Jewelia (Iulia Tache) is a Romanian singer-songwriter, producer and writer currently based in Guildford, Surrey.
She had a keen interest in songwriting from an early age - writing 'poems' since the age of 5 and recorded her first original songs at a local studio when she was 13.
In 2005 she was admitted at 'Dinu Lipatti' Music and Drama high-school where she studied drama for two years, then transferred to the music department for the remaining two years. She was then admitted in the Faculty of Performing Arts at the National Conservatoire of Bucharest and studied classical singing for two years, while taking a degree in Law at the same time.
In the meantime she collaborated with different musicians and bands; the last band, Ender, had an appearance on the national television in Romania, made it to the finals of the Stufstock Newcomers festival, and participated in a radio show. 'Help me out', a song born from another collaboration was played on a major indie radio station in Romania, Radio Guerilla.
In 2013 Jewelia moved to the UK and is now studying Creative Music Technology at University of Surrey. She has also completed a part time course in Studio Recording Techniques at the Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford and is constantly developing her technical, compositional and performing skills, to create a special musical experience to the ones willing to listen.
Her music is a combination of art pop, alternative, neo-classical and electronica, with a slight influence of dark cabaret. In August 2014 Jewelia released her debut EP entitled 'Monsters', produced and co-engineered with Andy Denyer at University of Surrey.