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Amy Sinha



D
ynamic Jazz vocalist Amy Sinha is fast
becoming a prominent name on the UK and International music scene.


Amy Sinha’s pedigree in music is one that would be the envy of any impresario. Amy, the youngest of three sisters, has been surrounded by music and instruments from an early age. Inspired by such a musical upbringing, Amy studied classical piano and singing and developed an intimate love affair with Jazz in her teens.

She went on to graduate from Leeds College of Music with a BA (Hons) Degree in music specialising in Jazz. There she studied under tutors such as Graham Hearn, Lee Gibson, Tina May and Daryl Sherman. This solid grounding in Jazz, (with influences such as Frank Sinatra, Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald), and a voice that has been described as ‘silky-smooth’ caught, the attention of some of the best Jazz musicians currently working in the UK and saw her contacts book filling up with names of the great and the good of Jazz.

A meteoric rise in status and sheer talent has led to Amy working with such notable musicians as harmonica player Julian Jackson, saxophone maestros Alex Garnett and Alan Barns and trumpet player Damon Brown. Although Jazz has been her first love, Amy also indulges in soul and RnB always keen to fuse various styles producing her own fresh and silky sound. She is currently freelancing throughout the UK and is also involved with two bands, both based in Swansea.

Amy had the pleasure of visiting Luxembourg and Germany last year. This experience inspired her to learn jazz songs in French, including, “La Mer” (Beyond the Sea) and “Les feuilles mortes“ (Autumn Leaves). This year she plans to spend a lot more time in Europe furthering her musical education.



More Information

For more information please visit;

www.amysinha.com,

www.myspace.com/amysinner

www.youtube.com/amysinner

www.twitter.com/singingsinha



Media Invite

Amy Sinha will be available for phone interviews.

To book, please contact her press officer Nicola Jones at 07779021436