Eleanor Dubinsky is a New York City based vocalist and songwriter. Trained in classical cello, jazz performance and the Roy Hart Vocal Technique, she has been performing and recording in NYC and around the world for over fifteen years. Noted for her "silky, sultry voice" (Peter Johnson KUNC FM 91.5) and international versatility, Eleanor is fluent in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese and can adeptly deliver pop, jazz, folk, soul, French and Latin genres, sing lead and backing vocals, and can assist with melody and harmonic composition, top-lining, voice-overs, lyrics and translations.

Eleanor's songs have been featured on MTV, Lifetime and Animal Planet and ads for American Express. She was voted “Best Up and Coming Francophone Singer in NYC,” by French Culture Guides. Her song “Wait For You” won the Sennheiser recording contest at the 2012 ASCAP EXPO. Eleanor performs regularly in the New York City area at museums, cultural centers and concert halls including the Guggenheim Museum, Joe’s Pub and Rockwood Music Hall. She also works with the non-profit organizations Feel The Music! and Arteamor teaching songwriting and performing for children receiving cancer treatment.