Haley Heynderickx

A black-haired woman kneels down among lush green plants.
Haley Heynderickx

Join us Friday, April 23, at 7:30 PM, for a screening of a live performance by Haley Heynderickx, whose debut release I Need to Start a Garden combines traditional folk music with a unique sensitivity and earthiness. Heynderickx’s live performance will be streamable via Zoom and projected on the side of the Tang. Sarah Choi ‘22 and Isaiah Perkins '22 will open.

Register to watch this concert via Zoom.

Register to watch this concert in person outside the Tang. This in-person screening is open only to Skidmore students, and has a limited capacity.

Safety measures, including strict six-foot social distancing and mask wearing, will be enforced.

This event is organized and sponsored by Lively Lucy’s Coffeehouse, WSPN 91.1FM, and Skidmore’s Asian Cultural Awareness Club.

About Haley Heynderickx

Haley Heynderickx is an American singer-songwriter based in Portland, Oregon. A lifelong Oregonian, her roots in the rural parts of the state, as well as her family’s Filipino roots, heavily inform her work. Heynderickx moved to Portland to attend Portland State University, where she continued to work on her music and refine her songwriting. After graduating, she released her first EP Fish Eyes, in 2016. Since then, she’s released two more EPs and her first full-length album, I Need To Start A Garden on Mama Bird Recording Co. Her work, in the tradition of folk singers like Joan Baez, Pete Seeger, and Bob Dylan, speaks of the natural world, spirituality, and finding the universal within the quotidian.

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