Lillian Seibert—creator and vocalist of Lillian and the Muses—is a singer, songwriter, and multimedia artist born and raised in rural Vermont. At the end of a dirt road, her earliest musical influences emerged from the melodies of song birds, whispers in the trees and long nights singing to her father's guitar.
Lillian has been performing and composing original music for the past decade with influences ranging from Dolly Parton and John Prine to Lana Del Ray and Rachael Price.
With almost ten years of classical and operatic vocal training, she has performed in various choirs in Vermont, Boston and Germany. Her choral and folk roots are omnipresent in her work, creating a unique fusion of melodic and stylistic structure. She studied music at Berklee College of Music, and graduated with a bachelor's degree in Anthropology and a minor in Music from the University of Vermont.
Lillian and the Muses is currently creating music across multiple genres in through both live and recorded performances.
Live shows of Lillian and the Muses typically consist of vocals by Lillian Seibert and supporting instruments that lend themselves to an indie folk and their Americana influenced sound.