Vocalist Shiri Zorn began her collaboration with the ingenious guitarist and composer George Muscatello in 2013, shortly after she relocated to Upstate New York. Performing regularly throughout the region, she co-creates original songs and innovative renditions of existing jazz repertoire. In the last two years, Zorn has been working closely with the acclaimed jazz singer, Tierney Sutton, who is the vocal producer on Zorn and Muscatello’s newest album, Into Another Land. From 2007–2011, Zorn lived and performed in Seattle, Washington, sharing the stage with some of the nation’s most renowned musicians, including Greta Matassa, Darin Clendenin, and Beth Winter. Her pure tone and insightful phrasing were nurtured during her vocal studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, England, where she studied voice and piano from 2001-2005. Born and raised in Israel, she began studying classical piano at the age of 6. Her love of jazz was cemented at Israel’s leading school for the arts, Thelma Yelin, where she was first drawn to the music of Gershwin, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, and Carmen Mc Rae.