Sona (pronounced Sonia) has written and produced songs of various genres, with an emphasis in Pop and Rock. One interesting note relating to her music is that Sona completed each stage of the production process. This included composition and arrangement, lyrics and vocals, as well as mixing and master editing.
Sona has worked with a variety of music industry professionals, including:
Lance Armstrong Foundation – Playing Don’t Let Go at the LiveStrong Challenge ride out, Summer 2009
Stevie Bensusen – produced music for Kenny G., Jordan Knight as well as others
Charles Kriss – sound engineer for Pink Floyd and Aerosmith
Sona has performed in other segments of the entertainment industry, including:
Film – Consent (LiLi Pad Films LLC); How to Loose Friends & Alienate People (How to Loose Inc. Productions); 27 Dresses (Bridesmaid Productions); Pink Eye (Savage Rose Productions)
Television – Law & Order (NBC); 30 Rock (NBC); Damages (Canterbury Productions); Without A Trace (Warner Brothers Productions); Cash Cab (Discovery Channel)
Theatre – Happy Hour (Michael Checkov Theater); Good Woman of Setzuan, Imaginary Invalid, Tom Foolery (IVC Theater)
Music Video – Don’t Touch My Girl (Sony BMG Music)
Print Modeling – M & M World Tour, Holiday Red M & M (Morris & King Company)
Sona began playing piano, composing music, and performing during her childhood. Related to the classical composer Antonin Dvorak, Sona was born in the Czech Republic and has lived in the US since the age of 7.
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"It's rare to find a band as young as [Maroon 5] were who play drums and guitars but aren't a stereotypical rock band. My thought was their music was advanced for its time, but when the album came out it would be where music was going. Sure enough ..." Interview with Ben Berkman, EVP at A&M/Octone for Maroon 5