Laura Brunner on Vocals with Saul Rubin on Guitar and Marco Panascia on Bass http://www.laurabrunner.com/ Sets at 8:30 & 10:30pm.
Laura Brunner on Vocals and Keys with Marco Panascia on Bass and Camila Meza on Guitar http://www.myspace.com/laurabrunner Sets at 8:30 & 10:30pm.
Laura Brunner and Richard Padrón will be taking there dynamic duo to this wonderful old world Italian eatery in Long Island City. Just over the east river in Queens minutes away from Manhattan. Reservations are recommended: 718-937-1322. Take the E to 23rd St, the 7 to Jackson Av/Vernon Blvd., or the G to 21st St. Located at 46-33 Vernon Blvd., Long Island City, NY 11101. Between 46th Rd and 47th Ave.
Laura Brunner will be performing with guitarist Richard Padron at Ayza Wine and Chocolate Bar located 11 West 31st Street New York, NY 10001 Phone: (212) 714-2992
Laura Brunner will be performing with guitarist Richard Padrón a jazz brunch at Diwine Bar in Astoria, Queens. Weekly performances. Located at 4115 31st Ave. between 41st and 42nd streets. Astoria Queens near the E, M,R Steinway or 46th St stops.
Sounds Like: Paula Cole, Ella Fitzgerald
Bio: Jazz vocalist and composer Laura Brunner originally hails from Columbus, Ohio. A songstress of incredible emotional depth, Laura continues to dazzle audiences with her incredible vocal range, rich colorful timbres, and deeply personal original compositions. Her unique heartfelt performances hav...See Full Bio
“Laura Brunner Quartet (May 26) - Laura Brunner is an accomplished young singer/composer hailing from Columbus Ohio, where she sang with numerous choirs and performed with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra on many occasions. In 2002, Brunner received a scholarship to attend Berklee. She has performed in Berklee's popular Singers' Showcase concert twice, and also in master classes with Meredith Monk, Riannon, and Ellis Marsalis. Brunner recently released a CD of original compositions and co-organized and performed in the Fresh Forward Jazz Festival, giving young composers an opportunity to showcase their material and promote the future generation of jazz. ”