The organization announced today that several world-class musicians have been signed
NEW YORK, NY (April 18, 2018) – NYC-based In Touch Entertainment has signed several new musicians to its roster of world-renowned artists.
The new pool of talent includes Cuban artists Rey Cabrera, Jorge Chicoy and Xiomara Laugart; jazz guitarist Fareed Haque; trumpeter Wallace Roney; vocalists Lauren Kinhan, Fleurine, Maria Alejandra Rodriguez and Nancy Harms, as well as trumpeter/vocalist Bob Merrill.
“We are very pleased to have these gifted artists as part of our organization,” said In Touch’s CEO, Charles Carlini.
“Each of them has a unique talent and audiences around the country and the world have been enthusiastically responding to their performances,” he added.
In all, In Touch Entertainment represents 36 accomplished and critically-acclaimed musicians, including pianists Eumir Deodato, Suzanne Ciani, and Brian Auger; jazz bassist George Mraz, and Brazilian guitarist Guinga.
More information about these artists is provided here https://www.intouchent.com/artists.
Last month, the organization also launched three new programs — Vocal Mania, Boss Tenors, and Dangerous Rhythms — to its already successful series of performances held in a legendary New York jazz venue, Zinc.
Its guitar-centric Strings Attached jazz series, featuring four of New York City’s premier six-string jazz masters on a single stage – Jack Wilkins, Vic Juris, Joe Cohn, and Mark Whitfield — has been a regular feature at the Zinc since 2017. Piano Jazz and Trumpet Masters programs were also added to the Zinc’s line-up last year. And a new Percussion Masters series will launch next month.
“We are always expanding our offerings to present the best artists and programs in the city,” Carlini said.
About In Touch Entertainment
NYC-based In Touch Entertainment is a worldwide entertainment organization that manages both established and up-and-coming recording artists, books talent into the world’s hottest venues, oversees music recording, and promotes and produces concerts and films.