Chitra Singh is a singer-songwriter-musician-actor-painter creating artworks and messages. She incorporates the diverse scales and rhythms of many musical traditions to produce a sound uniquely her own. Growing up in Guyana, she was born into a family engaged in living art forms - Indian, African, European- American and Indigenous music, dance and culture at an early age. She soon began writing and composing her own songs. In the 1980s, Chitra discovered the new urban tempo of her time, World Music, in New York City. She collaborated and performed with diverse artists, bands and collectives, as Black Rock Coalition, and the Underground, Punk and Grunge Movements. Essentially, a musical and lyrical storyteller, Chitra began her journey as a songwriter, composer and performer of great depth, bringing all her beauty and imagery as witness, and, offering glimpses of her worry and vulnerability in the theater of life. Chitra believes in giving back, because her art is a gift. She is an active member and volunteer in her community, participating in cultural, educational and social justice movements with organizations such as The Rajkumari Cultural Center, HeartShare School for Autistic Children, Jahajee Sisters, Sadhana Group, Sakhi for Women, Richmond Hill Economic Development Corp., Caribbean Alliance and the LGBT Equality Project in NYC. Chitra is actively involved in Voter Registration to help raise the voices and consciousness of immigrants and underserved communities of color.