Kristen Puttagio | Let It Go

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Let It Go

by Kristen Puttagio

With her warm voice, melodic piano lines, and blend of catchy harmonies and countermelodies, Kristen creates songs that speak to our hearts with their lyric stories.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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Kristen was born and raised on Long Island, New York, where she quickly grew to love all things creative. At a young age, you could find her making up songs at her Grandmother’s piano, choreographing dances for her friends and younger sister, singing to her favorite record, “Annie,” and drawing in her sketchpad. She started piano lessons at 8 years old, and by high school she was opting to take extra classes so that she could study both art and music.

Her first experience as a performer was as an accompanist for a school production of “The Wizard of Oz,” but she soon found that her true passion was to be on stage herself. What followed was a string of acting and singing roles in community, school, and regional theaters. She studied piano, acting and stage design at Stony Brook University as a freshman college student, and then continued her studies at Five Towns College where she was introduced to the world of jazz. It was there that she delved into composition, learning the ins and outs of the recording studios while continuing to study piano and musical theater.

Kristen graduated Magna Cum Laude and earned a Bachelor of Music, as well as the Award for Outstanding Achievement in Musical Theatre at her school. Armed with the inspiration instilled by several teachers, she went on to co-produce 2 children’s albums, creating a music publishing company and joining ASCAP in the process. She was thrilled to learn a short while later that her original song, “Thank You,” from the second album received an Honorable Mention from The John Lennon Songwriting Contest.

While continuing to act and write music, Kristen kept up her love for art as well and began designing CD covers for local artists. She also grew interested in acting for film and after attending a local shoot, she was hooked. She began working in school, independent and major motion picture films and landed a job with RuMe Corporation, acting in industrials for companies such as KMart and Saks Fifth Avenue. Passionate about these new endeavors, Kristen headed to NYU’s Stonestreet Studios for a summer of intensive acting classes. It was one of the most amazing learning experiences for her; she immersed herself in the work there, often staying after classes to rehearse and to absorb everything around her.

Most recently, Kristen began studying with Monroe Mann, and congruent with his philosophies, she continued to pursue projects in several creative fields. As a multifaceted artist, she has played keyboard for a local band, composed an anthem for The Musical Box Society International, illustrated comics for the text book, “Preparing For A Career In Media and Design” (Pearson/Prentice Hall), and has had her children’s music arranged and played on carousels across the country (and in Canada!). She has experience as an arranger, piano teacher and graphic designer, and is in the process of completing two screenplays. She also earned a Master of Music with a concentration in music composition this past spring.

Now that Kristen is done with grad school, she is looking forward to returning to the studio and getting her music out!

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The drama mama

Great singing in the car song
Best alone and thinking time in my car. I first listened to this in my car. Great song to sing along with and vent Gives you a feeling YES Just letting go. Learn the words ....you'll be hooked......realize we all feel this way sometimes.....can't always be perfect. :) Love it!
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