Stephen Holden on Lea Solonga

The NYTimes reviews the eternally-youthful Miss Saignon, now appearing at the Cafe Carlyle:  ”

Ms. Salonga’s bright, metallically edged voice is a shiny all-purpose instrument that confidently establishes its dominion over whatever musical setting surrounds it. Because her accompaniment consists of only piano (Larry Yurman), bass (John Miller) and guitar (Jack Cavari), she isn’t required to belt, which is all to the good in an intimate cabaret setting. And Mr. Yurman’s delicate arrangements provided sensitive support.”

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