Cajita de historias

Jueves 26 de abril, 19:30hs.
Espacio Felisberto Hernández / Sala Zitarrosa
18 de Julio 1012, Montevideo

Un proyecto musical con elementos de jazz y música latinoamericana. Un repertorio de piezas que provienen del jazz estadounidense, del folclor y fusión de América del Sur y originales, cantadas en español, inglés y portugués. Se tocarán -entre otras- composiciones de John Coltrane, Theo Bleckmann, Abel Meeropol, Victor Jara, Egberto Gismonti, y Hermeto Pascoal.

Sabrina Lastman – voz, composiciones
Marcos Expósito – contrabajo
Invitado especial: Pablo Somma – flautas

Entradas $300
En venta en webs de Tickantel, BROU, BBVA, Santander, Banque Heritage, Red Pagos, Abitab, Tienda Inglesa y en Sala Zitarrosa.

Duo Lab Series


Sabrina 14

Friday, December 2, 2016 @ 7:30pm
Sabrina Lastman (voice & songs)
Tim Daisy (drums & percussions)

Fountain Gallery
330 Main St, Downtown Lafayette, IN 47901
Tickets: $12

The collaboration will be with Chicago-based drummer, percussionist and composer Tim Daisy, who works in the fields of improvised and composed music. They will be playing Sabrina’s compositions -influenced by contemporary jazz, Spanish and Latin American music- as well as music by Theo Bleckmann, and jazz standards in a more experimental way.



Friday, January 27, 2017 @ 7:30pm
Sabrina Lastman (voice & songs)
Jamie Newman (keyboard, melodica & electronic drum)
Fountain Gallery
330 Main St, Downtown Lafayette, IN 47901
Tickets: $12

This concert will be a collaboration with pianist Jamie Newman. They will be playing Sabrina’s compositions -influenced by contemporary jazz and Latin American music with African and indigenous roots- as well as music by Silvia Segundo (Uruguay), Victor Jara (Chile) and Simon Diaz (Venezuela).


Brazilian Kaleidoscope

Joe's Pub

Friday, September 30, 2016 – 7PM
Friday Night Live @
Art Museum of Greater Lafayette
102 S 10th St Lafayette, IN 47905

Sabrina Lastman (voice)
Jamie Newman (keyboard)
Scott Pazera (double bass)
Art Reiner (drums & percussion)

Brazilian music by great composers such as Antonio Carlos Jobim, Caetano Veloso, Hermeto Pascoal, Chico Buarque, Egberto Gismonti, and Heitor Villa-Lobos.

At the Old Town School of Folk Music in Chicago

Old Town School

SABRINA LASTMAN PROJECT | Wed. 12/2 @ 8:30pm
Old Town School of Music, Chicago, IL.
4544 N Lincoln Ave · Gary and Laura Maurer Concert Hall

Happy to be playing again with excellent musician and Grammy Award Nominated Emilio Solla on piano!!, with Juan Pastor on drums/percussion, and Josh Ramos on double bass.

Reserve your tickets!

Sabrina Lastman Quintet

Museo del Barrio

Friday, March 6, 8pm
Sabrina Lastman Quintet
Carnahan Hall
800 Main St., Lafayette, IN

Musicians:                                                                                                                                   Jamie Newman (keyboard)                                                                                                               Lynn Colwell (double bass)                                                                                                        Arthur Reiner (drums)                                                                                                                     Mo Trout (trumpet)

Sabrina Lastman Quartet | Haan Mansion Museum of Indiana Art | Saturday, September 6 @ 7pm

Museo del Barrio

The Haan Mansion Museum of Indiana Art, and the Latino Cultural Center (LCC) of Purdue University present the Sabrina Lastman Quartet on Saturday, September 6 at 7 pm. To purchase tickets go to (Special Events,) or at the Tippecanoe Arts Federation’s office (TAF) located at 638 North St, Lafayette, IN 47901, tel. (765) 423-2787. Tickets are $15. The Haan Museum is located at 920 E State St. in Lafayette.

Sabrina Lastman Quartet
Sabrina Lastman (voice & songs)
Jamie Newman (keyboard)
Lynn Colwell (double bass)
Art Reiner (drums & percussion)

Saturday, September 6, 2014, 7PM
Haan Mansion Museum | 920 E State Street, Lafayette
General Admission: $15
Buy tickets at: or at
Tippecanoe Arts Federation’s office (TAF) | 638 North St, Lafayette, IN 47901

Friday, November 8, 2013 | 9:30 PM @ METROPOLITAN ROOM


This will be a celebration concert, the entrance to a new decade. Yes, we do get older, and hopefully wiser!! Looking forward to celebrating my 40th. birthday with you all!!

