ShoutHouse is a collective of 10+ hip-hop, jazz, and classical musicians based in NYC. Said to be “exploring a whole new form of expression...” (The Culture Trip), they have been featured at venues such as The Kennedy Center, The Greene Space, National Sawdust, Brooklyn Academy of Music and more. Over the past few years, ShoutHouse has collaborated with more than 50 artists, including hip-hop and contemporary dancers, filmmakers, and musicians from many genre backgrounds. Their original music has been featured on radio shows like WNYC’s “New Sounds” with Jon Schaefer and “44 Charlton” with Julian Fleisher, WBAI’s “Making Music”, and the “I Care if You Listen” mixtape. Recording and performance projects have been supported by the Brooklyn Arts Fund, the Queens Council on the Arts, the Jerome Fund, and Sparkplug Foundation. They are led by founder and artistic director Will Healy.