June Bisantz is performing again this November at Japanalia Eiko in Hartford, Connecticut. The evening of music is inspired by two iconic performers—Chet Baker and Fred Astaire. The show explores the contrasts and similarities between these two revered artists neither of whom were best known for singing. In spite of dramatically different life-styles, each brought a unique elegance to vocal jazz that has rarely been equaled.
After touring Japan and performing at this year’s Litchfield Jazz Festival, June Bisantz and the Chet Baker Project return to Japanalia in Hartford with material from It’s Always You, Volume 2 of the Chet Baker Project, and songs from their upcoming Astaire-inspired project, “Dancing with Fred.”
Please Save Saturday, November 9 for our show at Japanalia, “It’s Always You … and Sometimes Fred.” More information is at this link.
Professor June Bisantz lives two lives: one is Bisantz is a Professor of Digital Art and Design, the other a “gifted singer with a warm, vibrant voice that can twist and turn on a dime” Newsday.