A multi-talented musician, Sarah Lancman is a pianist and a composer. She is one of the finest singers to discover.
She starts the piano at the age of 7 and began with a classical training then a jazz one at the Paris conservatory.
She becomes passionate about musical arrangement and composition and is graduated from the Haute Ecole de Musique – Departement Jazz de Lausanne in piano Jazz and singing.
Since then, she took part in several famous Jazz Festivals and jazz scenes such as in Paris at the Sunset Jazz Club, Petit Journal Montparnasse, at the Jazz Festival in Monaco, in Switzerland: Chorus Jazz Club in Lausanne, Villars sur Ollon, Montreux, Verbier, Ascona , Burghausen, Luzern, in Bavaria in Burghausen, and also in Turkey at the Jazz Club les Ambassadeurs in Istanbul…
In January 2015, she released her first album « Dark », produced by Blew Records Music Label and is well welcomed by critics, including that of Antoine Garance from Citizen Jazz Magazine: « Sarah Lancman is excellent in this intimate jazz atmosphere that envelops us like a sudden fog drilled by a sunbeam . “
The meeting with the pianist Giovanni Mirabassi (17 gold records , Victoires de la Musique , Django D’or, Grand Prix of the Académie du Jazz Django Reinhardt ) is decisive. He immediately recognizes her as his ” voice, that he sought : An extraordinary voice in the literally signification, not only talented but able to create emotions “and encouraged her to write a new album.
Today they are the accomplices of the album ” Inspiring Love” with 10 original songs recorded in New York , the inspiring place of jazz music and will be released in October 2016, surrounded by a line up ” all stars ” ( Alex Sipiagin , Gianluca Renzi , Gene Jackson) .
A tour will be announced very soon.
« Sarah Lancman has the purity of Julie London and the depth of Shirley Horn. She is the hope and the jazz singer we have all been waiting for. »
Wendy Oxenhorn,! Director Executive of the Jazz Foundation of the United States of America
26/02/2017 – PUTEAUX (92) – Conservatoire Jean-Baptiste Lully