Cassandra Kubinski - Singer / Songwriter / Musician from NYC 🍎
Cassandra Kubinski uses her music to connect people and create a community in an unparalleled way. In her world, the Butterfly Effect is real. She and her songs are butterflies, and she reminds people that you and your gifts and creations are also butterflies. And that sharing them has a ripple effect on you, your circle, and the planet. Cassandra knows that you are a part of her story and that she is a part of yours. You are already connected.
Cassandra’s brought her signature piano-centric pop sound around the world, from living rooms to stadiums, cafes to Barclays Center, NYC to LA, Thailand to Jamaica, Germany to Australia, and beyond. Her music encompasses the high vibes and catchy melodies of Sara Bareilles and the acoustic, nature-oriented style of Colbie Caillat and Jason Mraz.
She’s had song placements on ESPN’s “First Take,” NBC promos, Bravo’s “The Real Housewives,” and Lifetime’s “Dance Moms” (13 songs). You may have also heard her voice on commercials for Midas, Kohls, Toyota, Hershey’s, Maybelline, Snickers, as well as many other brands.
Cassandra and one of her earliest influences, the incomparable Billy Joel, penned a song together. She’s also written, recorded, and performed with luminaries like the Goo Goo Dolls, Chris Botti, 10,000 Maniacs, and DJ Taz Rashid.
As composer and bandleader of the Emmy-winning new media TV Show “The Never Settle Show,” she worked with popular TV host Mario Armstrong and producer Al Roker. She’s also proud to serve as Global Co-Chair of Membership for international non-profit Women in Music.
Cassandra’s #1MillionHearts movement was born from the intention to make the world a better place, one note at a time, one word at a time, one song at a time. Because when we are willing to use our power to touch even one heart, the ripple effect begins to help, impact, and heal #1MillionHearts.
By going beyond the scope of just artist and embracing the roles of connector and philanthropist, Cassandra has proven the healing power of her music already with songs like “Not So Different,” an Autism Anthem that helped raise over $30,000 for groups like the Institute for Autism Research, Autism Speaks, & Music for Autism. And her song “You Get Me” helped raise over $25,000 for pet rescue and shelter organizations like The Humane Society of NY, Helping Lost Pets, and Howl of a Dog. At the root of all of Cassandra’s art, there is always a song.