OURIDA

Pianos NYC

158 Ludlow Street
New York, NY 10002

New Pop Jazz Songs
OURIDA            voice, piano
Jonathan Levy    bass
Joe Hertenstein  drums
 
Ourida is a french algerian singer songwriter who creates a music that is radically personal.
Her urban songs mix the groove of jazz, the beats of modern pop and the rythms of traditional world songs with lyrics as powerful and direct as the images of a movie.
Her sensual voice, that cultivate passionate emotions and can be as ingenuous as raw, has performed all over the world, from Brazil to Canada, in concert halls as in parisian cafés.
She's now playing in trio with amazingly creative musicians who gives to the band a truly unic sound, Jonathan Levy on bass, and Joe Hertenstein on drums. Enjoy the trip!
 
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LISTEN: https://soundcloud.com/ourida/sets/ourida-live-pianos-nyc-2015
 
SHARE: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ourida/269056749921678?ref=bookmarks
 
SEE: http://www.ourida.com
 

 

Ourida is a french algerian singer songwriter. Her urban songs (in french, english, even russian and berbere) mix the groove of pop and jazz to the powerful rythmic sounds of world modern music. Years of performances in parisian venues and cariocas cafés had confirmed an hypnotic voice and a charismatic presence. She's performing in trio in Nyc with two amazing creative musicians influenced by indie rock, free jazz and jungle, giving to the band a truly unic sound

 
Jonathan Levy is a bass player, guitar player, and a music producer, living in Brooklyn, NY. Watching Jonathan move while he plays can tell you a lot about the music that he creates. http://jonathan-levy.com/


Joe Hertenstein has been working with a handful of amazing musicians since moving to New york, and work on various original projects as well as with his own compositions. http://www.joehertenstein.com/

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