Eliana Colachis Glass is a singer, pianist, and visual artist born in Australia and raised in Seattle. She is a graduate of the jazz program at The New School where she studied with such mentors as Andrew Cyrille, Ben Street, Kris Davis, and Jay Clayton. She also holds a degree in Visual Studies and Writing and works freely across multiple mediums. In recent years she has been recording her first solo album and developing a visual art project about the human voice, exploring the conception of voice as a material object and site of artistic meaning. In addition to her own creative projects, Eliana has lent her support to such musicians as Adam O’Farrill, June McDoom, Francis Harris and Chantal Michelle amongst others. Joining her on May 7th at BAM Café will be Walter Stinson and Michael Gebhart for a performance of free and open ballads.