"Imagine Fiona Apple channeling Nina Simone"
- Chris Ingalls, Pop Matters
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Known for her retro vocal quality and unique guitar stylings, Savoir Faire brings "A sort of rock- and '60s-lounge-inflected jazz" (Victor Infante, Worcester Magazine) nostalgia to the modern zeitgeist. With lyrical content focused on social issues, Savoir Faire's music ushers in a new era of guitar rock aimed at social change.
Savoir Faire believes that advocacy goes beyond songwriting. She actively promotes change through her work as a music educator and advocate for inclusion in the music community. She is also an adjunct professor at Longy School of Music, focusing on training future music teachers in culturally responsive teaching and inclusive practices, an educational consultant for BIAESN, and is on the subcommittee for the Massachusetts Music Educator's Diversity, Inclusion, Equity, and Access Committee. She won the 2018 Berklee Urban Service Award and has been featured in She Shreds Media.