These 4 songs are a tribute to the 5 years I spent in Boston, with all its life lessons, dreams and disillusions, and most importantly the beautiful people - artists every one - who poured themselves into the music.
Songsmith. Singer. Harpist.
Allegra channels a penchant for world rhythms, lyrical polyphony and spiritual adventurism into songs that remind us of our humanity.
An internationally-touring Berklee alum currently based in Brisbane, Allegra has worked with Grammy-winning artists Paula Cole and Javier Limon and has performed at the Boston Symphony Hall and IronHorse Music Festival, among others. She continues to record, tour, perform and facilitate workshop throughout Australia and the US. Allegra has performed in Australia, Israel, Colombia, and Mexico. In her travels she has given concerts, taught music masterclasses, led interactive workshops (for special needs adults and children) and volunteered with minority groups (such as relocated African refugee families in Utah, and marginalized migrant workers in Baja California Sur, Mexico). She toured throughout Israel as an accompanist musician with a group of Latter-Day Saint pilgrims and worked with the Arab-Christian community while visiting the sacred sites. Her Sri Lankan heritage and faith in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints also informs her work as an arranger and songwriter. Her craft is in the creative process of songwriting and improvisation as a means to channel the Divine. She has released two albums: “The Pilgrimage” a collection of original spiritual compositions, and “Sanctum of Deep Sighs” a devotional yet fresh re-imagining of Christian hymns. Her latest EP of original jazz-folk songs “Long Long Ago” was released in May 2018. Listen at www.allegracramer.bandcamp.com
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