Stuff at night

By LLOYD SCHWARTZ  |  April 29, 2010

And good to have Julia and the Zerounian Ensemble back at Harvard Square’s Regattabar. Julia Zerounian is an old-fashioned nightclub chanteuse with glamour, style, and a real voice — warm and inviting. Singing in English, French, Italian, Armenian, Russian, Persian, and Yiddish, she had the audience eating out of her hand and, invited or not, singing along with her. From the piano, her husband, Sarkis Zerounian, elegantly led the stylish jazz combo with violin.

Editor's Note: In a previous version of this article Julia Zerounian was incorrectly identified as Julia Zarounian. The correction has been made above.

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