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About Téa

Téa Renee’s songwriting paints vivid pictures that expand beyond the notes on the page. Starting at the age of twelve, Téa used songwriting as a form of communication and connection. Whether writing a ten-minute musical, a powerful political anthem, a heartbreaking ballad, or a comedic piece, Téa’s goal is to connect with others regardless of who they may be.


Her songwriting has earned her international performance opportunities, mainly in China and the United States. In 2018, Renee performed her original song, “Adulting” during her high school commencement. In 2019, she premiered the first singles off her first record “Broken Doll” as a featured performer on the Great Northern Radio Show. Currently, Renee is studying Songwriting at Berklee College of Music and performing at gigs around Boston with her incredible band. She is also one half of the musical group, 1Day (co-founded with Joseph Nehring).


While primarily a multi-genre singer/songwriter, Téa Renee is also a filmmaker. Her most memorable project was creating a short film that debuted at the premiere event for the Chinese smash-hit tv show “Burning Ice.” Téa is an activist. She is the founder of “Purple Aiders”, an epilepsy/disabilities/anti-bullying awareness organization. She also utilizes her music in her activism. Her award-winning song, “Let Them Have Peace,” has been performed at local protests—mostly notably at a 2018 March for Our Lives rally.

"She’s a marvelously talented young woman and seems destined to make meaningful contributions with her extraordinary gifts."
"Téa you HEAL me with your amazing mind, heart, songs, humor and soul and voice."

Rufus Woods,

The Art of Community NCW

Paula Cole,

Grammy Award Winning Artist

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