Italian-born singer-songwriter Erene, having settled in New York City in the aughts, has developed a significant presence stateside in addition to her established career in Europe. Part of a reflective young generation of chanteuse singer-songwriters, Erene composes songs exploring her unique process of self-discovery through a bi-lingual voice. Erene is a skilled guitar & piano player influenced by the likes of Pat Metheny, Michael Hedges, John Adams, and Keith Jarrett, whose songwriting inspirations range from James Taylor, Stevie Wonder, Sting, Joni Mitchell and Carole King, to Antonio Carlos Jobim, Joao Gilberto, and Caetano Veloso.

Erene’s self-titled debut album was released to critical acclaim in the US and abroad, and she is currently developing a sophomore album to be released in late 2017. Erene is in rotation on Italian national radio and has appeared at festivals throughout Europe during the past decade. Her live performances have also had a spectacular impact at established NYC venues such as The Living Room, The Knitting Factory, Rockwood Music Hall, Bitter End, and Spike Hill. She has developed a growing and loyal fanbase both live and online. Among her proponents are hit-maker Brad Roberts of Crash Test Dummies, also a longstanding writing partner, and four time Grammy-nominated songwriter/producer Larry Dvoskin (David Bowie, Van Halen, Ricky Martin, Brandy). 

Erene is also known for her original version of the Italian National Anthem, which has been praised by the Italian press both in Italy and in the US. She is the sought after singer at the Italian Consulate in New York and other institutions such as the United Nations, where she performed twice just last April.

In addition to her forthcoming LP, Erene is in talks with European record labels for international distribution and is building a national American audience, with plans to tour across the nation in the coming months. 

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