Lina Orfanos is a cross over singer who is equally at home with classical music and musicals as she is with jazz and Greek music.
Lyric soprano Lina Orfanos was born in New York City where she grew up immersed in the sonorous cultures of the classical, ethnic, popular, and theater musical worlds of the city. As a child she performed with the Metropolitan Opera Children’s Chorus and appeared in eight different operas singing in French, Italian, German, and Russian. In adolescence, she studied cabaret and musical theater at the Herbert Bergoff School in Greenwich Village and performed with the Montclair Operetta Club appearing in Evita Read more about this artist →
Founded in 2000, Anita Brown Jazz Orchestra has performed at jazz venues and professional conferences around metro New York. This seventeen-piece ensemble is comprised of New York’s top jazz, studio and Broadway musicians and is dedicated to Read more about this artist →
Dave Rimelis-violin Matt King-piano tba-bass tba-drums
Jazz , Swamp Pop, Cajun and Zydeco
David Rimelis’ music has been performed by orchestras internationally, including the Boston Pops, National Symphony, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Saint Louis Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Western Australia Symphony, Minnesota Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, New Jersey Symphony, and the Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra.
Garry Dial has firmly established himself as one of the most prodigious and respected talents in jazz today, always broadening his artistic horizons as a pianist, composer, producer and teacher. Throughout his remarkable career, he has performed with such jazz legends as Red Rodney, Dick Oatts, Dizzy Gillespie, Gerry Mulligan, Roy Haynes, Mel Lewis, Nat Adderly, Joe Lovano, and Jerry Bergonzi. Read more about this artist →