Nadine Chase grew up in Brooklyn, New York. Acknowledged as vocally versatile the reviewers say she "sings jazz standards the way they ought to be sung." Over the years, she has performed with her trio and big band orchestras in many of Boston's finer hotels among them, Nadine has produced shows at The Regattabar, Scullers and Ryles Jazz Club. She has performed at local clubs and restaurants such as The Bay Tower Room, Top of the Hub, The Club Caf鬠Les Zygomates, Bullfinch's, The Acton Jazz Cafe, Limbo and the Beacon Hill Jazz Cafe. Nadine has performed in concert for Music America at the Museum of Our National Heritage. Each year, Nadine and her trio volunteer their talents to Brookline's First Light celebration to help support the arts in Brookline schools. They also play at a major fundraiser for the Fenway Community Health Center. Nadine sings at inaugural celebrations and performs at a special New Year's Day event at the State House. She has been booked in Las Vegas, Italy, Mexico, Japan and China and her CD, "Cut To The Chase" has received airplay in Boston (Nadine was interviewed on WGBH Jazz Radio with Eric Jackson) and Rhode Island.
Nadine is a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, Boston Musicians Local 9-535, and the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists.
She is active in specific groups (i.e., Institute of Noetic Sciences, and the Society for Organizational Learning) about "creativity in business" and assisting individuals to help "find their voice."
Nadine's debut CD, Cut To The Chase placed as an entry in the 2001 Grammy nominations as Best Jazz Vocal Album. It is available on www.amazon.com, www.earbuzz.com, through North Country Distributors or contact Nadine at [email protected]