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Lara Eidi

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About Lara

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Lara Eidi is highly skilled jazz/contemporary folk-singer and songwriter, pianist, based in London.

Lara Eidi is a musician of many trades . Born to Lebanese-Canadian parents in Athens, Greece and based n London, Lara works as a singer, specializing in contemporary and cross over jazz, world music with ensembles to big band, and folk. this is her identity as a musician, never to be pigeon holed by one genre. She is also affluent as a jazz standard singer, as well as accompanying herself on piano for pop-folk gigs.

Performance details
I can perform outdoors
I have my own portable piano/keyboard
Musicianship
Genres:
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Instruments:
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Event types:
Wedding, Wedding proposal, Hotel / Restaurant event, Private event, Concert, Recording session, Christmas party
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Other skills:
Instrumental teaching, Singing teaching
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Song list

Lara Eidi Full Repertoire List
Folk, Pop
Joni Mitchell
Both Sides Now
Case of you
Big Yellow Taxi
California
Carey
Blue
All I really want
River
Woodstock
Simon and Garfunkel
April
Cathy’s Song
Mrs Robinson
Bridge Over Troubled Water
Scarborough Fair
Bob Dylan
The Times they are changing
Mr Tambroine Man
Blue Eyed Son
I shall be released
Forever Young
The Weight
To make you feel my love
The Beatles
Blackbird
Norweigan Wood
Hey Jude
Get by with a little help from my friends
Imagine
Eleonar Rigby
Carol King
You’ve got a friend
Earth
Will you still love me tomorrow
Jazz
A Child is born
Somewhere
Esperanca
Afro Blue
All of me
All the things you are
Don’t know why
Summertime
I got Rhythymn
It Could Happen to you
Dublin Morning
Seaside
Evergreen
I can’t give you anything but love
You’re driving me crazy
Georgia on my mind
Caravan
How insensitive
Original Material :
Sun
Within Without
Forever Young
Revolution Song
Little People

Reviews

From customers:

SandyBrown U, 3 years ago

Lara Eidi is one of those singers who connects with the audience as soon as she starts to sing. Perhaps psychologists can explain the gift – and it is a gift – personality? a love for what she is doing? an empathy with the music and the band? knowing she can take her great voice where she wants it to go?Whatever it is, it gained her a distinction and an appreciative audience at her final recital for her Master’s degree at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in June.