How well do you know yourself? Are you sensitive to your synapses, fond of your feelings? Have you ever attempted an extended, a profoundly personal journey - to discover the inner YOU?! Russian-born pianist Svetlana Marinchenkohas has through her music composed and performed with the utmost grace, dexterity and style, "Letters to My Little Girl" is a remarkably courageous expedition and constructive expression of such a journey. "Letters to My Little Girl", with it's well-placed, sensitive and innovative vocal contributions from Mongolian-born Enji Erkhembayar (Billy Hart, Johannes Enders, Paul Kirby)and Swiss-born Fiona Grond (worked/studied with Sheila Jordan, New York Voices) is impressively aided by the influence of distinctive (studio-induced, but always 'musical') effects produced by Mattheus von Schlippe. We are also treated to an elevated level of musicianship provided by virtuosi Israeli-born Ofri Nehemya (Avishai Cohen, Shai Maestro)on drums and Slovakian-born Peter Cudek (tutored by Ron Carter) on bass. Svetlana: "The album is a reflection of my inner personal development. Each composition is a story, a statement, a step. The album is dedicated to my inner child and it's full of love, support and hope." The emotional discovery and emotional acceptance of the truth in the unique history of our childhood can be of impactful significance to emotional stability and well-being in our adulthood. Built on a thrillingly diverse, multi-cultural background, Letters to My Little Girloffers us a musical roadmap to the centre of a solo soul. Welcome aboard!