Arts & Culture Maplewood South Orange

Songs of SOMA Showcases Local Artists, Benefits Achieve Foundation

Alissa Umansky and Leah Culton Gonzalez may not be the first to notice the abundance of musical talent in South Orange-Maplewood, but they are the first to make that talent into a community album.

“We were talking about how rich in musical talent our towns are, and . . .

Alissa Umansky and Leah Culton Gonzalez may not be the first to notice the abundance of musical talent in South Orange-Maplewood, but they are the first to make that talent into a community album.

“We were talking about how rich in musical talent our towns are, and decided we wanted to create an album with all SOMA bands,” says Umansky. “We wanted to make a platform for local artists and at the same time show off the variety of musical talent in our area.”

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