Natalia is currently working on the soundtrack and accompanying book for her show The Women Who Rode Away. The album will be officially released on February 1st and the download will be available to pledge supporters the first week in January!
I had the idea for this project many years ago when I wrote my first song about a historical ass kicking woman (Jane Avril) and thought it would be so cool to do a whole album of what I call “portrait songs.” That idea has evolved and grown and in May of 2018, I was an artist in residence at the cell theatre in Manhattan where I developed the original idea into a multimedia extravaganza with the help of an amazing team: Artistic Director Kira Simring and Designer Gertjan Houben. Since May, I have performed the show a number of times and am continuing to develop and promote it. Now it’s time to go into the studio and record the soundtrack!
That’s where you come in….
With your support, I’ll be able to make a music video, print a limited edition vinyl of the record, make an actual coffee table book with all the images, stories and song lyrics, promote the show and hopefully bring it to a town near you! Because of the multimedia aspect (all the images are projected onto a canvas during the show), this show is a bit more complicated than my usual solo singer/songwriter shows and requires a bigger budget to produce. Your support will help me do all of that and more!
Take a look at all the fun things that are available here and see what suits your fancy.
Thank you SO much for helping me bring this project to its full potential. I can’t wait to share it all with you!
With love and so much gratitude,
Natalia Zukerman comes equipped with a triple-threat toolbox: She's an incisive songwriter with the phrasing of a jazz-blues singer and the phenomenal instrumental talent on anything with strings." The Rogovoy Report
Produced by Abby Russell and edited by Joe Duva.