International Pianist Tinkles the Ivories at the Savannah Music Festival

Atlanta, GA (PressExposure) September 05, 2006 -- Recording artist and international pianist, AlexandrA, performed an impromptu mini concert for audiences at the Savannah, Georgia, music festival over Labor Day weekend. Saturday night, while guests strolled through the AT Hun Art Gallery in the City Market of Savannah’s artist community, AlexandrA graced the ivory keys with several original masterpieces from her upcoming album release, Angel Eyes. Selections included, “Always in My Heart,” “God Bless the Little Children,” “Theater of Pain,” and “Ten Thousand Angels.”

AlexandrA’s contemporary classical style trademarks her unique translation of music. “Since the age of four, the piano has become a way of life for me to filter my soul through my fingertips for all to experience,” AlexandrA expresses. “It is always a thrill to share my piano artistry with others. I see the beautiful transformation as their spirits replace their worries with peaceful smiles.”

AlexandrA’s latest album release, Guardian Angels, showcases five of her original songs and five favorite cover tunes. All songs are arranged and performed by AlexandrA. Guardian Angels is dedicated to the memory of her late husband, Al Adamson.

AlexandrA’s world wide performances include Italy, Mexico, Australia, the Caribbean, Alaska and Hawaii. Savannah is definitely a delightful addition to AlexandrA’s growing list of favorite performing arenas. “The local folks were so receptive,” AlexandrA confesses, “that I was offered an open invitation to return as often as I wish!”

Currently residing in Atlanta, Georgia, AlexandrA is managed by Stevee Ashlock of Stoneybrook Productions in Marietta, Georgia. For booking information and tour performances, go to [] .

About Stoneybrook Productions

Stoneybrook Productions

Contact: Stevee Ashlock

Address: P.O. Box 669713, Marietta, GA 30066

Phone: 770-591-8684


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Press Release Submitted On: September 04, 2006 at 8:55 pm
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