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Nathalie Raedler / Bio

Nathalie's Pop/Rock debut,"Four Elements", is out now!! Main ingredients: Mix American Pop Rock with British Invasion Music. Add a pinch of Funk and Acoustic and ... voilà, you’ve got “Four Elements”!
Available on all the online stores like iTunes, Amazon and Spotify!

Nathalie Raedler is a Brazilian-German singer, guitarist, songwriter and composer, currently based in Boston, USA.
Having spent her childhood in three different countries, Brazil, Portugal and Spain, exposed her to different cultures and most important, very diverse music.
Showing an early and huge interest in music, her mother decided to put her in singing lessons at the age of four. Classical piano lessons followed soon and became her main focus for several years. Nathalie enjoyed composing and songwriting on the piano, but felt the need to learn guitar to express her musical ideas more precisely. After graduating at the film school ECIB in Barcelona and having performed with several bands for different occasions, she decided to specialize on jazz and blues guitar and voice at the Conservatori Liceu in Barcelona, Spain.

During the time there she played and performed in many bands as well writing music for short films. 2009 she got cast as the lead guitar and background singer for the all girl pop-rock band “El Secreto De Alex”. The band participated in the Spanish Eurovision Contest and got into the Semifinals, aired on Spanish national TV channel, TV1.
2009 she got a scholarship to study voice at Berklee College Of Music. She graduated summa cum laude in Professional Music last May, 2012. Nathalie just released her Pop-Rock debut EP, "Four Elements", which is avalable on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.

General Info

Artist Name
Nathalie Raedler
Profile Page
Pop / Rock / Brazilian Music

Contact Info

Jamaica Plain, MA

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