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Robert Wallace + Faride Blanco + Sarah Khatami

$10 Cover @ the Door / Start 7:30pm / Doors 7pm

Robert Wallace

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Robert Wallace is a Washington D.C. born and South African raised pianist who now
studies at Berklee College of Music in Boston. After many years of classical training
and various performances at Carnegie Hall in New York, Robert has made the
transition to jazz, funk, R & B, fusion, and more. He now plans on writing music while
finishing his professional music degree.

Faride Blanco


Faride is a singer-songwriter from Dominican Republic that bases her music in melodies and rhythms from R&B, Pop and Soul. Her intention is to fuse electronic pop with her caribbean roots. She is currently attending Berklee College of Music and majoring in Music Business and doing her minor in Music Technology. Her EP “Code Blue” is coming out next May 2019.

Sarah Khatami

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Sarah Khatami is a singer/songwriter based in Pittsburgh, PA and Boston, MA. Her style
can be described as R&B/pop, with a unique improvisational flair, influenced by the
traditional Persian music she grew up listening to. As the child of two Muslim-Iranian
immigrants, Sarah has always had a great appreciation for her freedom to practice and
perform music. Sarah released her debut single Darkness in August 2017, then later
collaborated with Persian producer, KayHee, on their song “Zire Abra,” making this her
first Farsi song release on all major distributing platforms, including Radio Javan. Most
recently, Sarah released her debut self-titled EP in January 2018, and a music video for
her single, “This Time,” in February 2018. Sarah is studying songwriting at Berklee
College of Music, under an annual full-tuition scholarship.