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"There is Such a Thing"  

THEY CAN’T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME 

SECRET LOVE

 LULLABLY OF BIRDLAND  

THERE IS SUCH A THING  

HEART OF MINE

IN A FUNNY LITTLE CORNER OF THE WORLD

SUNDAY KIND OF LOVE  

ONE DEUCE OF A ROMANCE

THAT’S ALL  

THAT’S WHAT I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS

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Sandi Bedrosian – Vocals

Mark Shilansky - Piano

Keala Kaumeheiwa – Bass

Mark Earley - Saxophone (Heart Of Mine, Lullaby Of Birdland, One Deuce Of A Romance)

John Hyde - Accordion (Heart Of Mine, Lullaby Of Birdland, One Deuce Of A Romance)

Bertram Lehmann - Drums (Funny Little Corner Of The World, Lullaby Of Birdland)

Chuck Soloio - Drums (Heart Of Mine, One Deuce Of A Romance, That’s All, There Is Such A Thing)

Take Toriyama – Drums (Secret Love, Sunday Kind Of Love, They Can’t That Away From Me, That’s What I Want For Christmas)

Tony Zannini - Guitar (Lullaby Of Birdland)

 

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Vocal Artist - Sandi Bedrosian

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Sandi Bedrosian has been performing professionally for the past 25 Years as lead vocalist singing Jazz, Swing, Rhythm & Blues, and Classical, as well as, Top 40 and Gospel/Liturgical music.

She received her classical training at the University of MA in Lowell majoring in voice-performance.

She has been the opening act/lead vocalist for such artists as: Gary Charrone  of Van Halen/Extreme, Sheena Easton, Tom Sullivan, Barbara Mandrell, and the Capital Steps.

The Sandi Bedrosian Ensemble has performed throughout New England, the East and West Coasts, and Europe.

Sandi has also starred in many musical productions, theater and opera, such as: Fiorello, Carousal, and  Die Fledermaus. In addition she has directed the musicals South Pacific, Godspell, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

As a professional voice-over artist/actress since 1997, one of her Comcast ads won the 2004 Communicator Award of Excellence.”

Currently, Sandi lives in Andover, MA with her husband/pianist John Hyde. For over 20 years Sandi has owned and operated The VOICE Studio, a music studio in Andover. There they teach voice and piano, and the musical arts to new and professional artists.  

 

 

 

JohnHJohn Hyde, originally from Beverly, MA, has been playing piano for over 45 years. A graduate of the Berklee College of Music, was also a student of Charlie Banacas and Paul Schmeling. John has graced a multitude of bands as well as doing solo work, spanning everything from Jazz, R&B, Blues Cabaret and Classical/Liturgical Music. He has worked with Bobby Hebb, Maria Muldaur, Whoopie Goldberg, Harry Belafonte and members of Roomful of Blues Band. He played at the “Cheers” bar in Boston for 3 years. Most summers he works at the Lincoln Center in New York, composing and performing the music for some of their outdoor productions. Recently, John was the music director and keyboardist for the play “Bass Saxaphone” in New York City. In addition to writing and performing, he has a roster of students who keep him busy teaching privately. Presently, he resides in Andover, with his wife, vocalist, Sandi Bedrosian and he performs throughout Greater Boston and  New England as musical director/arranger and accompanist for jazz, classical and liturgical concerts.