Alita Moses is a Connecticut-born, Philadelphia-brewed, and award-winning vocalist taking the music scene by storm.
After earning a BM in Jazz Vocal Performance from the University of the Arts, she made her way to New York City where she has performed with Vic Mensa on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, recorded with members of the Christian McBride Big Band, and wowed audiences of famous venues such as Rockwood Music Hall, Mercury Lounge, Joe’s Pub, and many more.
Internationally, Alita has toured Europe with the Walter Fischbacher jazz trio, opened up for Al Jarreau at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland after winning the Shure Montreux Jazz Vocal Competition the year before, and, most recently, made her debut in China at Jazz at Lincoln Center Shanghai with the Benny Bennack III trio.
Although she’s based in NYC, Alita’s versatility is bringing her all over this summer, namely to the Jacksonville Jazz Fest with her neo-soul band, Lohai, and Bonnaroo with pop artist, John Splithoff in June. Alita astounds audiences with her grace, presence, and musical maturity from New York to Europe and beyond.