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Bisantz' horn-like phrasing delivers shivers with an intonation that bears the glint of moonlit melancholy but hardly lacks for warmth…particularly when she goes it alone as she does on an a cappella read of "Spring Is Here".  


Jazziz Magazine |  Art For Your Ears


Bisantz leaves her own pale-moon, feminine grooves on the melodies, gently coaxing out what was meant to be.  Her vocals are soft, but embed the lyrics themselves with a deep resonant tonality, a full-bodied residue that melts the words until there is just a groan in the aftermath of emotional collapse.

AXS Jazz Examiner

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