Primary Instrument: Vocalist
Born and raised within a family of Flamenco performers, Sabrina draws her vibrant musical inspirations from experiences of having lived in Brazil, the United States, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Contrary to the popular singer-songwriter stereotype, Sabrina did not begin her musical training at the young age of five or six, but much later in her adult life. Instead, her youthful passions lead her to pursue higher studies in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics. Sabrina is completing her PhD in Applied Mathematics at the world famous Imperial College London in England.
Nevertheless, a mezze of hard work, dedication and perseverance, with a healthy portion of talent proved to be the winning recipe for Sabrina to break into the European music scene.
Her musical influences span from the classical to contemporary, from Nina Simone and Django Reinhardt to Tori Amos and John Mayer. As a Brazilian at heart, Bossa Nova and other Brazilian music styles have also deeply influenced her musicianship. This eclectic blend has helped define Sabrina's unique and emotionally-intelligent musical aesthetic, which is evident in all her songs and defies any rudimentary classification of her music into one genre or another.
Sabrina's repertoire has grown to include collaborations with well acclaimed musicians such as Flamenco guitar player and composer Fernando de La Rua, Conrado Goys and Edu Krieger. She has performed in venues including London, Rio de Janeiro and Madrid.
She has a self-titled EP released on iTunes and Amazon.com. The songs were recorded and produced at Oca Studios in Sao Paulo, Brazil. They are a stepping-stone for Sabrina to launch her music career, emphasizing the importance of drawing influences from jazz, early rock & roll and pop by contextualizing these in a modern setting.
Awards:Winner of Slicethepie All Genres 7 Arena.
Sabrina Rabello EP
Tracks: Time; Schrodinger's Box; Big Ben; Cinthia; Supersonic Shuttle; For Real.
All music & lyrics by Sabrina Rabello, except:
"Cinthia" (music - Sabrina Rabello/Fernando de La Rua) and
"Big Ben" (lyrics - Kartik Anand/Sabrina Rabello/Blue Suzzanne)
All tracks produced by Conrado Goys, except
"Cinthia" and "Schrödinger's Box", produced by Fernando de La Rua.
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