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Art & Life with DJ Aloona

Today we’d like to introduce you to DJ Aloona.

Aloona is the epitome of how music transcends language and borders allowing everyone to understand it.

This talented Russian beauty began her career as a regular performer at the most famous clubs in Moscow, where she also held her own weekly radio show. Dedicated to music from a young age, Aloona grew up playing the piano prior to teaching herself to play guitar and how to DJ creating playlists for her friends before any formal training. She later enrolled in the best DJ school Moscow had to offer and played in restaurants and clubs to practice for months, honing her skills and mastering her technique before moving on to the city’s famous clubs and later the United States. In addition to performing, Aloona dedicates her free time to teaching her skills to those who share her passion for music with private DJ classes as well as producing her own music. She collaborates with DJs in the underground scene and produces Deep, Tech and Afro House tracks.

Can you give our readers some background on her art?
Driven by her love of Deep House, Afro House, and Techno ultimately lead her to Miami. She currently resides as a well-known resident DJ at Miami establishments such as Faena, Delano, SLS hotels, WALL, Loews, and Chotto Matte. Aloona splits her time between Miami and Los Angeles and regularly performs in Chicago, Las Vegas, and New York.

As her star has risen, Aloona has been playing music since 2008 and has spent more than 700 hours in the past year performing on stage. Some would say this is a mark of a successful person, but Aloona strives for more and has yet to see the pinnacle of her career. Aloona achieved her biggest dream to date by playing on the stages at Burning Man this past year. She continues her rise in the music world. She’s a staple at high profile events such as Art Basel and Miami Swim Week, Miami Music Week, and at special invite-only events for clients like Ocean Drive Magazine, and Veuve Clicquot. Her dreams are not limited to the United States. She hopes to take her talent international, bringing her sounds to Ibiza, Tulum, and other cities around the world.

We often hear from artists that being an artist can be lonely.
I am not lonely at all. I have good friends who support me, and I also have very talented colleagues who can share my thoughts with me, and we always understand each other. I am so happy to have people who speak the same musical language with me.

What’s the best way for someone to check out your work and provide support?
You can listen to my music on, or you can visit one of the places in Miami or LA where I perform.

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