Sasha Carvalho performed her debut recordings at “Studio 4” in the Philadelphia area. Working with music producer/songwriter Mitchell Alan Godwin, multi award and grammy winning engineer/producer Phil Nicolo ( one half of the music industry famed “Butcher Bros.” winner of 7 grammys between the two ). Also Robert “Bob” Ferry ( one of NYC area's most versatile guitarist , arranger and orchestra leaders ).
Sasha Carvalho's first memories of music came from her Trinidadian masman grandfather playing Calypso and Soca to her as a child and her singing Opera at the age of four when her grandparents would have family functions. Although, music was a source of enjoyment and bonding with her family Sasha never thought to sing outside of her family, until her first-grade chorus teacher recommended she audition for Cosette in the musical Les Misérables. Although, Sasha did not receive the part of Cosette, this experience heightened her passion for the arts, musicals, and singing as a whole.
Her family then further cultivated this passion by encouraging her to explore her musical side, while exposing her to different genres of music. Sasha Carvalho has been playing the violin since third grade and within the last few years she has begun to play the piano and guitar. Sasha Carvalho's powerful voice has also sung the National Anthem at sporting events in middle school and high school while also participating in various musicals. These musicals include playing Sandy in Grease; Dina in School House of Rock, Lady Marmalade in Disco Inferno and one of the Nuns in The Sound of Music.