Ava Lavá


In Paradiso

This year we’ll release Super-Sonic Jazz Family Album Comp. Volume 2. The Super-Sonic Jazz community was invited to submit a track and the best of the best were selected for this album. Together we’ll widen the community, to connect and to inspire each other. Our invitation resulted in a 31 track album.

What do Ava Lava, Hatoon, Jelisa and Likeminds and Yasper have in common? They are all on the album and they will play at Super-Sonic Jazz Festival on Sunday.

Annebelle Valentina Angelique, also known as Avá Lava,  grew up in a musical family and started playing the piano at the age 6. Consequently, the reason for deepening into Jazz music and her roots was to achieve freedom through playing and writing music. After travelling to Senegal, Africa to seek improvisation, dance and connection, it became clear to her that music is medicine and that by expressing yourself, you can heal yourself. 

She started writing her own music to share her inner world with influences from classical, jazz and Brazilian, as well as Georgian influences because her mother grew up there. She is inspired by Hiatus Kaiyote, Jordan Rakei, Alfa Mist, Stevie Wonder, Antonio Carlos Jobim, James Blake and Cleo sol and many more.

After her Single release, she brought together a band. They stand for bringing different cultures together and have developed Annebelle’s compositions into a journey through her experiences and how she sees the world. 



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