The energetic vocalist of Pink Martini, Storm Large, will take the stage at İş Sanat to perform tracks from her debut album "Le Bonheur." Known for her live performances alongside Pink Martini, Storm Large started her career in the 1990s singing at San Francisco Clubs. She became known nationwide as a contestant on the CBS reality television show "Rock Star" in 2006. Admired with her energetic live performances and powerful voice, Large became the guest vocalist of Pink Martini in 2011 and gave sellout concerts.
Making her Kennedy Center breakout with Washington National Symphony Orchestra, Storm Large shared the same stage with important music figures such as award-winning pianist Kirill Gerstein, punk-rock doyen Jon Doe and George Clinton. Making her Carnegie Hall breakout in 2013, and performing German composer Kurt Weill's masterpiece "Seven Deadly Sins" with Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Large was praised by The New York Times as an "admirable" new star of the classical music world.
Proving herself in various genres from French songs to jazz music, from classical works to lounge pieces, Storm Large will take the stage with her colorful repertoire, ranging from American Songbook classics to Broadway's most lovable love songs at İş Sanat on March 20.