Jazz Leaders Fellow Miss Olithea Presents: Happy New Year, An Ode to the Spring Equinox



Saturday March 23rd, 2023 – 7:30-9pm (BKCM Concert Hall)

“I will never understand why we celebrate the new year while nature is in a season of shedding and hibernation.  If your New Year’s resolution didn’t work out don’t worry! The Spring as a beautiful chance to start again. Join  me in celebrating a season of renewed energy!” – Miss Olithea 

Join us for a FREE concert by BKCM Jazz Leaders Fellow Miss Olithea! At her BKCM debut, Miss Olithea will engage the audience in a two-part performance. The night will begin a small group leading a sound bath with elements of musical exploration and improvisation. Later on, Miss Olithea will be joined by multiple special guests to round out what is sure to be an unforgettable experience.

Miss Olithea is a singer, songwriter, producer, and sound healing practitioner. She is a native New Yorker who by the age of 18 has performed at every major concert hall in NYC. She received her BFA from the Hartt School in musical theater. Some of her favorite credits include Millie Christine McKoy’s Syncopated Sonnets at the Lannan Foundation, The Afrofuturism Festival at Carnegie Hall, JAM Performance MoMA residency, Maroon and Suffragettes: a Tribute to Greg Tate. Olithea is a proud member of the World renowned Burnt Sugar Arkestra Chamber. Olithea has also released her music Long Day’s Journey (2016) and To Be Seen and Heard (2017) Since those releases, Olithea has deepened her practice in meditation and experimental music. With the use of vocal loops, fx, and sound bowls she channels spirit that calms the heart and eases the mind. In 2022 she released Cosmic Church (2022), a live meditation EP. Miss Olithea also is a voice teacher and in November 2020 she started her own private studio The Vocal Journey. Olithea finds true delight in training singers in evidence-based techniques for a lifetime of healthy singing.

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