Classically trained flutist/singer/songwriter Chicagoan Suki Raehas performed internationally for twenty years including Universal Jazz Coalition's Women in Jazz;, Halifax Nova Scotia Festival, Jerusalem Music Festival, MUNY's Bell Atlantic Jazz Festival, Alice Tully Hall, and St. Peter's Church.
She received a Lower Manhattan Cultural Council grant culminating in a peace concert at St. Marks Church October 7, 2006. Awards include: ASCAP; Great American Song Festival; American Song Festival; Kweevak.com; Just Plain Folks; NAR; Hoiellart Belgium Jazz Festival. Music residencies: Cornell University; Arad Arts Project-Israel; Fundacion Valparaiso-Spain; Wurlitzer Foundation; Rocky Mt. National Park-Colorado, and White Oak in Yulee, Florida.
She has acted, directed, written, and produced for theatre, film, and dance, and appeared on radio and television. In 2005, she wrote text, music, and lyrics, and acted, co-directed, and produced her musical "I Don't Wannabe a Wannabe".
She has released five recordings, four of original music.
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