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Tickets for Nosferatu 10/29


Strange Woman Records presents: UnSound Sundays. Silent Films with Live Scores. Re-imagined with creative musicians from different genres.

Sunday September 17th METROPOLIS with

Amy K Bormet (keyboard, vocals, electronics)

Matt Dievendorf (guitar, electronics)

Ally Hany Albrecht (trumpet)

Ryan McGeorge (euphonium, electronics)

Chris Payne (percussion)



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An original cabaret of mythological proportions featuring Jenna Murphy, Amy K Bormet, and Misy Singson. This silly, sexy ode to the supernatural is definitely not suitable for children. Each song explores the perspective of a different, fantastical lady. You’ll hear from a lusty vampire, a forgetful siren, a witch who might be the source of your sexual frustration, and Frankenstein’s ex-girlfriend- just to name a few. Maybe there will be a song about Bigfoot. But we don’t want to promise that—she’s very elusive.

​This cabaret is a show-in-development! Some of you may have seen a couple of the songs performed at the opening night festivities for Iphigenia. This round you’ll get even more songs and sassy banter! And then hold on to your hats as this cabaret continues to build and mature. So come by, have a drink, sing along to the songs you know, and then corner us afterwards to talk about the sex monsters you think deserve a choral ode.

Big Bear Cafe

1700 1st St NW 2nd Floor, Washington, DC 20001


Fri, August 25th, 2023 @ 7:00PM EDT

SO EXCITED to have my incredible singers back for this free summer concert! The Great Lawn at the Parks was listed by Washingtonian magazine as one of the area’s top five outdoor spots to listen to live music–Bring your own picnic, blanket and refreshments, and enjoy popular local food vendors and giveaways.

Pianist, vocalist, and songwriter Amy K Bormet created the Washington Women in Jazz Festival (WWJF), now in its 14th year, to connect with, support, and collaborate with women jazz musicians in Washington, DC and beyond. Working with vocalist and arranger Taylor Young, Bormet’s latest musical project adds layers of rich vocal harmonies. Fusing soulful melodies, introspective lyrics, and captivating arrangements the Amy K Bormet Trio (with bassist Karine Chapdelaine and drummer Angel Bethea) adds three creative vocalists (Taylor Young, Samiyah Muhammad, Taylar Lee) to become a sextet, elevating the music to emotional heights.


Biomorphic Forms (Amy K Bormet, Alex Hamburger, Nicole Davis, Keith Butler Jr.) @ DC Fringe Festival (Near Baked and Wired in Georgetown) 12pm-4pm $FREE

July 18

No Trick Pony (Bormet, Settles, Butler) with Balance Duo (Detroit) @ Rhizome in Takoma Park $20

July 20

Keith Butler Group –Take 5 @ Smithsonian American Art Museum Kogod Courtyard $FREE

July 23

Amy K Bormet/Matt Dievendorf Group @ DC Fringe Festival (Near Baked and Wired in Georgetown) 12pm-4pm $FREE

August 12

Amy K Bormet’s Washington Women in Jazz @ The Parks at Walter Reed 6pm-8pm $FREE

April 26 12pm-1pm at Union Station – Free lunchtime concert sponsored by the Mayor’s Office with Amy K Bormet Trio (Corcoran Holt, CV Dashiell III)

April 29 Birdland at Chevy Chase Lake 11am Leigh Pilzer Startet, 12pm Amy K Bormet Trio

April 30 5th Annual DC Jazz Leaders Gala with Capitol Hill Jazz Foundation

May 3  Biomorphic Forms (Amy K Bormet, Alex Hamburger, Nicole Davis, Keith Butler Jr.) for Fringe Festival at the Duck Pond SW

May 4 7pm Biomorphic Forms at the Arts Club of DC $20-30 ticket includes wine and hors d’oeuvres.

May 18 7 and 9pm with Jessica Boykin-Settles at Blues Alley

May 19 6-9pm Washington Women in Jazz at the Canal Center in Alexandria

June 8 Duo show for Jazz at the Kramer with Jessica Boykin-Settles

July 18 No Trick Pony (Bormet, Keith Butler Jr., Brian Settles) at Rhizome DC with our friends from Michigan – Balance Duo!

August 12 Washington Women in Jazz at the Parks at Walter Reed

Thrilled to make this festival happen with Alex Hamburger- read all about it and get your tickets now, will definitely sell out!
Sunday, April 02
Doors: 3:30pm

Doors at 4:00 | Show at 4:30
All Ages


Join us for the inaugural “My Body, My Festival”, a DC music festival/ fundraiser for the DC Abortion Fund! This eclectic festival will feature DC’s top musicians, from Jazz to Blues, RnB to folk, uniting to help make reproductive choice a reality.


Host: Katea Stitt from WPFW


Line Up:


– Jenna Camille


– Elena La Fulana


– The Honey Larks


– Biomorphic Forms (Amy Bormet/Alex Hamburger/Keith Butler/Nicole Davis)


– Attic Sessions



DCAF will have an information table and speaker


The Outrage will be selling reproductive justice merch and donating a percentage of any proceeds
Outreach partners: Washington Women in Jazz Festival and Strange Woman Records


Made possible with sponsorships by: Ellen and Mike Gold, Dianne Hunt Garden Designs, Ginny and Randy Cohen