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Aria Jay is a singer, songwriter, and producer hailing from NYC. Singing and studying since age 11, she honed her craft with opera master Judy Hages after discovering she had a nodule on her vocal cords. Using the classical Bel Canto technique she was able to heal without surgery or voice rest after one year of training. She went on to study jazz performance at The New School for Jazz, working with jazz greats such as Reggie Workman, Charles Tolliver, and Chico Hamilton. In the spring of 2018, Aria released her debut EP “Growth" along with her debut music video for the single "He Said." Shortly following this release, Aria was chosen to be artist in residence at Holyrad Studio in Brooklyn. During her residency, she created a visual album for this body of work. Stepping into the role of producer and engineer in 2019, Aria began to make records in her home studio. Since founding her production studio, SAINT MORRETTA in 2020, Aria has released an EP titled “When the Sun Comes Up” of her original self-produced material in collaboration with Torna (Daisy the Great, Johan Lenox). Currently, Aria is writing and producing for herself and other artists, and is frequently taking part in songwriting camps both as a writer and producer. She was most recently invited to Ari Herstand (Ari’s Take) and Danny Ross’s (Anti Social Producers Club) SongCon, working with Grammy nominated songwriters, producers, and engineers including Chris Sclafani, Dan Edinberg, and Marc Plotkin.
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