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Marielle de Rocca-Serra

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Marielle de Rocca-Serra is a violinist, vocalist and actor born in France in the early eighties. After completing her classical education in conservatory programs in Nice, Paris and Rotterdam, she joined the hot jazz community in Paris where she learned the specific genre, enriched by her classical-infused sound and technique. In 2006 she moved to Chicago, where she became funding member of the gypsy jazz band "lePercolateur" alongside Sam Random and Stacy McMichael. She soon started to perform with other jazz bands in the city (Alfonso Ponticelli and Swing Gitan, Paul Marinaro, Paris La Nuit) at mythical clubs like the Green Mill, Katerina's, or the Jazz Showcase among others. She also regularly performed in NYC with Spiros Exaras, the Carte Blanche ensemble and the Avalon Jazz Band. As an actor, she stars in films like "American Slice" by Boris Wexler, "Viva La Libertà" by Roberto Ando, and performs the part of Alice Liddle on stage with the Chicago Opera Vanguard in the American Premiere of "Boojum: Truth, Lies and Lewis Caroll". In 2013, she moves to Paris where she funds "The Swing Factory", a vintage Hot Jazz Band alongside Romain Constant

Album

Expectation & Experience

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
Track listing: Expectation; J.C. Jones; Empty Shelf; Quiet House; The Great Divide; Feeling Remote; Breathe; A Change of Climate; Alternative Facts; Every Day Is Monday; No Peace Without Justice; The Show Can’t Go On; Empty Stage; Six Hundred; Lockdown; The New Abnormal; Experience.


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