Cover: $20 // Show: 8:00pm
With her debut EP released November 29th 2016, Lindsay Solonycze has a versatile, classically-trained voice, stunning and virtuosic, with a modern, soulful sensibility close to her heart. Her first statement as a crossover classical artist invokes a cinematic feeling to her music, presence and look, featuring new twists on classic American standards & film favorites that bring forth the warmth and wholesomeness of the golden age of Hollywood. Accompanied by a live chamber orchestra & quintessential arrangements - all captured with the highest quality audio and videos - Lindsay’s break out recordings are timeless.
Originally from Denver, Lindsay studied Vocal Performance and Opera at the University of Colorado, Boulder and at La Musica Lirica in Novafeltria, Italy. A Disney alum and current print and commercial model, she has been invited to sing at numerous major sporting events (2016 Breeder's Cup, 2015 World Ski Cup, 2014 Ironman) and concerts (The Denver Choir, University of Colorado Opera, Ouachita Baptist University Opera, Keystone Blues and Jazz Festival). Relocating to Los Angeles sparked Lindsay’s partnership with producers Marcel Camargo (Michael Bublé, Sergio Mendes, showtime’s Dexter) and Yonatan Elkayam (Walter Affanasief, Kenny G, John Cale) and within a matter of months the three have cultivated this momentous EP and video series. Together, this unique team has created an experience for listeners and viewers alike that is magical and full of classic charm, depth and joy.
Josh Nelson, born and raised in Southern California, maintains an active and creative schedule as a jazz pianist, composer, teacher, and recording artist. At 38 years old, he has already performed with some of the most respected names in jazz, including Natalie Cole, Anthony Wilson, George Mraz, Jeff Hamilton, Richard Galliano, Benny Golson, Sheila Jordan, Greg Hutchinson, John Clayton, Seamus Blake, Matt Wilson, Sara Gazarek, Dave Koz, Joe Chambers, Kurt Elling, John Pizzarelli, Lewis Nash, and Peter Erskine.
Josh has recorded for countless albums, films, and TV shows, but also makes time for his own projects: Anticipation (2004) and Let it Go (2007, Native Language Music) both garnered international critical acclaim. Josh’s fourth album, I Hear a Rhapsody (2009), featured his original compositions, standard interpretations, and re-imagining of rock and pop tunes. Discoveries (2011), introduced a pairing of classic science fiction ephemera with new compositions for a brass and wind ensemble (featuring a live ongoing video projection and art installation component as well, called The Discovery Project). His new album Exploring Mars (2015) explores musical themes on the Red Planet, along with spectacular NASA/JPL Martian video footage.