SOURCE: Singer Elizabeth Tryon

Singer Elizabeth Tryon

February 03, 2015 07:00 ET

Elizabeth Tryon Announces Website Re-Launch and Her Latest Music Video "Hot Stuff"

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Feb 3, 2015) - Elizabeth Tryon announced the re-launch of her website and the release of her highly anticipated video, a comedic remake of Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff" on YouTube: Artist Elizabeth Tryon has made a significant impact on the increasingly popular genre of classical crossover. The Washington Post states "As a genre, classical crossover, as defined by the Billboard chart, is pretty treacly stuff: the tenor Andrea Bocelli, chanting monks, the cellist Yo-Yo Ma airing his lighter side, the latest film soundtrack, or Katherine Jenkins, the latest pop-soprano star import from Britain."

Incorporating and infusing elements of pop, classical and opera, Elizabeth Tryon has created a huge name and following of her own. This niche market of the crossover genre has exploded over the past five years, reaching a demographic of teenagers to 60 year olds. "Lindsey Stirling, a classical artist whose music appears on Billboard's dance charts, is an excellent example of the versatility and far-reaching appeal of the classical crossover genre," states Elizabeth Tryon.

Elizabeth grew up in New York singing and writing pop songs. Then when she was nine years old, her school music teacher told her she had the voice of an opera singer. As a classical singer, Elizabeth has performed leading roles in operas in the US and Europe, solo at Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater in NYC, solo on the PBS television show That's Classic, which also featured opera star Deborah Voigt and Robert Klein, as finalist in an international music competition sponsored by WQXR radio, and in many other concert venues. 

Elizabeth is currently signed with Centaur Records, distributed by Naxos for her album entitled, "A Lovely Light" which will be released in March of 2015. She also has a record of twelve original songs for which she is currently in discussion with other labels for release later in the year. 

Kathy Millar from radio station WHUD says, "All I can say is WOW!!!! Elizabeth's album moves effortlessly between genres and has something for everyone. Her voice is amazing, interesting, and captivating. This is great stuff!"

Black Tie Magazine states, "Elizabeth Tryon is a magical talent to be treasured . . . someone we'll be hearing a lot more from in the future."

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