Lucy Yeghiazaryan was born in a small village in Armenia, where she spent the earlier years of her youth prior to immigrating to the United States in 2001. As a child she studied classical violin at the National Conservatory and took an initial interest in singing as a result of her father's love for jazz. At the age of ten, she became the youngest member of the vocal a cappella group, YY Sisters, who perform non-secular Armenian and Middle-Eastern music and today enjoy wide recognition within the American Armenian community. Since immigrating, Lucy has been an active member of the New York jazz community. The uncommon fusion of a more Eastern oriented style of singing, and traditional jazz creates an undeniably distinct sound that immediately captivates the listener. The intricacies and heart of the music are expressed most honestly and soulfully in performance. Her repertoire is versatile and includes unknown and scarcely recorded jazz, blues, sharakan and Latin compositions. Lucy also plays violin in the septet SoundSketch lead by sister Tatev and was a finalist in the prestigious International Monk Jazz Competition in 2015!
Live jazz music is from 7-10 pm. For the New Year we will have 2 seatings. First seating is from 6:30pm-8:30pm $10 per person for a table reservation. The second seating is from 9pm-10:30pm $5 per person for a table reservation. Dinner is served both before and during the show. Be sure to check out our delicious craft cocktail menu as well. Bar seating available on first come, first served basis.
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