Evelina De Lain Trio concert at Gallery Different in Fitzrovia W1 is presented on May, 21st at 7pm together with Oscar Winner Anthony Quinn's (1915-2001) Art exhibition.
EVELINA DE LAIN TRIO (Piano, Flute and Cello)
Virtuoso pianist and composer Evelina De Lain is a unique and multi-faceted artist, effectively blending classical performance, contemporary classical composition and jazz interpretation into an innovative and compelling concert style.
This highly-skilled TRIO (featuring incredible flautist Alisa Klimanska and highly-accomplished cellist Frederique Legrand) merges arrangement, improvisation, art, vocal and instrumental performances creating an exclusive and sophisticated aural environment.
The programme features a mix of classical, jazz and original music.
“What an honour... Your jazz interpretations stopped me in my tracks”.
– TONY BENNETT
“Her own composition is a great piece of work. I love it!”
– QUINCY JONES
“Evelina is rapidly inventing her own genre... She is a unique creation”.
– MARK WATTERS, Five-time Emmy Award winning composer.
Unique brand of music!
– TONY REMY, guitarist, producer, composer.
You are a genius pianist! It's not just what you're playing it's what you're saying!
– ANDREW ROACHFORD, singer, pianist, composer, award-winning artist.
Best regards, Evelina De Lain Management.
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Evening of Music and Art at Fitzrovia’s Gallery DIFFERENT: Evelina De Lain TRIO + ANTHONY QUINN’s exhibition
9 May 2015, London – For Immediate Release
On 21 May 2014 at 7 pm Gallery DIFFERENT will be hosting an evening of art and music showcasing a solo exhibition of late Oscar-winning actor ANTHONY QUINN's artwork, and performance of contemporary classical and jazz composer and singer EVELINA DE LAIN’s trio (with Frederique Legrand on cello and Alisa Klimanska on flute). The event is held as part of Gallery’s ART AND MUSIC series.
About ANTHONY QUINN
ANTHONY QUINN (1915 –2001) was a Mexican American actor, as well as a painter and writer. He won the Academy Award twice: for Viva Zapata! in 1952 and Lust for Life in 1956. His work as an artist is less well-known, while his artworks are created with an extraordinary talent.
About EVELINA DE LAIN
With Masters in Music from Kiev Conservatoire, Evelina performs classical recitals with the same ease as jazz and contemporary concerts. Having released three albums and two sheet music books, and with two new albums on the way, Evelina has already gained international recognition.
Five-time Emmy Award winning composer MARK WATTERS called her ‘a unique creation’ that is rapidly inventing her own genre’, while legendary American jazz singer TONY BENNETT said that her ‘jazz interpretations stopped him in his tracks”.
Having participated in A-List events, including top* national exhibition opening and awards, Evelina has appeared before Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall, UK prime-ministers John Major and David Cameron, Prime Minister of France Francois Fillon, etc., legendary musicians Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Lionel Ritchie, etc., and award-winning actors, incl. Russell Crowe, Nicole Kidman, etc.
The tickets cost £15 and £12 (concessions) and can be purchased online at http://www.evelinadelaintrio.eventbrite.co.uk. There will also be a limited number of tickets at the door priced at £15.
For further information please contact Evelina De Lain at +447956002507 or email@example.com
NOTE TO EDITORS
Frederique Legrand (Cello)
Having started playing the piano at the age of 3, Frederique went on to complete her diploma at the Valenciennes Conservatoire, to obtain Bachelor of Music Degree from the Royal College of Music, under the instruction of Alexander Boyarsky, and in 2009, to finish her Masters Degree at the Royal College, studying with Thomas Carroll. For the last three consecutive years, she was nominated as an RCM ‘Rising Star’, in addition to which she has been selected as the Mills Williams junior fellow and in 2012 finished her Artist Diploma. Frederique is a member of the Hera Quartet (Proms 2010, Wigmore Hall, Elgar Room, South Bank) and plays in several orchestras. In addition she works, composes and plays regularly with bands such as “Outside Royalty” (Rolling stones magazine, Sony “Pop law” distribution), Young Knives, Stephane Corbin, playing keyboard and electric cello for recordings and at festivals such as Glastonbury, V festival, Channel 4, BBC 3, Cranberries Tour 2010 etc.
Alisa Klimanska (Flute)
Having won a number of flute and chamber music competitions in her native Latvia, Alisa Klimanska has graduated from Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and is currently residing in London.
About Gallery DIFFERENT
Located in the heart of Fitzrovia, London, Gallery DIFFERENT presents contemporary painting, sculpture, drawing, print, photography and mixed media from BRITISH and INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS.
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