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Enthusiastic and meticulous in her choice of performance material...
Victoria's photography from her 2009 trip to Bangkok, Thailand will be featured on the Hudson Park Library website from New York until April 30, 2023.
In the year 2009, I was contacted by a friend of mine who also happens to be a jazz singer performer who was in need of a vacation; she offered me the possibility to sit in for her at the World-Famous Bamboo Bar, a jazz club at the Mandarin Hotel, in Bangkok, Thailand. I set the wheels in motion. I found myself on a plane heading toward my destination. The journey from Jacksonville, Florida, to New York City, LA, then over the Pacific Ocean on my new adventure to another world was incredible and exciting.
Thursday, September 22, 2022
You are invited to listen to Victoria Horne’s songs recorded live on her CD “Free to Fly”. Victoria will be on the radio Radio Cultura Fm 96.9 Mhz in Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina this Tuesday evening. 9PM Argentina – 8PM New York – 1AM London
Be sure to check it out online.
11.00 PM – London
Check out John Blenkinsopp’s video of Victoria performing at the Tennessee Williams Theater, Key West FL on March 13th, 2022. She performed with the Paradise Big Band at the Legacy Concert II. It was an amazing event!
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Victoria’s imaginative staging concepts are fresh, fascinating and specifically designed for each show and performance venue. Victoria’s appearance on stage is sensational, costumes are classy, exotic, and professional.
A little more about Victoria…
Born and raised in Harlem, New York, Victoria was exposed to music and the vocal styles of Billy Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, and Dinah Washington as a child, due to her Mother, Edith Dorothy Horne, a vocalist whose influence and passion for music had a direct impact on her daughter. Although a native New Yorker Victoria’s career and performances developed throughout Europe and Japan. Learning to sing in French, Italian, German, and Japanese was a necessary and difficult task, and planning to return to the USA was always the main goal. The work overseas kept her busy and eventually, Victoria made her home in France.
Working as a primary and respected entertainer on European luxury cruise liners, allowed Victoria to explore many facets of her music, and travel extensively at the same time. A consummate collector of antiques, paintings, music, and all things beautiful, Victoria has a unique view of the world as a very small place where all people are connected through their cultures.
Victoria’s outstanding vocal capabilities are not limited to one genre; being excellently trained allows her the freedom to be versatile. Performing in New York City, the ability to sing various styles was paramount.
As performance challenges arose she met them head on, leading to various opportunities and fueling her passion for music. Although preferring to perform with a band… requests for solo performances led Victoria to design her one woman show case using music tracks and visual effects.