Philadelphia, PA - The Grand Lady of Jewish Jazz or Queen of Romance! These are the titles bestowed on Zlata Razdolina by the passionate public and critics all around the world.
She is a unique and experimental musician recognized in many countries as both composer and performer who astounds audiences by harmoniously combining cultures, styles, and eras into one brilliant show. Her beautiful melodies, written in a variety of moods and styles, weave together various genres to captivate and intoxicate the listener.
Classic verses by beloved Silver Age poets such as Anna Akhmatova, Marina Tsvetaeva, and Igor Severyanin are reborn as they integrate with jazz rhythms and popular Jewish songs acquiring new life and character. Great poetry meets klezmer and jazz and emerges as musical ecstasy. During her shows, Zlata Razdolina doesn’t just transform poetry and music, but also... demonstrates many incredible hats and outfits.
Musicians of her Jazz band are professionals of the highest caliber led by the “golden sax” of New York – Yaakov Mayman. They have an incredible rapport with Zlata, they breath with her, conquering an audience with their virtuosity and improvisational skills.
Each of Razdolina’s performances becomes a unique discovery for her audience. The combination of divine music, beautiful performance, and her direct communication with the audience, humor, and frankness create an amazing atmosphere that has long been recognized in Israel and far beyond its borders. The recent premiere of this show in Berlin was held with dizzying success. Do not miss this unique show!
From the press and famous figures of art and culture about Razdolina:
"Razdolina’s talent has received worldwide recognition. It touches people's hearts with unforgettable music ... " - A. Leytush, conductor of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, USA
"The combination of rare artistry, unique in the beauty of music, absolute vocal and instrumental freedom, forms the unique talent of Zlata Razdolina, the only one of its kind" - Dudu Fisher, Israeli popular singer, Broadway star
"In her music is the soul of Petersburg. I am glad of her worldwide success. It is with pleasure that I perform her romances." - People. Artist of Russia Eduard Gil
Do not miss Zlata Razdolna and her Jazz band in their only appearance in Philadelphia next Sunday at 6 pm at Shaare Shamayim Cultural Center, 9768 Verree Road. Tickets - http://maephila.org
For more information call 855-594-8414
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