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Multi-lingual and multi-talented, LUA HADAR has performed as a singer and actor since her New York childhood. Graduating summa cum laude with a B.A. in Theatre Performance, Lua attended the celebrated Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre and The Dalcroze School of Music, also studying with Metropolitan Opera coach, Joan Dornemann.
Lua sings jazz influenced by pop, funk, latin and international cabaret. Instantly accessible and truly exotic, this Broadway- influenced performer has been molded by exchange experiences in places as diverse as Bali, Russia, Switzerland, Japan, Thailand, France and Italy. Her fascination with world cultures is reflected in the sophisticated song choices for her band, TWIST, in their signature “jazz without borders.”
By Lua Hadar
Label: Bellalua Records
Track listing: Bridge Over Troubled Water; Beyond the Sea/La Mer (French); Raha Mbola Misy (Malagasy);San Francisco (French); Child of Man;Imagina (Portuguese); Sukiyaki/Ue o Muite Aruko (Japanese); jalá Que Llueva Café (Spanish); Isfahan (Instrumental); Stregata dall’Amor/Ravel’s Bolero (Italian).
by Geannine Reid
Singer Lua Hadar her band Twist have aptly come up with Like a Bridge, a bold, worldly musical venture with multiple lingual selections and styles. Hadar's grasp of various languages and vernaculars is vast, singing in English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Portuguese, Italian and Malagasy. What is more impressive is her command of each of the seven ...
Jazz Without Borders Lua Hadar and her global jazz band TWIST debut at Yoshi’s Oakland, previewing new CD Sunday, March 11 @ 7pm
San Francisco, CA: Vocalist Lua Hadar with her band TWIST make their Yoshi's Oakland debut on Sunday, March 11 at 7pm with their signature Jazz Without Borders," an evening of international jazz. The set list includes several tunes from the band's new CD, Like A Bridge, recently recorded at the legendary Fantasy Studios, Berkeley. Also, a ...
by Marc Nieson
Lua Hadar with TWISTJazz with a Twist of Français Cornelia Street Café New York, New York April 24, 2010 Say chanteuse and what comes to mind? A smoky Parisian cellar? A rain-slicked side street in Montmartre? Edith Piaf poised before a thick microphone, spilling her ever-rallying soul for romance and La ...