Singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Valeria Pozzo began playing violin at a very young age. After spending many years developing as a classical musician in her native Italy, Valeria left Venice and moved to London to pursue music full time.
Inspired by the energy and pulse of London, Valeria began writing her own music and developing her voice as a singer-songwriter.
Over the years, Valeria’s boundless musical curiosity lead her to perform with artists spanning a spectrum of styles such as Jazz Jamaica All Stars, ESKA, Neil Cowley, Antonio Forcione, Robert Mitchell, Rhys Lewis, Josianne Clarke, and the NU Civilisation Orchestra.
Valeria has performed at some of the most prestigious halls and venues in Italy and the UK and has sung at world renowned Abbey Road Studio, where she recorded a cover of George Harrison’s ‘Here Comes The Sun’ for Peroni's Nastro Azzurro campaign.
Valeria’s classical background along with her extensive collaborations with these artists seem to perfectly collide and synthesise in her own work. Valeria’s music is not easily pinned down, but rather hovers around pop/folk, indie and jazz. Much of Valeria’s writing is directly inspired by her own personal experience, with themes of family, relationships, and distance explored with a deft touch and a heartrending wisdom.
Valeria is currently working on her forthcoming EP.