Veronika Harcsa was born in Budapest. During her schooling years she went to several music schools learning to play the piano, the saxophone, and studying classical/ jazz singing. She graduated from the vocal jazz faculty of the Ferenc Liszt College of Music Budapest in June 2008. She formed her own jazz quartet in 2005, featuring leading Hungarian jazz musicians (Attlia Blaho – piano, Zoltán Oláh – double bass, Bálint Majtényi – drums). In the very same year she produced and released her first jazz standard album titled Speak Low in Hungary. Speak Low was later released in Japan in July 2007 by an independent label based in Tokyo called Nature Bliss, and became No.1 selling album in the vocal jazz charts of Tower Records Japan.
One of Tony's best LP's. A masterpiece. Don't ask me to sing "Nobody Else But Me", because I will.
Given the depth, range and quality of the Deutsche Grammophon catalogue, it’s hardly been difficult to put together another anthology of great recordings and great artists. The structure is as before – here are 53 original albums (including three double-sets), featuring the great names of Deutsche Grammophon’s recording history, presented, once more, in alphabetical order of artist. Claudio Abbado leads off with a complete Carmen and Krystian Zimerman rounds off with his memorable account of the Chopin Ballades.
La publication de 'Manuel à l’usage des femmes de ménage' révèle un grand auteur et un destin exceptionnel : Lucia Berlin, mariée trois fois, mère de quatre garçons, nous raconte ses multiples vies en quarante-trois épisodes. Élevée dans les camps miniers d’Alaska et du Midwest, elle a été successivement une enfant solitaire au Texas durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, une jeune fille riche et privilégiée à Santiago du Chili, une artiste bohème vivant dans un loft new-yorkais au milieu des années 50 et une infirmière aux urgences d’Oakland.