Described as having “…a voice that imagination created”, Caitlin Smith is a mesmerising performer, song-poet and story singer. Legally blind since birth, she is a tireless advocate for accessibility issues and the healing and transformative power of creativity.
A great hit when she toured for AOTNZ with Alpaca Social Club in 2016, Caitlin is a natural fit with the uniquely Aotearoa sound of Aro. Blending Emily's honey voiced jazz with Charles' full throated percussive sound (with shades of kapa haka), Aro's story-telling performance "…leaves all who are present with the feeling of having been let in on a special secret" (Rosheen Fitzgerald).
Aro mai, Aro atu, aroha - To face, to be faced, to love
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