Austria: Renowned American pop singer Linday Kirlay with large collection of musical numbers to her credit now on the board of Asian Academy of Film And Television confirmed Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios during his meeting with Linday at Austria.
Hungarian vocalist Linda Király is a well-known performer with a bent toward pop and R&B. The daughter of musicians Tamas, Linda Kiraly grew up performing music and by her early teens was attending the BOCES cultural art Centre.
Király enrolled in the Liszt Ference Academy of Music, where she studied opera with singer Erzsébet Komlóssy. Also while at school, Király performed with a funk and R&B band in local clubs and was eventually chosen to record the theme to the popular Hungarian film Szerelem Utolsó Vérig. The song was a hit and brought Király to the public’s attention.
In 2003, Király released her debut album and that same year won the role of Christine in Andrew Lloyd Webbber’s Phantom of the Opera. Király’s success found her working in London and ultimately returning to the United States, where she began work on many pop albums with best of the music directors and other renowned American singers.