Nikki Yanofsky《4CD》2008-2020/FLAC/BD

Nicole Rachel “ Nikki ” Yanofsky(1994年2月8日出生)是魁北克蒙特利尔的爵士乐歌手。她演唱了CTV奥林匹克广播的主题曲“ 我相信 ”,这也是2010年冬季奥运会的主题曲。她还参加了奥运会的开幕式和闭幕式以及2010年冬季残奥会的开幕式。

录音

Yanofsky 为Verve Records录制了Ella Fitzgerald的歌曲“ Air Mail Special”,并于2007年6月在专辑We All Love Ella:Celebrating Song of Lady中发行。由Tommy LiPuma制作的这首歌使Yanofsky成为Verve录制的最年轻的歌手。然后,她为电影《高中音乐剧2》录制了英文和法文的“ 我自己走 ” 。

她与赫比·汉考克(Herbie Hancock)和will.i.am合作制作了摇摆时代的跨界版热门歌曲“ 萨沃伊的Stompin ”。它在Kareem Abdul-Jabbar的有声读物《巨人的肩膀》中发行。

2008年9月,Yanofsky发行了她的第一张全长专辑,这是一张现场CD / DVD演唱会套装,名为Ella … Of Thee I Swing。她在2009年获得了两项朱诺奖提名:年度新歌手和年度Vocal爵士专辑。她还获得了2009年加拿大独立音乐奖的“最爱爵士乐艺术家”奖。

词曲作者史蒂芬·莫西奥(Stephan Moccio)和艾伦·弗鲁(Alan Frew)选择亚诺夫斯基(Yanofsky)演唱CTV的2010年冬季奥运会广播主题“ 我相信 ”,该主题在2010年 2月27日那一周在加拿大百强榜上排名第一。这使她成为第一位加拿大艺人。该图上有第一首歌。这首歌在2010年4月获得数字下载的“四重白金 ” 认证。

2010年,Yanofsky 与Phil Ramone录制了她的第一张录音室专辑Nikki。连同专辑“ I Believe”的发行,其中包括Yanofsky的一些第一批原创作品,与Jesse Harris,Ron Sexsmith和Feist合作。Nikki由Decca Records于2010年4月发行,并得到了国际巡回演出的支持。它获得了朱诺(Juno)的“年度最佳声乐爵士专辑”提名,并因“年度最佳女歌手”而获得了亚诺夫斯基WAVE爵士爵士奖。

在Ganz 2010年10月的“ Webkinz月度宠物”歌曲中,Yanofsky录制了Webkinz World歌曲“ I Dream in Pink”的版本。

2011年,一张爵士音乐专辑录制了流行的迪士尼歌曲,名为《每个人都想成为猫:迪士尼爵士》,第1卷收录了Yanofsky演唱的歌曲“ It’s a Small World ”。专辑中的其他爵士歌手包括世界语Spalding,Roy Hargrove,Dave Brubeck,Joshua Redman和Alfredo Rodriguez。

Yanofsky的第二张录音室专辑《Little Secret》于2014年5月在加拿大发行。该专辑由Quincy Jones亲自制作。

在2015年,Yanofsky开始与Wyclef Jean合作发行她的新专辑和EP。她的Solid Gold EP于2016年9月30日在加拿大发行。

2018年8月,妮基·雅诺夫斯基(Nikki Yanofsky)开始在她的Instagram上戏弄即将推出的音乐视频。Nikki Yanofsky已与Herbie Hancock,Will.i.am,Elton John合作,现在与她最喜欢的艺术家和导师Quincy Jones合作。《大嘴巴》于2018年9月14日发行。[8]

2020年7月,Yanofsky将发行她的第四张录音室专辑Turn Down the Sound。

舞台

Yanofsky参加了2006年蒙特利尔国际爵士音乐节,开始了她的职业歌唱生涯。当时只有12场表演,这使她成为有史以来最年轻的表演者。她每年都回来,因为,其中包括在2009年电影节的30周年特别的户外演出,并与L”表演乐团METROPOLITAIN在2011年她的其他加拿大庆典演出包括多伦多(Luminato和市区),渥太华(爵士和蓝调),温哥华,维多利亚,魁北克,埃德蒙顿,萨斯卡通和弗雷德里克顿。她的国际艺术节演出包括两次访问牙买加爵士乐和蓝调音乐节,欧洲几个节日,包括北海爵士音乐节和蒙特勒爵士音乐节,以及银座国际爵士音乐节在日本的歌舞伎座。

