Lua Hadar with Twist Celebrates Release of their Concert Film with live show at Feinstein’s

One of San Francisco’s favorite cabaret entertainers, the multi-talented, multi-lingual Lua Hadar sings her own brand of cosmopolitan jazz, backed by her band Twist. Her latest show plays Nov.10, 2016 at Feinstein’s at the Nikko, When in Rome: Songs of the “La Dolce Vita” Era, featuring Italian and American jukebox hits from the 50s-60s. Info & Tickets

With this performance, the band celebrates the iTunes and Google Play release of their full-length concert film, “Like A Bridge,” recorded in 2012 at the legendary Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, CA.

The Concert Film “Like A Bridge,” was nominated for an Independent Music Award and released at Yoshi’s Jazz Club in September of 2013 after its screen premiere at San Francisco’s Historic Balboa Theater. With its songs in seven languages, the full-length concert film “Like A Bridge” will be live in September 2016 on iTunes and Google Play.

September 19 Release on iTunes
https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/like-a-bridge/id1145563877

September 24 Release on Google Play
https://play.google.com/store/movies/details?id=sSUep3NIgsI

Also celebrating the Concert Film release, Hadar unveils a 9-Part Series called “Building Bridges,” about the making of the Concert Film “Like A Bridge.” This free series is available on Youtube at http://tinyurl.com/LuaBuildingBridges

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About luahadar

LUA HADAR BIO Lua Hadar is a multi-lingual vocalist and actor, a teaching artist and an independent producer. She has a lifelong commitment to cultural exchange and has been inspired by collaborations in Bali, France, Italy, Japan, Russia, Switzerland and Thailand. The mission of her band, Twist, is to give audiences a sense of their common humanity. Lua 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. She also holds teaching credentials and an M.A. in Education. Lua Hadar sings her own brand of cosmopolitan jazz influenced by pop, funk, folk, Latin and international cabaret. Instantly accessible and truly exotic, she has been molded by diverse international experiences. Her fascination with world cultures is reflected in the sophisticated song choices for her band, Twist. Hadar has charmed audiences from New York's Iridium Jazz Club to Bangkok's Thailand Cultural Center to the Swan Bar in Paris. She has performed numerous times at San Francisco's legendary Fairmont Hotel, as well as The Plush Room, The Rrazz Room, Jazz at Pearl's, Society Cabaret at Hotel Rex, Yoshi's Jazz Club and Feinstein's at the Nikko (Nov 2016). In addition to the Iridium, New York audiences have welcomed her home at Somethin' Jazz Club and the Cornelia Street Café in Greenwich Village. Lua performed in Italy, Spain, Switzerland, and North America during her 5-year residency as an actor and singer with two Italian theater companies. She has been an Italophile since she can remember, living in Italy several years while touring as a performer, becoming fluent in the language and falling in love with all things Italian. Hadar delivers Master Classes in interpretation and style on The Great American Songbook, part of her heritage as a native New Yorker and daughter of a musician. Her San Francisco-based Studio NPG has offered professional development for performing artists and salon concerts and events for the community, featuring teaching artists such as Broadway-TV-film star, Faith Prince, among others. OFFICIAL WEBSITE http://luahadar.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Lua.Hadar.with.TWIST Twitter @luahadar Youtube http://www.youtube.com/luahadar Like A Bridge Website and Blog: likeabridge.net Lua’s Blog http://www.luahadar.wordpress.com iTunes http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/siboney/id285051379?i=285051809&ign-mpt=uo=6
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