Jamaican-American Alto Saxophonist & Vocalist
23-year-old Ariana Stanberry (she/they), also known as Tru, and also referred to as Tru The Saxophonist, is a well-rounded Alto Saxophonist and a recent alumni of the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA where she studied Professional Music with focuses in Music Performance, Music Production, and Music Education. While at Berklee, Ariana held several leadership roles including President of the Students of Caribbean Ancestry Club and Vice President of the Black Student Union. Ariana has performed on various stages across the globe in locations including Connecticut USA, Massachusetts USA, New York USA, Maine USA, Portmore Jamaica, and Lagos Nigeria.
Some of Ariana’s accomplishments include Best Overall Soloist at the Waterford Jazz Festival, Outstanding Musician at the Berklee Jazz Festival, and Outstanding Musician & Best Soloist at the Manchester Jazz Festival.
Ariana aspires to pave a way for Black women and Black nonbinary people in the woodwind music world by advocating for women’s rights, gender equality, gender identity rights, and racial justice through her artistry and her musicianship.
Professional Alto Saxophone Recording
Ariana has experience recording on over 5 different albums for successful artists and she has performed in over 50 live performances. Ariana also have lots of experience recording in the studio. Book today!
Professional Vocal Recording
Ariana has experience performing in over 50 shows and gigs as a background vocalist and solo vocalist. Ariana also has experience recording for many artists as a vocalist. Book today!
Ariana has experience participating in live shows as well as hosting and performing her own live shows. Book Ariana today to ensure that your next event has quality music with a modern sound!