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in collaboration with The South Asia Institute,
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NOVEMBER 7-9, 2014

ZoyaStoryteller and avid traveller, Zoya, is carving a home for herself in the indie folk music world. Unmasking her conscience in her confessional songwr iting and orchestral arrangements, these revelations gather Zoya’s experiences and understan dings of the lives with whom she has brushed shoulders.

Beginning the journey in her birth country, India, her childhood home in Southern California, and unearthing countless countries in between, Zoya has developed a genre that stretches across all borders. Zoya kept up with her roots and is intertw ining the inescapable allure of the North Indian music tradition through her entrancing vocal style, coupled with intense, stirring harmonies, and eclectic nstrumentation.

She has been featured by the likes of Rolling Stone India, the Huffington Post, and raved about by Boxx Magazine as - "someone wielding both a music business degree and a microphone...whimsical and experimental, but never for a second vapid." Upon graduation at the world-renowned Berklee College of Music, Zoya is nurturing her passion for music and after completion she hopes to move overseas to foster her eclectic sound and preserve her wanderlust nature.
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