2008年2月8日,亚诺夫斯基14岁生日,她与马文·哈姆利施(Marvin Hamlisch)在卡内基音乐厅(Carnegie Hall)展开了多城市之旅。2008年11月,她与埃德蒙顿交响乐团在加拿大进行了首场交响乐团演出,之后又与温哥华交响乐团,埃德蒙顿交响乐团和卡尔加里爱乐乐团一起演唱。

Yanofsky 与Herbie Hancock一起演奏钢琴,在2011年MusiCares年度人物颁奖典礼上演唱了“在晴朗的日子里,你将永远看到的歌” ,以表彰Barbra Streisand。

2013年4月13日,Yanofsky和Stevie Wonder在拉斯维加斯的MGM大花园竞技场演唱了“ 让美好时光滚动 ” 。该活动是为了纪念昆西·琼斯(Quincy Jones)和迈克尔·凯恩(Michael Caine)爵士诞辰80周年。

“小秘密之旅”于2013年6月21日开始,宣传亚诺夫斯基的专辑《小秘密》。

慈善作品

2008年,亚诺夫斯基获得了筹款专业人士协会魁北克分会的“杰出青年慈善奖”。在她的职业生涯中,她帮助当地,国家和国际慈善机构筹集了超过1000万美元的资金。她目前与蒙特利尔儿童医​​院,儿童愿望基金会和MusiCounts有联系。她还把声音借给了oneXone,无处不在的暴力(LOVE)和ORT。

亚诺夫斯基在青年艺术家为海地演唱的肯纳的歌曲“ 威文的旗帜 ”中演唱了独奏曲。这首歌在2010年4月获得了数字下载的铂金认证,并且单曲的所有收益都捐给了慈善机构。

2010年10月,亚诺夫斯基(Yanofsky)被加拿大星光大道(Walk of Fame)授予首个艾伦·斯莱特奖(Allan Slaight Award)。该奖项每年颁发给在音乐,电影,文学,视觉或表演艺术,体育,创新或慈善领域产生积极影响的加拿大年轻人。

2012年6月,Yanofsky 在蒙特利尔的麦吉尔大学创立了Nikki Yanofsky /音频技术奖学金。资金来自她在专业音频设备公司Audio-Technica成立50周年时所获得的酬金。
个人生活

Yanofsky 在蒙特利尔的一个“紧密联系的犹太家庭” 中出生和成长。她的父母是Elyssa(néeRosenthal)和Richard Yanofsky。亚诺夫斯基有两个哥哥,迈克尔和安德鲁。她毕业于蒙特利尔圣乔治学校。

Nicole Rachel “Nikki” Yanofsky (born February 8, 1994) is a jazz-pop singer from Montreal, Quebec. She sang the CTV Olympic broadcast theme song, “I Believe”, which is also theme song of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. She also performed at the opening and closing ceremonies for the Olympics and at the opening ceremony of the 2010 Winter Paralympic Games.

Recordings

Yanofsky recorded the Ella Fitzgerald song “Air Mail Special” for Verve Records and it was released in June 2007 on the album We All Love Ella: Celebrating the First Lady of Song. Produced by Tommy LiPuma, this track made Yanofsky the youngest singer to record for Verve. She then recorded “Gotta Go My Own Way” in English and French for the movie High School Musical 2.

She collaborated with Herbie Hancock and will.i.am on a crossover version of the swing era hit “Stompin’ at the Savoy”. It was released on Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s audio book, On the Shoulders of Giants.

In September 2008, Yanofsky released her first full-length album, a live CD/DVD concert package entitled Ella…Of Thee I Swing. She earned two Juno Award nominations in 2009: New Artist of the Year and Vocal Jazz Album of the Year. She also won Favourite Jazz Artist at the 2009 Canadian Independent Music Awards.

Songwriters Stephan Moccio and Alan Frew chose Yanofsky to sing CTV’s broadcast theme for the 2010 Winter Olympics, “I Believe”, which reached number one on the Canadian Hot 100 on the week of February 27, 2010. This made her the first Canadian artist to have a number one song on that chart. The song was certified “Quadruple Platinum” for digital downloads in April 2010.

