Lucy Iffla – Jazz Singer

After years of cultivating her craft, she received a Top 10 Nomination for the Wangaratta 2020 National Jazz Awards. Lucy showcases an elegant and timeless voice beyond her years…

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From an early age, Lucy Iffla had a passion for diverse music which led her to completing a Bachelor of Music, specialising in Jazz at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. After years of cultivating her craft, she received a Top 10 Nomination for the Wangaratta 2020 National Jazz Awards. Lucy showcases an elegant and timeless voice beyond her years.

Come and enjoy an evening with “…The liquid-voiced jazz whisperer…” (Australian Stage Magazine – Read full review here) 

Lucy Iffla is currently in her first year at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) completing a Bachelor of Music specialising in Jazz. Over the past few years, as a Vocalist alongside the MLC Jazz Band, in both national and international festivals and competitions, Lucy’s passion for singing and performing flourished. These performances include the 48th Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, Summa Cum Laude Festival in Vienna and the World Choir Games in Latvia, where the Choral and Barbershop were awarded a Silver Medal in 2015.

In 2016, Lucy competed in the Rising Star Quartet Competition and the Pan Pacific Harmony Festival in Auckland, an international convention that draws the world’s best female, barbershop a cappella groups to compete in a fierce worldwide competition. The FilleHarmonics a cappella, placed 6th and 7th in this challenging arena.

Around Perth, Lucy’s performances include, the 2016 Claremont Arts Festival opening for Clare Bowditch, several Abode Jazz Festivals, the 2015 and 2016, Cottesloe Street Festivals and has performed at various local venues and functions, including the 2016 Freshwater Bay Yacht Club Harry Perkin’s Institute fundraiser.

Her persona has been described as charismatic, warm and passionate. She takes inspiration from the soulful sounds of Ella Fitzgerald and the raw tones of Diana Krall.


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