Singer and songwriter Alessandra Zagame has been through all the walks of life. Whether it is through her personal life or from the lives who have been touched around her. Originally born in Paris, France, Zagame was primarily born in Worcester Massachusetts. Her music career started when she was about 12 years old and continues today. Now a graduating senior here at the Berklee College of Music.
Berklee has helped her develop her love of song writing and it really proved her growth when she was offered an internship with Starstruck Studios in Nashville Tennessee in the summer of 2015. Along with that she was also offered an internship with a music publishing company called Diamond Eye Publishing also in Nashville Tennessee.
She’s has been performing and recording for years and now she believes it’s time to give back to the community by releasing her first EP ‘Speak Up, Speak Out’ this March of 2016. Over half the proceeds will be donated to charities that help with mental illness and depression awareness.
Her EP about Awareness is coming soon to iTunes, Amazon Music, band camp and more! On March 7th be sure to order your copy. Remember every order goes towards this cause.
To read more about Zagame’s upcoming EP about her triumph you can click here and get the full story on Verge Campus Berklee.
In the meantime This is a short clip from the song ‘That’ll Be Ok’
- Big Questions, Big Ideas: Being a Fellow for the Open Music Initiative - August 12, 2016
- Berklee College of Music Featuring Ava Suppelsa - March 14, 2016
- Behind The Music Featuring The Ben Cote Band - March 11, 2016
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