Experience the moments of music and magic that shape the sounds and styles of Red Sahara.
A professional, genre-bending live music collective from Brooklyn, NY, directed by Sabrina Clery and Vita Tanga.
Our customized performances are created with each individual client to produce personalized experiences with original and cover songs to fit any ambience, budget and demographic.
We emcee your event and are a full service provider so all we need is electricity and we'll bring the rest.
With decades of professional music making combined, whether just the duo or various combinations of the full 28 musician collective, our treatment is always unique, ardent and innovative.
Sabrina is adding her own rhythmic and dynamic creative input to the long traditions of the great soul vocalists. From Montreal, Canada to Brooklyn, with St. Lucian roots, she’s also a marketing specialist with a Master’s degree in Music Business from New York University, an active vocal coach, live music curator, event emcee, and mommy to daughter, Kaya Sky.
Vita specializes in "Global Guitar" (music and sounds from around the world played on the guitar). Citizen of People’s Republic of Brooklyn, NY, born in Europe to a family from the ex-french oriental colonial empire, this explorer moves between genres, across frontiers and has performed and recorded on 4 continents, from Radio City Music Hall to Le Louvres in Paris - his hometown - as a musician & composer.
“Red Sahara does beautiful renditions of songs you might know, but when they perform them, you hear them again as if for the very first time.” Kathy Lord, Co-Founder/Managing Director, Music That Heals
“Red Sahara is a phenomenally intricate band spanning all genres in a unique and interactive way.” Hap Pardo, Talent buyer, Club Groove NYC
“Sabrina's gorgeous voice combined with Vita's impressive guitar chops are supplemented by a real energy, enthusiasm and passion for what they do.” Lily Borghi, Performance Program Manager, Arts Access
“Red Sahara always come through with positive, eclectic music that resonates. Their music and overall presence is uplifting and invites community interaction and clients often sing along and get up from their chairs to move and dance!”
Candace Rivela, Director of Recreation Services, Housing Works ADHC
The local music scene has been struggling and COVID-19 has made things even harder for us to thrive so we have the opportunity to work on the NYC Mayoral campaign for Joycelyn “Jaja” Taylor in a capacity that would bring our concerns to her attention with the intention to include our unique needs as part of her platform.
I’m sure you have a lot to contribute regarding issues that should be raised, so I would like to personally invite you for a virtual meet & greet with Jaja on Wednesday, September 16, 2020.
Space is limited so I encourage you to confirm your attendance by emailing email@example.com with questions and concerns you have for her and the best email to follow up by Saturday, September 12, 2020.
Jaja is dedicated to learning how our city should better support the local independent music scene and I encourage you to check out her website to get to know her a little more before this gathering: https://taylorfor2021.com/
This could be a FOR US, BY US movement so please email us to attend!