Vienne: She Breaks

Watch the new video "She breaks" by Vienne featuring Kathryn McCormick against modern day slavery

Date issued: 09 October 2012 | Size/duration: 00:04:32

About Vienne

Jonathan Korszyk, aka Vienne

Jonathan Korszyk, aka Vienne, has crafted a musical style that audiences on a global level are responding to. Born and raised in Southern California, his strong-rooted music career and strength behind a piano stems from musical influences like The Beatles, Queen, Phil Collins, Stevie Wonder, Peter Gabriel, Aqualung, and Keane. Songs on the Vienne EP has found appearances on shows like Gossip Girl, Chuck, Hollywood Heights, The T.O. Show, and Teen Mom.

Jonathan has also teamed up with dancer and actress, Kathryn McCormick (SYTYCD, Step Up Revolution), to help bring attention to the issue of human trafficking: a cause close to his heart. Jonathan's song, She Breaks, was written in response to his hearing a young girl's first-hand experience as a slave. The music video for She Breaks, directed by Renato Braga and starring McCormick, is a direct effort to bring attention to, alleviate, and prevent the traumas inflicted by human trafficking.

You can follow Vienne on Facebook, Twitter, and his official site

About Kathryn McCormick

Kathryn McCormick

Originally from Augusta, GA., Kathryn transitioned into the professional dance industry at the age of 18, after landing a dance role in the Remake of Fame. In 2009, Kathryn was selected to be a contestant on Fox's Hit TV Show, "So You Think You Can Dance" where she received third place and top girl of the season. She was later asked back as an "AllStar" in seasons 7, 8, and 9. Since then, she has been a performing constantly in all areas of the industry through projects such as the 82nd annual academy awards and music videos for Christina Perri's "Jar of Hearts" and Timbaland's "Hands in the Air".

In 2010, she started her year off by sharing her time with "The Revolve Tour" where she was a motivational speaker for teenage girls around the country. Soon after she landed the lead role in Step Up Revolution. Kathryn is thrilled to join the ILO through her artistry in bringing awareness to such a devastating issue as Human Trafficking.