Kymberly Stewart is a dynamic singer, songwriter, pianist, composer, and early childhood music educator from Los Angeles, CA. Born in Chicago, but raised in Oakland, CA, Kymberly grew up listening to a broad range of musical styles such as jazz, contemporary, broadway, and world music through her participation in school choirs and community programs. These experiences broadened Kymberly’s perspective and view of the world around her, allowing her to appreciate and respect cultures different than her own. This perspective is evident in the music that Kymberly creates for children and families.
Kymberly's children’s CDs, Giggles and Curls and Giggles & Curls II the Deluxe Edition, is a testament to her versatile talent. Upbeat and interactive, her songs celebrate childhood over a soundboard of jazz, gospel and soulful pop sounds. Her family fan base continues to grow as she showcases her eclectic skills through performances at early childhood learning centers and community events.
In 2021, Kymberly and a number of black artists and musicians in the children and family music genre released the album, All One Tribe; an album that celebrates the rich diversity of black culture and promotes positive self imaging for children. It was nominated for 2022 GRAMMY for Best Children's Album. The album has been mentioned by The New York Times and appeared in Bill Board magazine.
Along with being a children's music artist, some of Kymberly's credits include performing on America's Got Talent with Angel City Chorale, and in a number of stage productions throughout the greater Los Angeles area. She was nominated for a Stage Raw Award in the category of Featured Actress in a Musical for her performance in the Lynn Ahrens' penned musical, Dessa Rose.
Kymberly is a voting member of The Recording Academy and is also a member of the Children's Music Network. She works with Pickleberry Pie Hospital Concerts for Kids; a non-profit organization that brings the healing joy of music to children in hospitals and special needs facilities, Create Now, an organization that provides creative arts opportunities to underserved children and youth, and Family Music Forward; an organization that amplifies black music artists while amplifying black and brown children and communities.
Kymberly is committed to her work as she considers it her responsibility to create quality music for children that is both enriching and fulfilling.