Linda's production company, Bank Street Motion Pictures, has many projects in various states of development. She produced and directed the upcoming independent short comedy "The Fall of Communism Part I"  which wrapped in August, 2002. The trailer is online here.

 

 


Linda's CD, released on New York City based ribico records label, is now available at CDBABY.COM. Already it has been receiving airplay on New York radio WOR's Joe Franklin show. 

mp3 samples:

The Joint Is Really Jumpin' (Down At Carnegie Hall)
Anyone Who Had A heart
They Can't Take That Away From Me
The Sunny Side of the Street

Jazz Improv Magazine (pg 69) acclaims Linda's CD in their December, 2006 review:

Bianchi is genuine. Her interpretations are the real deal. Light and carefree, she sings with a polished charm. The albumís four tracks serve as an introduction to her lovely voice and technique. With only piano alongside, she leaves us plenty of room to absorb the nuances of her performance. Seamless phrasing, studied breath control, pitch accuracy and a conversational eloquence make the difference.


Linda is proud to have been selected to perform in Only Make Believe. OMB is a program that brings a multi-racial, bi-lingual ensemble of actors, all trained in educational theatre, to children confined by illnesses and disabilities. The actors spark the children's imaginations, assisting them to create adventures beyond the walls of the hospitals.

Contact Only Make Believe for further information. The gala fundraiser in fall, 2002 hosted by Sir Ian McKellen was a smashing success.

 


You might have missed Linda as Anne Archer's photo double in the feature The Art of War (hint: at the very end before Anne/Linda gets it!)

Also look for Linda as a research librarian in The Manchurian Candidate (also starring Denzel Washington) and various roles on the hit series Law and Order ("the court stenographer", "the bank manager").