In 2010, Yanofsky recorded her first studio album, Nikki, with Phil Ramone. Along with the album-release of “I Believe”, it included some of Yanofsky’s first original works, collaborating with Jesse Harris, Ron Sexsmith and Feist. Nikki was released in April 2010 by Decca Records and was supported by an international tour. It earned a Juno nomination for “Vocal Jazz Album of the Year” and won Yanofsky the WAVE Smooth Jazz Award for “Female Vocalist of the Year”.

For Ganz’s October 2010 Webkinz Pet of the Month song, Yanofsky recorded a version of the Webkinz World song “I Dream in Pink”.

A 2011 jazz recording of popular Disney songs entitled Everybody Wants to Be a Cat: Disney Jazz, Volume 1 included a version of the song “It’s a Small World” sung by Yanofsky. Other jazz artists on the album included Esperanza Spalding, Roy Hargrove, Dave Brubeck, Joshua Redman, and Alfredo Rodriguez.

Yanofsky’s second studio album, Little Secret, was released in Canada in May 2014. The album was executive produced by Quincy Jones.

In 2015 Yanofsky began collaborating with Wyclef Jean on her new album and EP. Her Solid Gold EP was released in Canada on September 30, 2016.

In August 2018, Nikki Yanofsky started teasing on her Instagram for an upcoming music video. Nikki Yanofsky has worked with Herbie Hancock, Will.i.am, Elton John and now working with her favourite artist and mentor Quincy Jones. “Big Mouth” was released on September 14, 2018.

In July 2020, Yanofsky will release her fourth studio album Turn Down the Sound.

Stage

Yanofsky began her professional singing career by performing at the 2006 Montreal International Jazz Festival. Only 12 at the time, this performance made her the youngest performer ever to headline at the festival. She has returned each year since, including a special outdoor performance for the festival’s 30th Anniversary in 2009 and a performance with l’Orchestre Métropolitain in 2011. Her other Canadian festival performances include Toronto (Luminato and Downtown), Ottawa (Jazz and Blues), Vancouver, Victoria, Quebec, Edmonton, Saskatoon, and Fredericton. Her international festival appearances include two visits to The Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival, several European festivals including the North Sea Jazz Festival and the Montreux Jazz Festival as well as the Ginza International Jazz Festival in Japan at Kabuki-za.

On February 8, 2008, Yanofsky’s 14th birthday, she kicked off a multi-city tour with Marvin Hamlisch at Carnegie Hall. In November 2008, she made her Canadian orchestral debut with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, and has gone on to sing with the Vancouver Symphony, the Edmonton Symphony and the Calgary Philharmonic.

With Herbie Hancock on piano, Yanofsky sang “On A Clear Day You Can See Forever” at the 2011 MusiCares Person of the Year awards honouring Barbra Streisand.

On April 13, 2013, Yanofsky and Stevie Wonder sang “Let the Good Times Roll” at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The event honoured the joint 80th birthday celebration of Quincy Jones and Sir Michael Caine.

The Little Secret Tour began on June 21, 2013, promoting Yanofsky’s album, Little Secret.

Charitable works

In 2008, Yanofsky received the Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy award from the Quebec Chapter of The Association of Fundraising Professionals. In the course of her career, she has helped raise over $10 million for local, national and international charities. She is currently associated with The Montreal Children’s Hospital, The Children’s Wish Foundation, and MusiCounts. She has also lent her voice to oneXone, Leave Out Violence Everywhere (L.O.V.E.), and ORT.

Yanofsky sang a solo part in the remake of K’naan’s song “Wavin’ Flag” performed by Young Artists for Haiti. This song was certified platinum for digital downloads in April 2010, and all of the proceeds from the single went to charities.

In October 2010, Yanofsky was awarded the first ever Allan Slaight Award by Canada’s Walk of Fame. This award is presented annually to a young Canadian who is making a positive impact in the fields of music, film, literature, visual or performing arts, sports, innovation or philanthropy.

In June 2012, Yanofsky created the Nikki Yanofsky/Audio-Technica Scholarships at McGill University in Montreal. The funding was derived from an honorarium she had received for her performance at the 50th anniversary of Audio-Technica, a professional audio equipment company.

Personal life

Yanofsky was born and raised in a “close-knit Jewish family” in Montreal. Her parents are Elyssa (née Rosenthal) and Richard Yanofsky. Yanofsky has two older brothers, Michael and Andrew. She graduated from St. George’s School of Montreal.

专辑列表:
2008 – Ella… Of Thee I Swin
2010 – Nikki
2014 – Little Secret
2020 – Turn Down The Sound

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