Clinic IMPERDIBILE con la Vocalist RnB e Attrice di Broadway Shayna Steele.
Un’occasione straordinaria di imparare da un’artista newyorkese di grande talento, tecnica e presenza scenica che riesce ad eccellere sia nel repertorio di Broadway, che nell’RnB più raffinato.
La Clinic affronterà aspetti della tecnica, dello studio del repertorio e dell’interpretazione dando spazio anche alle performance degli studenti che vorranno esibirsi per essere corretti e orientati.
Quando: Giovedì 9 Dicembre 2010 dalle ore 15.30 alle ore 17.30
Dove: Sonus Factory – Via B. Borghesi 1 Roma
Quota di partecipazione: € 20 soci Sonus Factory, € 25 partecipanti esterni.
el: (+39) 06 45421624
Boasting an industry resume as long as your arm, singer/songwriter Shayna Steele has acquired many labels over the course of her 12 year career, from “Broadway crooner” to “disco screamer”, “Chaka Khaner” to “r&b belter”, and “jazz chanteuse” to “electro diva.”
After just three months in the city, her dynamic voice and fierce delivery were recognized as she landed a role as the first replacement in the history of the Broadway production of Rent. Joining the original cast at its peak, the experience/exposure of this gig quickly parlayed into roles in Jesus Christ Superstar and Hairspray, as well as several TV appearances including spots on The Grammys, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Conan O’Brien, David Letterman and Carson Daly.”
A completely unexpected call in 2005 would drop her squarely in the middle of genre she had absolutely no experience with: Electronica. Hearing that Moby “needed a screamer” for a track off his new album Hotel, a mutual friend recommended Steele, resulting in the disc’s second single “Raining Again”. Two years later, she was back, laying down vocals for “Extreme Ways (2007)” – Moby’s theme song to The Bourne Ultimatum – and in early 2008, “Disco Lies”, The first single off Moby’s 2008 release Last Night. The song reached #1 on the US Billboard Dance charts and went on to be featured in J.J. Abram’s summer blockbuster Cloverfield. Her voice has remained in high demand singing background for Bette Midler, Lizz Wright, Glee’s Matthew Morrison and John Legend with recent features on the Grammy-nominated album Great Joy with The Broadway Inspirational Voices, and the soundtracks of Legally Blonde 2, Bambi 2, the 2007 re-remake of Hairspray starring John Travolta, a singing feature on HBO’s The Sopranos and most recently the Sex and the City 2 soundtrack.
Creating not one, but two live bands, including her album players and her jazz group, Shayna Steele’s B-Side, she’s since shared the stage with luminaries Ledisi, George Clinton (as opening act), Deborah Cox, Oleta Adams, Moby, and, in 2006, Journey’s Neil Schon for a critically acclaimed, show-stealing performance at the Gibson Amphitheater’s tribute concert to the late Les Paul. In addition to Broadway’s stages, she’s also played prestigious venues including the Blue Note, Lincoln Center’s Rose Theatre, Joe’s Pub, The Cutting Room, B.B. King’s, Yoshi’s in San Francisco, Hotel Café in Los Angeles and many clubs throughout Switzerland and Italy.