Little Kruta ft. Rosehardt

September 12th, 2021 7:30pm   Stage 2


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Little Kruta

Little Kruta is a multi-genre orchestra.

Led by cellist/producer Kristine Kruta and comprised of master musicians who are just as comfortable in the sound booth as they are in front of an audience, the foundation of this orchestra is built on a true love of playing and is formulated for all music services: contracting, arranging, composing, recording, and performance.

Little Kruta has collaborated with a variety of artists including The Village People, guccihighwaters, Gabriel Garzón-Montano, Vérité, Kaki King, The Wonder Years, and Faouzia, and has appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Liam Gallagher, Aminé, Metro Boomin x Gunna), Late Night with Seth Meyers (K.Flay), Saturday Night Live! (Shawn Mendes), Brooklyn's Barclay's Center (Ruff Ryders), and more.



Caleb Eberhardt is Rosehardt – a self-produced R&B / hip hop artist from San Francisco, CA, currently residing in Brooklyn, NY.

A spell-binding lyricist equally capable of visceral verses and soaring, pleading hooks, his progressive compositions reveal an emotional sophistication rarely found amongst contemporaries.

Rosehardt has been writing and producing music for upwards of 10 years, most prominently as one-half of Quincy Vidal, a New York-based hip hop / jazz group heralded for their live performances. Their 2016 release Chi'ren attracted critical acclaim from Billboard, Boiler Room, and Impose Magazine, and helped secure opening slots for Lion Babe, Gabriel Garzón- Montano, and Noname.

Rosehardt's solo material offers an intimate exploration of his personal history. His music is rooted in gospel and black folk music, echoes of which coat his recent singles, "Fall Into You" and "Bad Song", with a weathered rawness. Creating soul music for a generation burdened by the weight of history and a depressingly unchanged present, Rosehardt's songs are earnest treatises on life in America as a young black artist navigating the throes of modernity.