Birth name Kate Pavli
Born 1997
Origin Cyprus, Australia
Occupation Singer
Years active 2011–present

Kate Pavli, also known simply as Kate or Finding Kate, is a Cypriot-Australian singer and songwriter.


Her vocal talents were discovered in school, and from the age of 11 she joined the choir and performed in talent shows. Nothing is too far from the Australian/Cypriot’s comfort zone – she has enjoyed leading roles in musicals such as Beauty and The Beast, Aladdin and The Sound of Music, proving that she is a triple threat! As well as singing, she also plays the guitar and piano, and can also act her heart out!

Having grown up listening to influences such as Evanescence, The Pretty Reckless and Avril Lavigne, rock music has long been Kate’s soundtrack to life. Amy Lee, Taylor Momsen and Avril Lavigne have also had an extraordinary impact on her musical journey, and indeed it was this passionate fire, channeled from her idols, that led to Kate winning the nationwide ‘Cyprus Has Talent’ in 2011.

Now on a quest for musical honours, Kate is currently attending the Institute Of Contemporary Music in London and has already begun to promote her music and her band at the UK’s different venues and festivals.

“Inside Out” is Kate’s debut 4-song EP which reflects her influences from the rock/alternative genre and draws inspiration from several artists, yet with her own style and sound. The EP is a coming together of Kate’s inspirations and ideas, with a deeply personal twist to create her own identity.

Kate and her band have played at several venues and festivals in Cyprus and have received a lot of airplay. Her next performance is at Ravens Music Hall, Limassol on Wednesday 5 August, and she is also playing live all over London.



  • Inside Out (2014)
  • If I Fall (2016)


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