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Julia Marty

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"Kirby Crane"

Whether she's belting out a stirring and patriotic song in the native tongue of her Mother Russia, or delivering a heart-felt ballad in English, the talent and grace of this lovely singer/songwriter/musician shines through on all eleven cuts of this great CD. Highly recommended! - Hot City Productions

"Cafe Luna E-zine: Upsala Sweden, February 2007"

Julia Marty (Ioulia Vladimirovna Danshina) was born in Russia but her musical travels have taken her to the states where she now lives. Her heritage is very much alive and she sings traditional songs as well as her own on this debut. The lovely "Silken Grass" is one such traditional song and Marty sings beautifully and the arrangement's very pretty.
"All of this time" sung in English is lively, jazzy and tells of a love fated to be. The title song is an impassioned instrumental played on keyboard. Marty's skill at the instrument is obvious. "Dark Night" is a nice accapella song with Marty duetting with herself.
Marty's made a debut that's for anyone who likes good and unusual music.
Copyright © 2007 Anna Maria Stjärnell

http://www.lunakafe.com/moon127/usmo127.php - Anna Maria Stjärnell

"Collected Sounds, November 2006"

" ...her voice is beautiful, it sounds especially lovely when singing her native language. The piano on the these tracks is great...on "Mama's Fairy Tale" the intro sounds like it's played on a child's piano or a music box. It's very nice and sets the mood. This is a very nice, unique record that I think will appeal to those who search for an other worldly sound."

http://www.collectedsounds.com/cdreviews/fromeast.html - Amy Lotsberg, Producer


"From East to West" , J&D Studios Jefferson City MO



Julia Marty (born Ioulia Vladimirovna Danshina) grew up in the former Soviet Union and began her musical training at age six. The daughter of an accomplished pianist and choirmaster, she studied classical piano and graduated from the Rostov College of Music in Russia. Julia’s career quickly shifted to vocal music when she was asked to audition for the popular Russian folk group, Balalaika. Her talents propelled her through the very competitive levels of Russian folk music and culminated with the internationally acclaimed Don Cossacks. Julia has performed in France, Germany, Spain, South Korea, and Canada, and in the United States, where she toured under the sponsorship of Columbia Artists in over fifty major cities. In 2001, Julia decided to remain in the States, where she now lives with her husband and daughter in central Missouri, living her American Dream. Her life as come full circle: from world-touring vocalist to hotel housekeeper, to operating room technician, and now again Julia returns to the stage and studio. Her style is eclectic and her talent diverse, consisting of original contemporary adult music in English and Russian, as well as Russian folk music, instrumentals and a cappella works. Her purpose: to bridge the gap between East and West through her music.