Singer/composer/lyricist/producer/arranger Susan Tobocman has been making a name for herself among audiences
and musicians alike on both the New York city and Detroit jazz scenes for a number of years. Whether leading her
own gigs at Zinc Bar (where she was the original artist-in-residence), Cornelia Street Cafe, Flatiron Room, Fine &
Rare, Symphony Space, Highline Ballroom, Smalls, The Bitter End, Birdland, Cliff Bell's, The Blue Llama, Steinway
Jazz Gallery, Smoke, 55 Bar, or Cleopatra's Needle (among others) — or as the guest of such luminaries as Barry
Harris, Al Foster, or the late Doc Cheatham — Susan is equally comfortable working as a leader and/or sideman.
Susan’s extensive repertoire of standards — from the familiar to the obscure — is distinctly enhanced by her
inventive arrangements In addition to her original compositions, some of which are strictly instrumental