©Jitske Schols


Wed 27 Nov

Singer Lavalu turns the halls into salons where she gathers the audience close to her wing.

The nightly dreams of her previous program Solitary High are now turning pianist and singer Lavalu into life. Satie makes way for Bach. And Debussy for Pärt. Once you let the waterfall flow, it will gush into the strings. Some songs babble like a stream. Others burst through the piano to make you jump out of your seat and shout: "I want to love too, now!!"

Singer Lavalu toured for years with her band along hundreds of pop halls, festivals and theaters including Noorderslag and Montreux Jazz. She also wrote all the music for the theater spectacle Het Pauperparadijs. In October 2018, the Swedish label 1631 Recordings re-released its solo album Solitary High, which was released in 2017, now internationally.

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