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Kaitlyn Raitz w/ the Me, Myself, Myself & I, Cello Ensemble 21+

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1808 West End Avenue

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Nashville-based multi-style cellist Kaitlyn Raitz celebrates the release of her debut solo album, “Me, Myself, Myself, and I”

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Nashville-based multi-style cellist Kaitlyn Raitz celebrates the release of her debut solo album, “Me, Myself, Myself, and I” (ToneTree) with a cello extravaganza at Analog. Joined by four of her closest cello friends, she’ll perform the pop and folk-inspired music from her album and accompany local artists Robby Hecht, Jordie Lane and Clare Reynolds, Natalie Schlabs, and others with her cello ensemble.

New York-born Nashvillian Kaitlyn Raitz grew up surrounded by a wide array of musical genres, finding each one more exciting than the next. These passions have led her to a career as a versatile cel-list who is equally at home playing Schubert or Sondheim, sitting in on a bluegrass jam or reading a Beethoven string quartet, and per-forming on stage at New York's Carnegie Hall or Nashville's Station Inn.

When she’s not on the road performing with Grammy award win-ning country singer-songwriter Brandy Clark or her folk duo Oliver The Crow (whom NPR has called an “inspired collaboration”), she can be found in the studio in Nashville playing or recording for art-ists spanning all genres, with her string quartet ‘The Atwood Quar-tet’, and for video game or film scores.

Raitz’s debut solo album “Me, Myself, Myself, and I” was born out of her time in isolation during the pandemic. Struggling to find in-spiration and purpose amidst a world with no live music or collabo-ration, she set a goal of composing and releasing one cello ensem-ble composition a month. “I’ve learned a lot about myself as an artist and human being over the pandemic, the least of which is that the act of playing for an audience is such an important part of why I play music,” Raitz admits. “I really value the impact my music has on other people. Being able to release one of these tunes every month feels like a mini-performance. It has been scratching that same itch as performing live.” These pieces combine the technical and extended techniques of contemporary classical music with with folk and pop melodies and chord progressions, solidifying her place among the ever expanding group of innovative cellists around the world.

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Analog at Hutton Hotel is an intimate music venue showcasing the industry’s most inspired musicians that gives you an up close and personal experience in a comfortable living-room style setting. It immerses audiences in Nashville’s unrivaled live music scene, where storytelling is prized above all else. Located just steps from the famed Music Row, Analog was designed to provide some of the best venue acoustics in all of Nashville while providing an intimate, interactive, and engaging experience for audiences and talent. From the artists; to the design of the lounge seating; to the advanced, innovative technology; to the mixologist providing crafted cocktails—the artistic spirit inspires a unique experience nightly.

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