Kasia Sokalla, vocalist
Hailing from Gliwice, Poland, Kasia Sokalla’s stunning voice has entertained audiences in the United States and across Europe. A Magna Cum Laude graduate of Berklee College of Music, Kasia’s unforgettable performances have earned a variety of awards including Berklee’s Outstanding Performer Award and IAJE’s Outstanding Musicianship Award. Kasia has held the prestigious position of Soloist at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston. She has established herself as a world-class artist including: concerts, TV appearances & recordings in Poland as well as performances for Polish dignitaries in the USA, (e.g. Lech Wałęsa, Kościuszko Foundation), and at international festivals (e.g. Balkan in NYC).
This versatile vocalist shines in variety of musical styles: jazz, latin, Gregorian chant, oratorio, theater, folk etc. Her newest project KASIANA -Vocal Artistry focuses on classical scat.
Kasia has served her local community through benefits (MSPCA, American Cancer Society), supporting local arts & organizations (Bread & Roses Festival, Andover Artist Guild) and charity (Knights of Columbus) as well as concerts/activities at local churches, including performing at the Methuen Organ Hall. She was invited to sing at the State House for Veterans Day celebrations as well as for WWII Seabee Veterans groups. She also enjoys caroling with her children for a local MS Support Group.
Read about Kasia’s recent performance at the Pope John Paul II Memorial.
|Poznan, Poland||Broadway Music Concerts with Sinfonietta Polonia|
|St. James Church||Memorial Service for Pope John Paul II|
|Peabody Essex Museum||Performance for the Polish Ambassador|
|Robert Frost Foundation||The Seven Arts Riverfest|
|Massachusetts Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
|Benefit Concert for the Critters|
|Massachusetts State House||Polish Heritage Exhibit|
Kennedy School of Government
|Entertaining Polish President Lech Walesa|
|Kosciuszko Foundation||Dinner and Presentation Ball|
|Polish-American Congress, Boston||Entertaining first Polish Prime Minister
|Poland||Cantate Deo Jazz Ensemble|
|Northern European Tours||Continental Signers|
Hundreds of additional performances in musical theatre and at private functions.