Living on the Sunshine Coast for the last 10 years, Russian-born songstress Innessa has found her niche infusing alternative folk with Eastern-European influences.
Innessa's whimsical way with words has earned her a finalist spot in the 2017 Queensland Music Awards, seen her release three studio albums, and perform at some of Australia's biggest folk festivals including Woodford.
FESTIVALS: Canberra Multicultural Festival, Woodford Folk Festival, EKKA, Maleny Folk Festival, Festuri Multicultural Festival, Scandinavian Film Festival, SlavFest, Community Carols 2019, Radio 4EB Carnivale etc
VENUES: Studio 188 Ipswitch, Queensland Multicultural Centre Brisbane, Majestic Theatre Pomona, Palace Cinemas, Sofitel Brisbane Central, Rydges South Bank Brisbane, QRCC etc.
During the last few months of Covid Innessa has been extremely busy writing new songs, working on her new album and collaborating with broadly talented Jan Grman to create new music. They are ready to release their first collaborative effort - single “Sweet Love”.
Innessa is excited to include her newest material to her performances in support of the single.
"Sweet Love" / New single (Coming soon)
OFFICIAL RELEASE FEBRUARY 4TH, 2021
Music Video "Golden wreath"
Lyric Video "Shallop"
“FANTASTIC! They were the perfect addition to the evening. Incredible performers and brought just the style and atmosphere I wanted for the evening”
Ellie (Director of the Scandinavian Film Festival)
Tina and I want to thank you so much for the beauty you shared with us on Friday. Your voice is superb and we were overwhelmed by your feeling and ability. Bravo. We wish you ongoing success.”
Ewen and Tina Thompson
“I love Innessa’s wonderful voice and her marvellous performances. Innessa thoughtfully crafts her performances to suit the occasion – from her visually demure, damsel-like singing at ‘Poet’s Ball’ evening soiree to her full-on energetic exaltation of the ‘Folk Horizons’ concert."
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