Raina Sokolov-Gonzalez w/ special guests Alita Moses & Lila Blue
Raina Sokolov-Gonzalez is a singer/composer based in Brooklyn, New York. Born into a family of musicians, music was Raina’s first language and it runs deep within her veins. Rooted in Jazz and R&B, the songwriter invites us into her unique sonic world with harmonic nuance and lyrical poetry.
Raina’s cross-genre style is built from the bottom up. With improvisation as a starting point for her songs, Raina draws on her emotionality and leans into her perception of the world around, uncovering hidden depths within daily life and articulating personal truth with vulnerability and bravery. Songwriting is her way of processing and understanding life in all its complexity.
With over 600k streams on Spotify and a budding global audience, RSG has packed rooms at prestigious venues such as Brooklyn Bowl, SOB’s, Rockwood Music Hall, MoMA PS1 and many others. Working with artists such as William Parker, RSG has deep ties to the NYC music scene.
A virtuosic vocalist, songwriter, and entertainer, she has performed with a long list of household names in both the jazz and pop worlds, including legends like Shawn Mendes, Jacob Collier, Al Jarreau, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Chris Botti, Cynthia Erivo, and Vic Mensa. Since becoming the youngest ever winner of the Shure Montreux Jazz Vocal Competition in 2014, touring Europe as a band leader and teaching artist, and hitting the international festival circuit as the front woman of several bands, Alita has gained and maintained a world-wide reputation of bringing a natural warmth to every stage and continues to astound audiences with grace, soul, and a musical maturity beyond her years. Her original music draws from major influences such as Emily King, Blossom Dearie, and Corinne Bailey Rae, resulting in a sweet, soulful experience for everyone involved.
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New York based singer-songwriter Lila Blue has been writing music since the age of 8, producing and self-releasing albums and EPs since she was 13, as well as composing for theatre and film. Her most recent release, an EP titled “Not Yet”, dropped in August. With a song-writing style that weaves a sonic narrative, Lila pulls the listener alongside her on a surreal, cinematic, and deeply human journey.
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with special guests Alita Moses & Lila Blue