Cat Rian

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about

I’ve been in love with singing for as long as I can remember.  According to my mother, I started singing from the moment I came out of the womb.  Whether or not this is true the world may never know, so lets just say I’ve been singing for a pretty long while.  It’s my passion, my love, my life, and I intend on continuing to do it for an even longer while.

Growing up in Las Vegas, I have been incredibly blessed to have the opportunity to share my love for music with my community in incredible venues across the Las Vegas Strip.  Some of the opportunities I hold most dear include residencies at the Delano, The MGM Signature, and Lake Las Vegas.

I’m very proud to say that I was the first official student ambassador & mentor of Positively Arts Foundation, a Las Vegas based 501c nonprofit organization striving to empower, to inspire, and to heal young children through performing arts education.  This foundation is such a blessing to me, and I am so honored to have had the opportunity to teach children singing and performance skills and watch them realize their potential and talent.

Nonprofit work is very important to me, and I have also had the privilege of becoming involved with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.  In 2015, I released my single “You Are Strong” in sponsorship of the lifeline, donating a portion of all of the proceeds directly towards the program.  You can find a link to this song on the home page.  I truly appreciate all support of this cause.

I'm now a junior at Stanford University, studying the intersection of computer science, music, and human interaction.  I'm extremely passionate about how technology, music, and entertainment can combine in the interest of positive social impact.  I'm incredibly grateful for the music/arts community at Stanford, and I've been able to enjoy performing around campus at student-organized events and shows.

Thank you so much for reading, and thank you so, so much for your support and kindness!

with love & gratitude,