Deirdre Moncy is a singer-songwriter/ composer/ pianist based in Los Angeles. She enjoys a multi genre approach to music: Jazz, Rock, Pop and Blues, Acoustic/Folk, Indi/Alternative, and Standards etc.  Her album “Where I Live” and other tracks/singles are available on Spotify, iHeart Radio, YouTube, Apple Music and most streaming platforms. 

    Deirdre’s versatility was honed as a featured pianist and entertainer at the famous “Don’t tell Mama” Piano Bar in West Hollywood, and her theatre credits include the principal role of Eurydice in the Rock Opera “Orpheus a Season in Hell,” highly recommended by the Los Angeles Times and an LA Weekly Pick of the Week. She created a one woman cabaret show at Tom Rolla’s Gardenia Club of Hollywood, was a co-producer, vocal performance coach and judge of the wildly popular “Cabaret Idol” a three year running live show in Hollywood featuring vocal contestants and celebrity guest judges. 

    Moncy has headlined and produced musical residencies at legendary Los Angeles venues as a solo artist, as well as enjoyed many successful collaborative projects. For information on up coming shows, or to book Moncy, visit the calendar/contact page. 

     Born in Boston, Deirdre studied classical Suzuki violin and piano as a child, attended The American Academy of Dramatic Arts as a young adult, and is a graduate of The Musicians Institute College of Music in Hollywood.  She hold a Bachelors Degree of Music from California State University of Los Angeles in Commercial Music and Composition and earned a full scholarship  to The Herb Alpert Music Centre at Los Angeles City College in vocal performance. Moncy’s intention is to share her passionate love of music and knowledge with others through education, composition, community out-reach programs and performance. Always playing, singing and finding the joy in the next note, Deirdre is an ever evolving artist ready to create magic through music.



My mission is to connect with people - share our unique stories and powerful emotions, though the universal language of music.”