Sabrina Lastman – voice & songs
Emilio Solla – piano & arrangements
Edward Perez – double bass
Meg Okura – violin
David Silliman – drums & percussions

Very Special Guest:
Fernando Otero (piano, Grammy Award Winner)

Friday, November 8, 2013 | 9:30 PM
Metropolitan Room
34 West 22 Street, New York, NY 10010
(212) 206-0440
Tickets $20 + 2 Beverage Minimum

“Proud to be part of PAMAR’s 8th Annual Latin American Cultural Week in NYC”

SoCorpo CD Release Concert


Tuesday, April 23, 7:30pm
SoCorpo – Inelement Cd Release
Le Poisson Rouge Gallery
158 Bleecker St., NY

SoCorpo will perform the new Inelement CD, plus selections from their previous album, On Becoming. Inelement (Ears Wide Open Records) draws inspiration and influences from the ancient world’s five elements from various cultures: Fire, Water, Air, Earth & Void. It is an ode to the natural world and to the essences that enliven our bodies and lives. This composed and improvised work is for two voices, live and looped. Instrumentally, the work features the mbira array & two zithers, the bowed psaltery and autoharp which are played acoustically and processed, through plucking, bowing, striking and strumming.

“Inelement” is available now on CD Baby.

The Candombe Jazz Sessions (ZOHO Music, 2012)

The Candombe Jazz Sessions

The Candombe Jazz Sessions (ZOHO Music, 2012) with the Sabrina Lastman Quartet

Sabrina Lastman Quartet are: Sabrina Lastman (voice/songs), Emilio Solla (piano/arrangements), Pablo Aslan (double bass), David Silliman (drums/percussions).

Special guests: Alexander Norris (trumpet), Meg Okura (violin), Dave Eggar (cello), Ernesto Villa-Lobos (violin), Daphna Mor (recorders), Arturo Prendez (Candombe drum piano), Manuel Silva (Candombe drum repique) and Fabricio Teodoro (Candombe drum chico).

Listen to “Axis” from The Candombe Jazz Sessions:


Listen in Spotify:

Buy the album

The Candombe Jazz Sessions reflects Sabrina Lastman gift of storytelling. It does not matter if it is an improvised wordless tale, a poetic interpretation sung in Spanish or Portuguese, or her thoughts put to music. It is always a vivid story, full of passionate dramatic nuances, elegance and charm and with a touch of irony.” -Eyal Hareuveni, All About Jazz

A very unusual recording is found in The Candombe Jazz Sessions. Featuring vocalist extraordinaire Sabrina Lastman, The Candombe Jazz Session is a mixture of various musical styles. But mainly it is Sabrina Lastman’s story and she spins quite a tale with vocals like that… Lastman possesses a very exclusive vocal style. The 10 tracks on The Candombe Jazz Sessions validate this.” -Birmingham Times

“There seems to be at least one cd in my mailbox each week that features yet another female jazz singer. Some have stellar back-up bands or top quality arrangers. Few leave lasting impressions… Uruguayan born singer/composer Sabrina Lastman possesses an exceptional voice and a fearless sense of daring. The combination is a compelling amalgam that is on showcase on her latest release The Candombe Jazz Sessions.” -Ralph A. Miriello

Tasty throughout, this session is an oasis that’s no mirage.  Off the beaten track and well worth the trip.” -Chris Spector, Midwest Records

“She closes with an a cappella reading of “Cilada Verbal,” a poem by de Sant’Anna which displays her alluring charm and mystique. Similar, but unlike anything you’re used to.” -Jeorge W. Harris,  Jazz Weekly


An Encounter with “El Duende”

An Encounter with “El Duende” @ Performing Arts Marathon (PAM 2012)
A Multidisciplinary Music Performance for voice, movement, sound, bowed psaltery, megaphone and visuals.

Federico Garcia Lorca’s eerily passionate world comes to life through a re-imagination of his written, visual, and musical artistry.

