Margaret Davis is a harpist and jazz singer, recently relocated from New York City to Houston, TX. Well-versed in the classical repertoire, Davis earned a Bachelor of Harp from The Juilliard School, and a Master of Music Degree from The Yale School of Music. Since graduating, she has worked to combine her two passions and perform original arrangements of jazz and contemporary music as a singing harpist. This year, Davis has performed at private events, weddings, and concerts throughout the Northeast at venues like The New York Athletic Club, The Yale Club Manhattan, The Andaz Wall Street, The Bourne Mansion, Oheka Castle, and more. She is currently recording her first jazz album as a singing harpist. Davis also performs and records classical music as a soloist, orchestral, and chamber musician, and was featured as a guest recitalist at the University of Scranton last year. Recently, Davis performed at Carnegie Hall with Ensemble Connect, at the Tower Theater in Philadelphia with rock band, Hanson, and at Afternoon Tea at the St. Regis Hotel in New York City. Davis is a founding member of new, indie band, Astoria Window, featuring harp, vocals, ukulele, and electronics. Astoria Window utilizes fx pedals and electronic elements to augment the acoustic nature of the harp; the band has been captivating audiences this year with floaty textures, catchy melodies, and groovy beats at NYC venues like the Knitting Factory and the Delancey, and is currently recording their debut EP.