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Vocalist & Composer Laura Camara
American vocalist and composer Laura Camara, formerly known as Laura Brunner, hails from Columbus, Ohio, United States. Musically trained as a multi-instrumentalist Laura perhaps most known for her powerful voice, musical versatility, and innovative improvisation and vocal sounds. Laura is an award winning jazz vocalist and has performed at top jazz venues and festivals around the world such as The Montreux Jazz Festival, The Boston Pops Jazz Festival, and the Betty Carter Jazz Ahead Program at the John F. Kennedy National Center for the Performing Arts. Laura has also been a featured artist for many high profile performances including headlining The Ubud Village Jazz Festival in Bali, Indonesia and performing for the Thai Royal Family in the Jazz For The King Concert in honor of his Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand’s birthday. In addition to live performances Laura has been a featured profiled artist on WGBH Boston’s National Public Radio and famed New York City Web Series Capsulocity. Laura Camara continues to travel worldwide teaching and performing in top venues around the world. For more information on upcoming performances and recordings visit www.lauracamaramusic.com
Jazz Divas V1;E4 : "Someday" Laura Brunner feat. Camila Meza
LAURA BRUNNER FEAT. CAMILA MEZA: Laura Brunner is a unique vocalist, songwriter and composer. A sophisticated and clear sound, the Ohio-native can be seen performing around New York City. In this clip, she tackles the George Duke tune "Someday" with her partner in crime on many a gig, Camila Meza on guitar and backing vocals. The song might be familiar in that it was recently sampled by Common on "Break My Heart". Brunner recently placed as first-runner up in the prestigious 2012 Jazzmobile Vocal Competition. She is currently working on her album. On the Web : http://www.laurabrunner.com/live/ Copyright © 2013, Capsulocity.com. All rights reserved.
"Air Mail Special" - Beantown Swing feat. Laura Brunner (Dec. 2012)
Laura Brunner sings a tribute to Ella Fitzgerald with the Beantown Swing Orchestra at the Cabot Street Cinema Theatre in Beverly, Massachusetts on December 8, 2012. Watch more videos from this concert at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfAI_kMjb5gM__yPI-ZI3bG_fAoii8XCH. FACEBOOK http://facebook.com/BeantownSwing TWITTER http://twitter.com/BeantownSwing BEANTOWN SWING ORCHESTRA: Danny Fratina - conductor, arranger Laura Brunner - vocal Mark Zaleski - alto sax Hailey Niswanger - alto sax Mike Wyatt - tenor sax Zac Zinger - tenor sax Melanie Brooks - bari sax Yaure Muniz - trumpet Scott Aruda - trumpet Alex Lee-Clark - trumpet Don Clough - trumpet Randy Pingrey - trombone Tim Shneier - trombone Clayton Dewalt - trombone Dave Roth - bass trombone Yvonne Aubert - piano Chris Brown - guitar Genevieve Rose - bass Phil McGowan - drums Audrey Wright - violin Julia Noone - violin Andrew Visconti - violin Alise Ritterhaus - violin Alice Weber - viola Sassan Haghighi - cello Kayla Glovinski - manager Frank Hsieh - director
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