With her sultry voice and a cello to compliment it, it’s no surprise Leah Coloff has played with a huge range of musicians (Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, Patti Smith, Regina Spektor..just to name a few..
She also holds her own solo and in her collaborative band project (with Sarth Calhoun) Lucibel Crater (3rd video below.)
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Leah Coloff – is one of the more unique and dynamic performers of new and alternative forms of music; melding her own styles of vocalization and virtuosic cello playing into a powerful combination of presentation for her own and other composers’ material. Her vocal range is immense, with the ability to sing in a subtle to powerful soprano range and also in guttural strength and clarity of lower tones.
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5/10 Tuesday (JM)
Lori Goldston (cello)
Seattle’s most versatile cellist weaves together years of wildly varied experiences and interests as a composer, collaborator, band leader (Black Cat Orchestra, Spectratone International), improvisor, and side player (Nirvana, David Byrne, Natacha Atlas, Mirah, Cat Power, Ellen Fullman, Earth), referencing musics from eras and geographies near and far.
Tonight. Something beautiful and something kind.
Sunday, April 3 at 8:00pm
Holy Apostles Church
296 Ninth Avenue at West 28th Street
$10: Tickets only available at the door
All proceeds will go towards the American Red Cross Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami Relief Fund
Listen to One World Symphony perform Mahler’s Adagietto.
One World Symphony is honored to contribute to Japan’s relief efforts from the recent earthquake and tsunami. All of the proceeds will go towards the American Red Cross Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami Relief Fund.