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Born in the heart of Israel, Talia came to the states as a toddler. By the time she was six years old, she was writing music. Talia began performing as soon as she was old enough to see over the keyboard. By age eleven she was accepted to the Cab Calloway School of the Arts, where she studied Voice, Dance and Theater. While there, Talia participated in the jazz ensemble, toured all over the world and won awards for her solo work. Talia continued her education by getting a degree from the Berklee College of Music. It was there that she sang for famous R&B/Gospel singer Tata Vega in the Berklee Performance Center and then for Smokey Robinson and Linda Ronstadt at Boston University's Agganis Arena. Talia does not confine herself to one genre or musical vocation- she composes, arranges, plays, sings and writes lyrics; in genres including folk, world, pop, dance and acoustic, and almost anything else that inspires her. The love of music and all that accompanies it is what drives her. From her evocative, emotional lyrics, to her simple, understated chord progressions and lively melodies- Talia feels the music in her bones- and hopes to have the same effect on her listeners.