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Catherine Dupuis

Catherine brings an expressive warmth to her singing, as well as a skilled ability to communicate the emotional content of a lyric. Her unique abilities as a performer are a culmination of her natural talent, as well as her experience and training as an actress and vocalist. While at Indiana University's School of Music (from which she holds a B.S. in both Music and Theatre), she studied with the legendary Eileen Farrell, known not only for her work as one of the great contemporary operatic mezzo-sopranos, but also as one of the foremost interpreters of The Great American Song Book. While at Indiana University, Catherine performed with the highly regarded Singing Hoosiers under the direction of respected music educator Robert Stoll

ARTICLE: TAKE FIVE WITH...

Take Five With Jay Vonada

Read "Take Five With Jay Vonada" reviewed by Jay T. Vonada

Meet Jay Vonada: Trombonist Jay T. Vonada, of Aaronsburg Pennsylvania, had his debut CD, Jammin', released on Tuesday July 22, 2008. His latest CD, Red Pajamas, was released in January of 2012 and features trombone, organ and drums.Vonada attended Mansfield University in the fall of 1993, studying jazz improvisation with Dr. Michael ...

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BuJazzO: That's German for Swinging Big Band Jazz

Read "BuJazzO: That's German for Swinging Big Band Jazz" reviewed by Jack Bowers

On August 8, my friend Wes Pfarner and I drove to Santa Fe for a once-in-a lifetime event: a performance by the German Federal Youth Jazz Orchestra, better known to big band enthusiasts by its more condensed and colorful name, BuJazzO. The twenty-piece ensemble, directed by Jiggs Whigham, an American trombonist and educator from Cleveland, Ohio, ...

The Rules Of The Road

Label: Bearheart Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: The Rules Of The Road; I Have Dreamed; Beginnings; Someone At Last; Wonder Why; I Remember; I've Never Been In Love Before; When He's Near My Piano; The Best Is Yet To Come; You're Everything; Who Will Buy; You Are All The World To Me; Lonesome Road.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Catherine Dupuis: The Rules Of The Road

Read "The Rules Of The Road" reviewed by Suzanne Lorge

Catherine Dupuis's latest album, Rules Of The Road, displays a vibrant collaboration between Dupuis and pianist/arranger/composer Russ Kassoff. The title cut refers to the Cy Coleman tune recorded by the late Rosemary Clooney (henceforth spoken of in the first person for her lingering influence on the so-called “girl singers ). Dupuis and Clooney do different things ...

The Rules of The Road

Label: Bearheart Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: The Rules of the Road, I Have Dreamed, Beginnings, Someone At Last, Wonder Why, I Remember, I've Never Been In Love Before, When He's Near My Piano, The Best Is Yet To Come, You're Everything, Who Will Buy, You Are All The World To Me, Lonesome Road.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Catherine Dupuis: The Rules of The Road

Read "The Rules of The Road" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

On her third album, New York-based jazz/cabaret singer Catherine Dupuis continues to provide a well-balanced set through the use of prime time jazz musicians like Marvin Stamm, Ted Nash, and Bucky Pizzarelli. The album was arranged by her pianist, Russ Kassoff. The Rules Of The Road gets off to a fine start with a ...

moments

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2001

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Catherine Dupuis: Moments

Read "Moments" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Having made some unflattering remarks about Catherine Dupuis’ debut album ( I Hear Music, jbQ Records), I’m happy to report that her second one is much better. She’s not quite there yet, but one can almost visualize the learning curve bending upward as she comes to grips with the substance of a lyric and prudently shapes ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Catherine Dupuis: Moments

Read "Moments" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Working mostly in a trio scenario, Catherine Dupuis' second album offers a wide-ranging play list, mostly standards, spiked with a couple of originals, a folk tune, and apiece by Sting. Like her first album, top rank pianist Bill Mays is the principal accompanist and is responsible for all but one of the fresh arrangements. Dupuis has ...


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