Nancy Harms & Jeremy Siskind Trio
In a relatively short time, Nancy Harms has distinguished herself as one of the most uniquely gifted young jazz vocalists on the East Coast.
Nancy's dedication to jazz is complete. She is abundantly gifted, and her interpretations reveal her to be a fine actor as well, as she possesses a natural ability to movingly express the meaning of any song. A gifted jazz specialist and an intuitively brilliant interpretive artist. She engages the listener by seeming to put her whole soul completely forward after hearing her just once, you'll never want to let her go.
Will Friedwald, THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
A truly special voice and style Harms is an original. She could and should go a long way. Bob Protzman, DOWNBEAT MAGAZINE
A truly unique artist with an incredibly compelling voice. She is totally updating and reinventing the jazz standards repertoire!
Niels Lan Doky, internationally-acclaimed pianist and co-founder and music director of The Standard Copenhagen
In this show, Nancy lends her luxuriant touch to the interpretation of a number of Ellington anthems and rarities, specially selected by Nancy and arranged for this concert by brilliant pianist/composer (and frequent Harms collaborator) Jeremy Siskind, who accompanies Nancy with his trio. I Got It Bad And That Aint Good, Prelude To A Kiss, Rocks In My Bed, and Strange Feeling are just a few of the songs to be presented by Nancy and company on this very special night.
Ellington At Night Created by Nancy Harms and Arne Fogel with musical direction by Jeremy Siskind.
The Sound Room (View)
Oakland, CA 94612
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|