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New Lady Torch album explores depth of her creativity
(Published: July 24, 2019)

Lady Torch is a talented artist and performer with a very distinctive style. She is a world-class violinist who has perfected an incredibly sophisticated technique. Because of her versatility, she is seamlessly able to explore a wide range of musical styles and ideas.

In particular, Lady Torch feels particularly at home with the experimental Big Band jazz sound. This format allows her to explore the depths of her creativity and technical skills on her instrument.

Her most recent release is an album titled Singles and Double Standards. This record unfolds throughout the span of twelve studio tracks. Each one of these compositions follows a different direction. From the sophistication of classic jazz influences to the freedom of Lady Torch's more adventurous leanings, anything goes. In fact, one of the most amazing features of this release is definitely the fact that there are no boundaries when it comes to creating great music.

More Information: http://www.alicemarieviolin.com

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