Born: October 4, 1973
Vocalist, creator and educator born in Montevideo, Uruguay. Sabrina moved to Israel in 1999, and since 2005 she is living in New York. She was selected to participate in the Professional Training Workshop Monk on Monk: Vocal Works of Meredith Monk organized by The Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall, performing at Zankel Hall, Carnegie Hall in January 2006. She has played at the New York City Classical Guitar Society, Queen Sofia Institute, Martin E. Segal Theatre, Cornelia Street Cafe, and Blues Alley Jazz, among others. She has performed with the Tali Roth Trio, Pablo Aslán, Fernando Otero, José Pedro Beledo, Jorge Camiruaga, Gustavo Casenave, Pedro Giraudo, Emilio Solla, David Silliman and Don Harris, and others. In 2006 Sabrina toured in Israel with Fernando Otero and Leo Roitman. In 2006 and 2007 she performed in Uruguay with Andrés Bedó, Roberto De Bellis, Jorge Trasante and Pablo Somma, presenting her project The Folds of the Soul, which was declred of cultural interest by the uruguayan Ministry of Culture and Education. The Folds of the Soul was release...
Awards2008 ~ The album The Folds of the Soul was nominated by the Graffiti Prize as one of the best jazz albums of the year in Uruguay. 2006 ~ Selected to participate in the Professional Training Workshop Monk on Monk: Vocal Works of Meredith Monk organized by The Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall, performing at Zankel Hall, Carnegie Hall.
The Folds of the Soul “A magic atmosphere which folds can only be crossed by the breath that becomes sound. And Lastman do it in a very tuned and delicate discovery of details. Her voice is impeccable. It seduces, grills, plays with contrasting images and irregular sonoric surfaces. Alexander Laluz - Brecha (Uruguay)
Sabrina Lastman embraces the audience with the sweetness of her voice. It doesn't matter if she sings in Spanish, English or Portuguese; her vocal timber, her powerful voice, her gesticulation and her concentration say a lot about this singer. Sabrina improvises very naturally, in a rhythmical and spontaneous way. She is unpredictable... Is not just 'the voice as an instrument', Sabrina is an instrument herself. Rodrigo Ribeiro delUruguaY.net
The Candombe Jazz SessionsZoho Music
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New York, NY
Willing to teach:
Intermediate to advanced students