Calliope Wren's mission in music is to break all barriers and boxes in which music and their genres carry. She is a Long Island born and raised solo singer/songwriter, recording and performing artist, advocate for mental health & the LGBTQ Community, specializing in all genres from pop/rock, rNb, rock, and pop.
Calliope Wren has over a decade of musical theater, performance and stage experience across long island & NYC. She attended Five Towns College for 2 years majoring in musical theatre and studying under David Krasner.
She has performed at various popular venues around and outside New york; such as Patchogue Theater, 89north, Heckscher Park on the Chapin Rainbow Stage, Amityville Music Hall, The Spotlight at The Paramount, The Bowery Electric, The Friars Club, The Triad Theatre and Stereo Garden where she opened for O-Town, Ryan Caberea and Backstreet Boy; Aj Mclean.
She is also extremely involved in several music communities along the east coast, networking, promoting/hosting showcases featuring herself and other up-and-coming artists and recently created an "Artist Development" Program to pass along her knowledge of all she's learned and continues to learn in the music industry! (more info @wrensstage on all socials)
"When people ask me what genre my music is.. I really don't have an answer for them. I don't have a type! I don't like to be put in a box. Constantly stepping out of my comfort zone which is something i've never done so much..it's freeing." Calliope Wren says.
Calliope has 4 singles out currently; "Her and I", "No Excuses", "We're Not Really Strangers", and "They Don't Understand Me" featuring Corbin Bronson. Available on all streaming platforms!
Wrens newest single; advocating to the LGBTQ+ community "Her and I" is OUT NOW ON ALL STREAMING PLATFORMS!