Elizabeth & The Catapult
Following in the vein of artists such as Regina Spektor and Ingrid Michelson, Elizabeth Ziman offers up her own brand of dreamy pop/folk in her musical project Elizabeth & The Catapult.
The Brooklyn based songstress has released three studio albums and has toured alongside acts such as Sara Bareilles and Kishi Bashi. She has remained active recording with other artists and helping score the soundtrack for Peabody award winning documentary Trapped (2016).
Her unique style caught the attention of Anne Hathaway, with her track “Thank You for Nothing” serving as inspiration for Hathaway’s Academy Award winning performance in Les Miserables (2012). Ziman was then featured by Hathaway in her New York based musical indie feature Song One (2015).
Coming to LPR June 28th she will be performing tracks off her new album Keepsake, due out this Fall, alongside The Britpop Choir and Brooklynite Choir.
The Britpop and Brooklynite Choirs were founded by the Urban Choir Project and aim to bring together community members in Brooklyn through the performance of contemporary and popular songs. The ensembles are open and composed of a mix of professional singers and beginners.The Urban Choir Project also offers classes and workshops for singers of all levels.