Vocal virtuoso Camille Rae, violinist Lucy Davis Hull, and pianist Jake Fisher have collided from vastly different backgrounds to become “three in unison,” hence: “TROIKA.”
Rae's first single hit No. 55 on Nashville’s Music Row Charts and received strong airplay nationwide. This positioned her to open for notables like The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, American Idol’s David Cook, Maddie and Tae, and more.
Hull, originally from NJ, began playing classical viola at age 6. She has studied with renowned teachers from the Juilliard and Cincinnati Conservatories, and shared the stage with the acclaimed artists Sarah Chang and Joshua Bell.
Fisher is the North Carolina twang to TROIKA’s powerhouse females. Fisher has played with Lil’ Anthony in the Asheville Symphony and recorded with jazz artists such as Paul Bollenbeck and Donnie McCaslin.
Says Hull, “We all sing lead, we all harmonize, we all play. We’re one sound. We want people to hear us on the radio and say, “Oh, that’s TROIKA.”