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Lua Hadar with TWIST / 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 enjoyed collaborations in Bali, France, Italy, Japan, Russia, Switzerland and Thailand. The mission of her band, TWIST, is to create world harmony through music.

A unique and original vocalist with a soaring range, Lua interprets lyrics in several languages with a charming, swinging delivery, as well as passionate commitment and humor. She has appeared at The Fairmont Hotel, The Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco’s Rrazz Room, The Plush Room and Jazz at Pearl’s, New York’s Iridium Jazz Club and Cornelia Street Café, the Swan Bar in Paris, Theatre Les Tisserands in Lille, France, and at the Bangkok International Festival of Dance & Music, and Yoshi's Jazz Club in Oakland, CA. Her upcoming performances include Somethin’ Jazz Club in New York City and The Jazzschool in Berkeley, with the release of her new CD, Like A Bridge.

Hadar delivers Master Classes in interpretation and style of the body of musical material known as The Great American Songbook, part of her heritage as a native New Yorker and daughter of a musician. Her San Francisco-based Studio NPG provides professional development for performing artists and offers salon concerts and events for the community, featuring teaching artists such as Broadway-TV-film star, Faith Prince, among others.

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General Info

Band Members
Jason Martineau-piano, Dan Feiszli-bass, Celso Alberti-drums, Ian Dogole-percussion, Larry De La Cruz-reeds
Artist Name
Lua Hadar with TWIST
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Active Since
Jazz / World / Latin Jazz

Contact Info

San Francisco, CA

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