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Allison Tartalia

Allison Tartalia

Allison Tartalia


Allison Tartalia's piano-based compositions are marked by unconventional arrangements, brutally honest lyrics, and a wry sense of humor. Based in New York City, she frequently tours, performing at clubs, colleges and festivals around the country. A classically trained pianist, Allison draws upon diverse influences to create her eclectic brand of orchestral chamber pop. The NY Times calls Allison a "singer with a sultry voice" and the Village Voice Read more on Last.fm
Allison Tartalia's piano-based compositions are marked by unconventional arrangements, brutally honest lyrics, and a wry sense of humor. Based in New York City, she frequently tours, performing at clubs, colleges and festivals around the country. A classically trained pianist, Allison draws upon diverse influences to create her eclectic brand of orchestral chamber pop. The NY Times calls Allison a "singer with a sultry voice" and the Village Voice wrote "This native New Yorker's debut CD sounds legitimately more jazzy than folky--smack-dab in the Laura Nyro/Ricki Lee Jones/Sophie B. Hawkins lineage." Allison's first foray into musical theatre as composer and arranger, 1918: A House Divided, was produced by the Pulitzer Prize-winning Theater for the New City.

An original cast recording was released in 2008. Tartalia frequently accompanies other artists as a keyboardist and vocalist both on stage and in the studio. Recently, she was nominated for an Emmy for music she co-wrote for the documentary 5,000 Miles From Home. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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