s Rock Quarterly.

Kate founded The Hutto Project, a performing arts program for children living in an emergency refugee camp in Berlin. She has taught songwriting in public schools, detention facilities, foster care, after-school programs, and on Rikers Island. Kate enjoys spending time in nature and fostering dogs with Waldo’s Rescue Pen. For more information, visit http://www.kateeberstadt.com, or check out @updatesfromkate on Instagram. 

Kate makes music with her sister Izzi under the name Delune. Their music has been featured in Glamour, ELLE, PopSugar, and more. You can find their work on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Music, and on instagram as @deluneofficial.

Community Engagement

Lone Wolf Collaborative

Other video highlights as well as the full performance can be seen on our YouTube Channel.

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