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::: News ::: 

  • 4th of July concert in Wenatchee — SKY MUSE at 5:00 pm 

  • July 6 — OPEN-AIR CONCERT, 120 IRWIN LANE Leavenworth WA at 7:00 pm 

  • August — tour in Italy 

 

  • September — tour in Italy 

  • December 22 — Numerica Hall BOSAYA and Leavenworth Village Voices

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BOSAYA, currently based in Leavenworth, WA, is pulling out all the stops: with special effects, audience participation, a dance floor near the stage, and guest artist Tony B, these concerts promises to be one you’ll not soon forget.
 
But the main attraction of this indie-pop duo is its eponymous singer-songwriter, whose unmatched, five-octave soprano has captivated and awed audiences all over the world, while her engaging personality and stage presence turn each of the group’s concerts into a celebration.
 
The group’s virtuosic guitarist and talented sound producer, Vadim Zariuta, buttresses Bosaya’s vocals with an intuitive effortlessness that borders on the magical. Besides playing and writing music, Vadim, in his role as a producer, has worked for Tony Gee (Selena Gomez, Ava Max, and Justin Bieber), as well as Warner Music, Unrealistic Records, and Diamond Records, and has produced songs and music videos under the auspices of his own label, Luosi.
 
BOSAYA has toured in the States, including Burning Man, as well as internationally. They’ve recently opened with Tony B for B.O.B. and Flo Rida, with plans to be the opener for Nelly in Aspen this September. They also regularly collaborate with rapper, hip-hop artist, and poet Nadirah X.
 
Since making Leavenworth their home in 2020, Bosaya and Vadim have thrown themselves into the local community with the aim of supporting, diversifying, and contributing to the music scene in the upper and lower valleys by regularly giving shows at local venues, collaborating with local artists, including Wentachee’s Troy Lindsey, and appearing as guest artists of local musicians, such as the Leavenworth Village Voices. They are also working on a project to promote music pedagogy and performance among the valley’s young artists.

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