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The Hum Presents: beccs x Little Kruta with Treya Lam

  • C'mon Everybody 325 Franklin Ave Brooklyn, NY 11238 USA (map)

beccs x Little Kruta

Treya Lam

Wednesday, July 17 at C’mon Everybody

Doors 8:00PM ϟ Show 8:30PM

A an evening classical collaboration featuring beccs x Little Kruta



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Hailed as The Deli Magazine’s Artist of the Month and one of NYLON Magazine’s “favorite cool girls”, Brooklyn-based artist beccs has a “one-of-a-kind” voice that HuffPo said “screams originality”. Fusing elements of soul, alternative and folk, beccs explores the power and expanse of femininity with a sound that is as dynamic as it is vulnerable.


Comprised of master musicians who are just as comfortable in the recording booth as they are performing live on stage, the foundation of this orchestra is built on a true love of playing. Little Kruta works as a democratic troop, providing more than just backing tracks: each member's voice holds equal weight and value, ensuring every note played holds true meaning to the performer. Founded by cellist and arranger Kristine Kruta who sought to create an ensemble that can both function as a stand-alone band as well as a work-for-hire orchestra, Little Kruta is making waves in the music world combining top-quality professional music services with the love and care of one's own family.


Treya Lam


Treya Lam is a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter whose cinematic songs and compositions are built on dynamic classically trained piano, ethereal vocals, meditative guitar and lush chamber-folk arrangements. Their debut album Good News was created entirely by womxn - headed by Kaki King who produced and released the record on her label June 2018

Treya is one of five artists selected for the 2019 Joe’s Pub Working Group residency and an active member of the Resistance Revival Chorus. She frequently performs with the Big Quiet and is developing a musical as an Associate Artist with the eco-theatre group Superhero Clubhouse. Lam seeks out extraordinary venues and has performed original music at the Prospect Park Bandshell, American Museum of Natural History, New York Botanical Gardens, Garfield Park Conservatory, MoCA Museum and the New York Public Library.

“She draws you in, hypnotizes you, and all at once you’ll get taken up by a huge tide, a swell that takes you over completely.” - Village Voice