Doe Paoro is a singer, songwriter and sound healer from Syracuse, New York, signed to ANTI- Records. A self taught pianist and vocalist, she trained in Tibetan Opera singing after encountering the art form while on a solo trip through the Himalayas in 2011. She credits this study with opening her voice to an ethereal realm, and to the meditative influence in her music. In 2012, she self-released her debut record, "Slow to Love," to critical acclaim. She produced her second record, "After," with members of Bon Iver in Wisconsin and recently released her third album, "Soft Power," which she produced in London with Jimmy Hogarth (Sia, Amy Winehouse). She has toured with artists ranging from the The Gipsy Kings to Sylvan Esso, and has her music featured on NPR and BBC, amongst others. She is interested in the power of music as a healing practice, and a pathway to deeper connection.