Every so often a musician emerges who manages to speak to
the spirit by way of their instrument. Electric cellist
and vocalist Jami Sieber reaches inside the soul with
compositions that are contemporary, timeless, lush, and
powerfully evocative. Her style of performance has been
recognized internationally. She is a celebrated pioneer of
her instrument and received the Northwest Area Music
Association (NAMA) Award for Best Rock Instrumentalist, no
easy feat for a cellist.
Jami's playing style grew out of her childhood classical
training and has expanded over the years to embrace jazz,
folk, rock, improvisational and avant garde music. She has
guest artist in a variety of musical settings that have
taken her to China, Russia, Croatia, Kosovo, Bosnia, Italy,
France and most recently to Thailand where while working on
a film score she had the most enriching experience of
improvising with the Elephant Orchestra outside of Lampang.
She has toured internationally with Rhiannon (jazz
vocalist), Jennifer Berezan (singer/songwriter), Ferron
(singer/songwriter), Kim Rosen (poet).
Sieber's music is an atmospheric invitation to another
world, a quality which lends itself to film (Climb Against
The Odds, public television airing 1999, Jews and Buddhism,
Chayes Productions 1998, Bond, Alice Ray director 1991);
theater (T.S. Crossing, Allegro Series 1989,); and dance
(Facing East Dance Collective, Berkeley, Ca 1998-99, Llory
Wilson's Tallulah Dance Co.,Seattle, Jacobs Pillow 1994,
Jeff Bickford, Seattle 1990).
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