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Vienna Teng’s 3rd record, but her first on her new label, Zoe.
Rounder Records, Dreaming Through The Noise, will be released July 25th, 2006.
As attractive as Teng's approach is, it can grow a bit precious on songs like "I Don't Feel So Well," which gives the impression of Tori Amos-lite.
There's also a tendency, thanks to the soft arrangements and production, for the material to meld together as though the songs were mini-suites inside a bigger work.
Along with earning dual graduate degrees at the University of Michigan, one from the School of Business and one from the School of Natural Resources and the Environment, she has found time to perform on Late Night with David Letterman and NPR’s Weekend Edition, co-write a musical, open concerts for Joan Baez, Shawn Colvin, and India.
This may have proven to be a blessing in disguise, as her follow-up disc, Warm Strangers, displays the confidence of a burgeoning artist who had gotten her feet wet and has now plunged headlong into a pool of sparkling songs.
She took her stage name “Vienna” from the Austrian city famous for its musical history, and “Teng” from the surname of famous Taiwanese singer Teresa Teng.
Teng’s musical style incorporates folk, pop, classical piano, and a cappella influences.
Helmed by Broadway director Matt August, the production sold out its entire run, and critics hailed “The Fourth Messenger” as (Stage and Cinema).
Vienna Teng sings beautifully, plays the piano impeccably, and performs her own original songs with a style and grace that just may leave you breathless.