Feb 16–18, 2019

Isabel Fryszberg

Isabel Fryszberg

Dec 9, 2015

Isabel Fryszberg

Isabel Fryszberg

Isabel Fryszberg in the last year has won audiences, gained strong reviews and radio play from her debut album Hearts and Arrows. “Her tunes are like diner menus.” John Aspice, No Depression. She will be joined with the sublime Tony Quarrington at Winterfolk.

  • Winner of Newmarket Arts Council Songwriting Contest for song Something Sacred from 2014 debut album Hearts and Arrows by Isabel and the Uncommons.    
  • Her jazz song “New Moon,” was chosen to be part of a city initiative, Toronto 311, playlist which brings local artists to the 311 phone system..     
  • Will be releasing new album in March 2016 in collaboration with the members of the Creative Works Studio, a St. Michael’s Hospital art based program.     
Isabel Fryszberg won audiences last year with her band Isabel and the Uncommons at Winterfolk and returns back as a duo with the uncommonly good Tony Quarrington. Together they perform songs from her debut album Heart’s and Arrows plus some more tasteful surprises. “If you came for the voice and the heartbreak, Isabel delivers the goods with an uncommon authenticity.” Her album has garnered glowing reviews in music publications such as Cashbox Canada, Canadian Music Week, and No Depression. “This is a new line of soul food, a variety on a plate as traditional as corn and peas in butter with some spinach and string beans on the side” John Aspice, No Depression. Isabel Fryszberg was recently awarded a community arts grant from the Ontario Arts Council to record original songs with Don Kerr in collaboration with the members of the Creative Works Studio. Isabel founded Creative Works Studio in Toronto to help people with mental health and addiction issues find creative self expression through music and visual arts.
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