Children's Concert with Ms. Bergin at Wadawanuck Square

Summer Concerts: Children's Concert with Ms. Bergin
Tuesday, August 17 at 6pm
Please note this concert takes place at Wadawanuck Square in front of the Stonington Free Library in Stonington Borough

There is no rain date for this concert; in the case of inclement weather, please check lagruacenter.org for cancellation information.

Major support for the summer Concerts on the Green has been provided by the Stonington Village Improvement Association.

Join Ms. Bergin, beloved local children’s musician for an hour of music and singing.  Bergin O’Malley, a pop-folk singer songwriter, first started writing children’s music twelve years ago when she was pregnant with her first child Emmett. Along with her singing partner, Melissa Haith, she wrote and released two children’s albums, Sing and Play Together, full of upbeat, catchy songs. 

Ms. Bergin’s original music celebrates the simple joys of childhood, the bonds of families, the magic of colors and more. Her “Stonington Song” has become somewhat of a local anthem for children and grownups alike.  Come enjoy some children’s classics as well as her own originals, during this family-friendly music program. 

Bring a blanket or lawn chair and get ready to sing and play! 

Free and open to the public. 
 


Stonington-based singer-songwriter Bergin O'Malley writes about the human condition with candor and compassion, and digs deep into the subjects that showcase our humanity--our vulnerability, our relationships, our joys, our loves and our losses.  Her effortless and unique piano style showcase her rich, textured voice, and she draws you in with her catchy tunes and relatable lyric. ​

The combination of her smokey, honey voice, poignant observations, unyielding spark and hooks that make you want to sing along and tap your toes draw you in an make you an instant fan.

A songwriter since the age of nine, Bergin explains "music has always been who I am. I didn’t choose to be a songwriter, it has just always been what I do. Some people are born to run, paint, or solve math puzzles, but I was born to write music.  It is how I experience and process life and I feel lucky to have this gift and to keep working at my craft."