PERFORMER

Orith, aka, Lady O is a natural performer and entertainer who loves to bring people together. Should you wish to create a lively and harmonious ambience at your winery, special event, club or festival, she’s your gal. Her musical style is groovy, jazzy pop. The compositions and arrangements she writes are catchy, heartfelt and thoughtful. Her spin on and choice of jazz, blues and latin standards is refreshing and dynamic. She’s a deeply personable team player and happy to work with you in order to craft the perfect event. Available as a duet, trio or larger ensemble.

Orith’s most current project is with the talented and charming guitar player Leon Nagasaki.. They both moved to the Cowichan Valley a few years ago and have joined forces to create a charismatic duet. The musically compatible pair are available for hire on Vancouver island. They are in the process of recording original material which they are very excited to share soon, stay tuned!

Educator

Orith specializes is voice, upright and electric bass. She also offers instruction on piano, ukulele and composition. She has studied with the finest educators at both the Vancouver Community College and at Capilano University were she completed a Degree in Jazz Music in 2007. For 15 years Orith has cultivated extensive performance experience leading her own group as well as supporting other musicians. She currently provides private music instruction at both Brentwood College School and Shawnigan Lake School in the Cowichan Valley. If you’re interested in lessons, please contact orith@ladyomusic.com.

Children Programs

In 2011 she founded a business called Jump into Music offering group music classes to families with young children 6 months to 4 years old in Vancouver and Vancouver Island. This one-of-a-kind music and movement program engages, educates and entertains both parent and child on a musical journey around the world. It stimulates mind body connection through diverse activities, creating a well-rounded experience! A great way for families to bond, gaining exposure to musical rudiments and cultures.

First class is on the house, contact www.jumpintomusic.ca for schedule information click here. Check out this recent article from People. The royals may be coming to a Jump into music class, scroll down to number 10.