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Lisa Andrea Torres

Offering a versatile repertoire in English, Portuguese and Spanish; jazz vocalist Lisa Andrea Torres a San Francisco Bay Area native now based in Los Angeles, has been performing in California, Miami, Brazil, Japan, Korea, China, Thailand, the Philippines, and Mexico for the past 25 years, five of which were spent in Rio and São Paulo, Brazil. Expressing warmth and versatility, Lisa’s vocal style and musical arrangements combine elements of contemporary jazz, Latin jazz, and Brazilian bossa nova and samba. During and while living/performing in Brazil and Miami for over thirteen years, she began singing on the Asia circuit doing 4 month-contracts in nightclubs and hotels.

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Beatriz Malnic

Beatriz Malnic, Brazilian-American vocalist, vocal arranger, classical pianist and Director of Brazilian Voices arrived in the United States in 1996. Beatriz is a highly respected interpreter of Bossa Nova and Samba and has performed and recorded with musical luminaries such as Al Di Meola, Nestor Torres, Toquinho, Chico Buarque, Roberto Menescal, Duduka da Fonseca, Romero Lubambo, jazz pianists Mike Renzi and Mike Orta, saxophonist Harry Allen, bassist Don Wilner and many others. Beatriz received the Brazilian Press Awards as the Best Brazilian Singer Living in the U.S. in 2009 and 2017. Beatriz is the Co-Director and Co-Founder of the 50-voice all-female vocal group “Brazilian Voices,” a non-profit organization that performs and records in the South Florida area and internationally

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Eva Schubert

Jazz vocalist and songwriter Eva Schubert is a fresh new voice, whose sound blends seamlessly with the classic style of jazz greats like Helen Mirrell, Peggy Lee, and Nat King Cole. A native of Vancouver, Canada, she follows a distinguished line of female jazz vocalists like Diana Krall coming from Canada’s west coast.

Schubert’s classic jazz sound has gained a following in many countries, leading to collaborations with musicians as far afield as Italy and Finland. Her performances include her own contributions to jazz, as well as covers of the jazz standards sung by icons like Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday who continue to inspire her work

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Lash and Grey

Blossoms Of Your World - a sophomore album by Lash & Grey released in September 2021 // Their single After War was recently awarded The Single Of The Year in the Radio_Head Awards poll in Slovakia. Album is also currently nominated in the finals of the Andel Music Awards (Best Slovak album), and Slovak Espirit Jazz Awards (Best Album). Music, and more: https://linktr.ee/lashgrey Since July 2020, Lash&Grey have released two critically acclaimed albums, Sleepin With The Lights On, and Blossoms Of Your World. On the sophomore album, they collaborated with world-renowned musicians such as Brandon Combs, Bryan "B Dub" White (who have performed with Stevie Wonder, John Legend, or Leon Bridges), David Hodek, and acclaimed American Grammy award-winning mastering engineer Vlado Meller (who worked on albums of Pink Floyd, Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney, RHCP and many others)

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Lori Hendrix

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With a famous last name like Hendrix and raised in the same neighborhood that nurtured the likes of Nat King Cole, Quincy Jones, Earth, Wind & Fire's Maurice White, Ramsey Lewis, Chaka Khan and Minnie Riperton, it was only natural that Lori Hendrix would be interested in music. Possessing vocals in the range of such musical divas as Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey and Celine Dion, Lori came from a musical household on both sides of her family including an aunt who enjoyed a jazz career in the 40's, an aunt who trained vocally with opera singer, Grace Bumbry, and a cousin whose single, "Whatchu Gonna Do With Me Now" became an iconic R&B single

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Rachel Gould

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Anita Donndorff

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Anita Donndorff is a 26 year-old Argentinean singer. She began her musical journey in 2017, and has become one of the most influential singers in the jazz scene in Buenos Aires. She has performed at some of the most important music venues in Argentina, such as Teatro San Martin, Virasoro Bar, Bebop Club, among others. Anita has also shared the stage with the most important and prestigious musicians of the scene such as Juan Cruz de Urquiza, Hernán Jacinto, Oscar Giunta, among others. She has been an artist in residence at the prestigious Jazz Club Thelonious, having played dozens of shows in the last few years. She has released one album as a solo artist (You Invade All My Dreams, 2021) and three singles (Tus Ojos, 2021; Lo Que Me Queda Por Vivir, 2021; and Herida de Sombras, 2022). She’s now preparing the release of her next album, Thirsty Soul, featuring some of Argentina’s finest musicians, and arrangements and double bass performances by New York mainstay Paul Sikivie.

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Mem Nahadr

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Mem Nahadr (/nəˈhɑːd/ nə-HAHD), also known as M. Nahadr and simply "M", is an American performance artist and multi-octave vocalist having access to the whistle register and best known for the performance of the song "Butterfly", composed by Yoko Kanno and lyricized by Chris Mosdell for Cowboy Bebop. She is co-produced by Grammy Award Winner, James P. Nichols. She is also an author, composer, poet, filmmaker, and human rights activist.

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Jihye Lee Jazz

he winner of the 3rd edition of Brussels International Young Jazz Singers Competition 2007, Jihye Lee started to learn jazz at the Seoul Jazz Academy in South Korea where she also studied a basis in classical as well as traditional singing technique.

She obtained a bachelor degree in The Hague, where she studied mainstream jazz and bebop. She started to work on her own compositions influenced by traditional jazz, Korean traditional music, free improvising music and modern art. 

During her study she took workshops of Michael Brecker, Barry Harris, Mark Turner, Billy Hart, Willie Jones III, John Ruocco en Deborah Brown, Korean traditional music workshops in The Hague (2002-2006)


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