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Musician and visual artist June Bisantz has co-written and produced several collections of vocal jazz, all of which have received national and international airplay.

Bisantz has performed and recorded with distinguished jazz musicians including Steve Swallow, Bob Moses, Paul Brown, Lou Soloff, Jerry Neiwood, Mike Stern and Will Lee. Reviews and articles about her work include People Magazine, USA Today, Downbeat Magazine,Jazziz Magazine, New York Newsday, the Boston Herald, Boston Globe, Hartford Courant, Connecticut Magazine and the New York Native.

Bisantz currently performs and records with Russian-born jazz/classical pianist and arranger Alex Nakhimovsky; guitarist and composer Norman Johnson; and master trumpeter Gabor Viragh.

Her newest release, “Love's Tango”, is a collection of original Latin Jazz about the many ways we experience love - nostalgically, joyfully and philosophically.


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”Most captivating of all is Bisantz, a gifted singer with a warm, bright, intensely vibrant voice and marvelous offhand timing. She navigates fast complicated melodies with sensuous feline ease. Her voice is a revelation, caressing and velvety, but electrically alive.” Eric Levin - People Magazine

Bisantz has an easy-going alto style with a low burn sensuality that percolates with assuredness and sophistication. Nakhimovsky is genius with his colorizations of the melodies. You can hear the delicacy and maturity within his note choices.   Delightfully witty lyrics, paired with music that enlivens the senses and lightens your heart

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Album Love's Tango by June Bisantz

Love's Tango

EH2U (Everything Happens 2 Us)
2019

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