Music & Sound by Sabrina Lastman

Friday, July 27, 2012 at 7:00pm
Wednesday, August 1, 2012 at 7:00pm

Baruch Performing Arts
55 Lexington Ave. Entrance on 25th St bet. Lexington & 3rd Aves
IATI Theater

Ticket Prices: 
Buy your tickets before June 30, 2012 & receive over 40% off regular price: Adults $20 – Early Bird Tickets
Regular $35 (Everyone pays $35 at the door)
Avoid box office lines &/or sellouts – buy your tickets online and SAVE! Regular $30.00
Students / Seniors $28


Sabrina Lastman Trio  will be playing on Monday, December 12 with two New York great musicians: Fernando Otero (pianist/ Grammy Award Winner) and Pablo Aslan (double bass/ Grammy Nominated) at Bar Next Door.

The Trio we’ll be presenting songs from the album “The Folds of the Soul“, the up coming album “The Candombe Jazz Series” (ZOHO Music, March 2012) and a couple of new tunes.

Sabrina Lastman Trio
Sabrina Lastman – voice/ songs
Fernando Otero – keyboard
Pablo Aslan – double bass

Monday, December 12, 2011 | 2 sets 8:30 & 10:30 PM
Bar Next Door | 129 MacDougal St, New York, NY 10012

General Admission – $12 + 2 drink minimum
Reservations @ 212 529 5945. It is highly recommended to reserve a table for any of the two sets. BND is an intimate 28 seat room

Join us for the last concert of 2011!!



Artists include Iva Bittova; Toby Twining Music; Judith Berkson; Dafna Naphtali; Gelsey Bell w/ Paul Pinto; and Sasha Bogdanowitsch & Sabrina Lastman

VITAL VOX: A VOCAL FESTIVAL explores the myriad power of the human voice in its solo and ensemble forms across a multitude of genres. The 3rd Annual festival will take place on November 5 and 6 at 8pm, at the brand new Roulette, 509 Atlantic Avenues in Brooklyn, NY (2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, G, D, M, N, R, B & Q trains and the LIRR). Tickets are $15 ($10 Students/Seniors/Members) and can be purchased at or by calling 917-267-0363. VITAL VOX ( celebrates composer-performers in the vocal arts who stretch and expand the voice in new and original ways, continuing a strong contemporary tradition developed in the United States.

The November 5, 2011 program (Voice + Keys) includes ‘Vor an Sicht’ by Judith Berkson; ‘Scaling’ performed by Gelsey Bell and Paul Pinto; ‘{kaleid-o-phone}’ performed by Dafna Naphtali.

• The November 6, 2011 program (Voice + Strings) includes ‘Wood in the Wind’ performed by Iva Bittova; Toby Twining Music (Toby Twining & Malina Rauschenfels); SoCorpo (Sasha Bogdanowitsch & Sabrina Lastman)

For more information and tickets reservation visit and


A very special 2-day double bill of multi-media music engagement with performances of Contemporary Jazz & Avant-Folk

Sounding Word includes two original performances:

River of Painted Birds by Sabrina Lastman &
Present, Past and Future Sees by Sasha Bogdanowitsch.

Saturday, July 30, 10 pm
Sunday, July 31, 3 pm
Performing Arts Marathon (PAM)
Baruch College, Nagelberg Theatre
55 Lexington Ave., NY
For tickets reservation call (866) 811 4111 or buy on line at



Israel Tour | April 2011

Check the dates for the tour with Fernando Otero:

Monday, April 11, 6:15 pm
Dialogues of Silence
Bronfman Hall, The Hebrew University
Jerusalem, Israel
Free entrance

Tuesday, April 12, 8:30 pm
Dialogues of Silence &
Free Improvisation w/ Ido Bukelman (guitar) & Ran Livneh (double bass)
6 Shirizly St. Nachlaot
Jerusalem, Israel
Free entrance

Thursday, April 21, 9:30 pm
Duo with Fernando Otero (piano)
Elemento Design Gallery
15 Hazorfim St., Old Jaffa
Tel-Aviv, Israel

Friday, April 22, 1 pm
Duo with Fernando Otero (piano)
“Jazz in the Boulevard”
Ben Gurion Bv. bet. Dizengoff & Ben-Yehuda
Tel Aviv, Israel

Friday, April 22, 10 pm
Duo with Fernando Otero (piano)
Milestone Jazz Club
Gan Shmuel 38810

Saturday, April 23,  9 pm
Duo with Fernando Otero (piano)
Cinematheque Jerusalem
Derech Chevron 11
Jerusalem, Israel

Monday, April 25, 8:30 pm
Duo with Fernando Otero (piano)
Shablul Jazz
HaAngar 13, Tel Aviv Port
Tel Aviv, Israel

Wednesday, April 27, 4 pm
Jerusalem Conservatory Hassadna
22 Emek Rephaim St.
Jerusalem, Israel