Sofia Kriger is a Brazilian singer and improviser currently based in Brooklyn, NY. In college, she discovered her passion for the tenor saxophone and has been playing it since then. She graduated from the New England Conservatory with a Bachelor's in Jazz Performance. She has performed in several renowned venues including Jordan Hall, The Rosecliff Mansion, Guild Hall, The Boston Public Library, The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, The Museum of Fine Arts, The Lily Pad, Spirito Jazz and many othes. She has worked with prominent artists including Ran Blake, Jerry Bergonzi, John McNeil, Frank Carlberg, Jeanie LoVetri, Dominique Eade, Joe Morris, Dave Holland and John Lockwood. Sofia is the co-founder of Solos de Ave, a project that aims to disseminate the music of Brazil through exploring, deconstructing and rearranging music from renowned Brazilian composers, through free improvisation and jazz language.