Event

Daphne Juliet

with Victoria Finehout-Vigil, MIA
Thu December 15 @ 7:00 PM ( Doors: 6:30 pm )
Heaven Can Wait
Ages 21 and Up
Additional Info
QUESTA
An upstart singer-songwriter born and raised in New York City, QUESTA's floating vocals, eccentric performances, and ability to convey emotion through his sonically rich arrangements has made him a crowd favorite in the underground performance scene in New York, playing shows at music staples such as the City Winery, Groove NYC, Red Lion, and The Cutting Room. He is backed by an eclectic group of talented musicians, which includes his producer Ben Wigler on bass, from the band "Arizona". Born Emilio Cuesta, he began his career as an actor, having graduated from NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Studies in 2017. As an actor, QUESTA infuses his theatrical training into his musical performances in a truly whimsical style. He began creating music in 2019, has released one single so far, and plans to release his first studio album in 2021.

Daphne Juliet 
Daphne Juliet is a psychedelic singer-songwriter based in Brooklyn. Her works are defined by deeply poetic lyricism that honors nature, love and human consciousness. Native to Maine, she is passionate about environmental conservation, community and wellness.

Victoria Finehout-Vigil
Victoria began her career in 2010 as a dancer, eventually becoming an aerialist and pole dancer. She’s performed In New York, Paris, Hong Kong, Cape Town, Tokyo, LA, and more in various concerts, television spots, and theatrical productions. She has since pivoted to music, and began her singer songwriter career with “Swallow” and “Lately.” 

MIA
Originally from Chicago, MIA is a Queer independent, self-produced vocalist and songwriter based in Manhattan. MIA taught herself music production when she was 19, and released her debut EP DRINKING ALONE two years later. A combination of inspiration from Jazz, Neo-Soul, and Experimental sounds, MIA is a powerhouse of emotional and vocal-heavy bedroom beats.

 
Artists
Daphne Juliet
Victoria Finehout-Vigil
MIA