Naomi Westwater is a queer, Black-multiracial singer-songwriter from Massachusetts. Like a rose with many petals, Naomi’s music is layered, striking, and tender, and she weaves in and out of Folk music, flirting with jazz and rock. Naomi was nominated for a 2022 and 2021 Boston Music Award for best singer-songwriter and has been featured in Under The Radar, WBUR, Vanyaland, WGBH, Allston Pudding, and The Bluegrass Situation. Naomi holds a Master of Music in Contemporary Performance and Production from Berklee College of Music. She was nominated for a 2022 and a 2021 Boston Music Award for best singer-songwriter, she is a 2020 617 Sessions Artist, a 2020 Boston Opportunity Fund recipient, a 2019 Club Passim Iguana Music Fund grant recipient, and a 2019 Berklee College of Music Post Master’s Graduate Fellow.
In addition to making music, Naomi is on faculty at Club Passim and Not Sorry Productions teaching songwriting, English, and spirituality, and leads the Boston chapter of Beats by Girlz.