Esosa is a vocalist and songwriter based in Dublin. She has studied a range of vocal techniques from classical to jazz to pop, r ‘n’ b and soul. She was awarded a scholarship to attend the prestigious contemporary music university, Berklee College of Music, Boston after completing a workshop and performance programme at Berklee. A soulful and energetic performer, having performed in numerous locations throughout Ireland and the UK including The O2, Whelans, John Field Room at the National Concert Hall and The Clore Studio in the Royal Opera House, London among others. She has been privileged to work with a wide range of musicians including performing as part of Stevie Wonder’s backing choir at the O2, Dublin in 2010, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Liam O’Maonlai, Kila, Christy Moore and African songstress, Yvonne Chaka Chaka. She has also participated in composition and improvisation workshops with well known Irish Jazz composer, Ronan Guilfoyle. Noteable performances include a performance for Rev Jesse Jackson, The Dali Lama and the Queen’s visit to Ireland.
As well as working on her own material and a number of collaborations, Esosa sings and occasionally writes for the Discovery Gospel Choir, Ireland’s foremost intercultural choir. She sings lead vocals for Motown band, Midnight Soul and backing vocals with Republic of Loose, Irish funk soul band.