Alexandria Tava is an accomplished singer-songwriter, recording artist and performer with two decades of music experience. Born and raised in the New York City metropolitan area, Alexandria had access to the cultural arts and diversity. At seven years old, she sang in the Lower East Side’s Middle Collegiate Church Gospel Choir and that is when she wrote her first song called “Higher Place”. She performed and was accompanied by the Jerriese Johnson Gospel Choir on Father Day’s 1992. Going on to study classical music, Alexandria performed in prestigious concert venues such as Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall with the Mustard Seed School Choir and Westminster Youth Choral. Later Alexandria accepted studies at Berklee College of Music where see focused on music business/management and songwriting. During her time at Berklee, she noticed that there was a hole in the music scene in Boston. That hole became a window of opportunity for Alexandria to invent herself as “DJ Tava Luv” - Boston’s first female nightclub deejay. Spinning International House music with live instrumentation on the scene, she grew a fanbase and name for herself. Starting to book gigs in New York City, Miami and on the West Coast In California, DJ Tava Luv, soon missed original songwriting and wondered what her own sound would be like. So, she shelved the turntables to look inward for who she was as an independent artist. Practicing Bikram yoga, meditation and learning the power of sound healing therapies and techniques, Alexandria now is putting everything together to create her first solo album with music producer, Taylor Ryan, at Butter Music and Sound located in Soho, New York City. Stay tuned for more.