Neo Gcabo is an R&B, Jazz & Neo-Soul vocalist from Pretoria, South Africa. She is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music with a Music Business/Management degree and has toured internationally with the University of Pretoria Youth Choir and has performed with Grammy Award–winning artists Esperanza Spalding and John Oates.
As an artist, Neo has performed at the Regatta Bar as part of the Berklee Summer In The City Concert Series, at the Boston Public Markets 'Local Libations' and at the 2016 Boston Book Festival. Neo has performed alongside artists such as Lisa Oduor-Noah, Wambura Mitaru, Marcus Prince and has performed with Skybridge, a band for social justice led by Utako Toyama. She is part of the Songs for World Peace, a global initiative by musicians from all over the world to promote peace through the power of music. Neo has toured nationally with Brown Box Theatre Project, a traveling theatre company. Through her work, Neo offers a space to exist freely among others as you are inviting audience members to join in song and acknowledgement of our humanness.
As a manager, Neo has worked at La Roque MGMT, a boutique artist management company and subsequently managed an up and coming artist Tim Reynolds. A young violinist, singer, composer, arranger, from Rome, Georgia. Tim has released his debut EP, "From the Heart", with a stellar performance with his band "Tim Reynolds and Family".
Neo is currently the Director of Marketing and Community Development at Dunamis Boston, a non-profit organization aimed at providing professional development training for emerging artists and arts managers of color Boston. Neo hosts workshops and seminars on marketing and branding, while co-producing the Jamaica Plain Porchfest and The Allison Wade Masterclass Series.
Outside of work, you can find Neo traveling, attempting to be a part time influencer, and creative consulting.