Bio

Zoe Levitt is a Boston-based singer-songwriter. Born and raised in Cambridge Massachusetts, she started playing mandolin and guitar at age six and began writing songs while still in college. She received the 2022 MIT Eloranta Fellowship for her project, granted to select students who show particular promise in their fields, for her project Healing Through Song.   

Zoe enjoys writing indie folk and bluegrass songs about everyday life and social justice issues, occasionally with a satirical take. She often uses her music to advocate for social change; her recent efforts include recording a video for the Cambridge Women’s Center and performing at the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center’s Walk for Change. Zoe has studied songwriting with Celia Woodsmith and Mark Erelli, and received a scholarship to study songwriting at the 2021 Ossipee Valley String camp. Zoe currently works with vocal coach Molly Rocklind. She regularly appears around Boston including at Club Passim, The Bebop, The Burren, Loretta’s Last Call, and Chulo’s. Currently a senior at MIT, Zoe is majoring in Geology and minoring in Music. 

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