About Sophia Shorai
This honey-toned vocalist is one of the scene’s best kept secrets.
Shorai and pianist Tommy Barbarella released their duo album, “Long as You’re Living,” in 2010. Catch a preview of the record at http://sophiashorai.bandcamp.com
Check out her other recording projects at http://sophiashoraimusic.com/
“There’s been buzz about Sophia Shorai for some time. I think I heard Leigh Kamman rave about her a while back on his radio show The Jazz Image, and Tanner Taylor wants to record with her, and she’s versatile, singing jazz standards and pop tunes and Latin classics … I like Shorai’s voice a lot. It’s very pretty, sometimes little-girl, sometimes breathy, sometimes tough, reminiscent of Stacey Kent but not derivative.” – Pamela Espeland, Bebopified
What Other People Have Been Saying...
“the prominence of her enthusiasm is hard to ignore… Shorai’s project represents the best of what music is all about” -All About Jazz
About Foodie Nights
Foodie Nights are floating nights for food lovers at the Dakota – check dakotacooks.com for upcoming foodie nights.
Foodie Nights feature a menu by Chef Derik Moran with sweet treats by pastry Chef Katie Elsing and no cover for music. Come to the Dakota on a Foodie Night for acclaimed cuisine and select $10 bottles of wine. Call 612-332-1010 for reservations and visit dakotacooks.com for more details!