Tatiana Eva-Marie sings Django’s Caravan
June 10 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
One event on June 9, 2022 at 8:15 pm
One event on June 10, 2022 at 6:00 pm
One event on June 10, 2022 at 8:15 pm
Brooklyn-based French Jazz vocalist best known for her work with the Avalon Jazz Band, Tatiana Eva-Marie and her quartet honors the legacy of Gypsy legend Django Reinhardt in a special JAZZ ROOM weekend that will take you on a vintage musical journey back to early twentieth-century Paris.
Tatiana Eva-Marie is a bandleader, singer, author, and actress recently included in a list of rising jazz stars by magazine Vanity Fair, who described her as “a millennial shaking up the jazz scene.”
Tatiana Eva-Marie was born in a musical family, in Switzerland, to renowned film composer Louis Crelier and solo violinist Anca Maria. She started her career as a singer at age 4 when she recorded a duo album. Two years later, she featured in her first professional theatre play. She fell in love with the stage and has been performing ever since.
Though her interests have led her to explore a wide range of musical styles, from 1930s pop to modern jazz, Tatiana Eva-Marie’s singing is always inspired by her own French and Gypsy heritage; a love for the Parisian art scene of the 1920s through the 60s; a fascination for New Orleans Jazz; and a deep connection to the Great American Songbook.
Dennis Pol on guitar. Dennis Pol is an Italian/Greek jazz guitarist and composer. He is the leader of the Dennis Pol Acoustic Quartet and is also involved in duets, solo works, and other side projects. His style incorporates elements of gipsy jazz and contemporary jazz, blues and jazz fusion. Dennis has two albums as a leader and is the first prize winner of the Bucharest International Jazz Competition in 2017 with the AG Quintet. More…
Wallace Stelzer on bass. Wallace Stelzer is an esteemed New York City-based double bassist. Drawn to the city by his love of jazz, blues, and Brazilian music, the Houston native maintains a busy performance and recording schedule as both a sideman and bandleader in his own right. His thoughtful approach to the instrument found him a niche in the city’s competitive jazz scene and continues to bring him wonderful performance opportunities across many of the country’s most prestigious stages with some of the world’s finest musicians. More…
Gabe Terracciano on violin. Gabriel Terracciano plays with Joe Venuti’s grace and Zbigniew Seifert’s swagger.” – Ian Patterson, AllAboutJazz.com. After eight years of strictly classical training, Grammy nominated violinist Gabriel Terracciano discovered the jazz violin and it changed his musical life forever. More…
Daniel Berkey on saxophone. With the Downbeat Outstanding Soloist award in hand, Daniel Berkey moved to NYC in 2013, and has cultivated a diverse performance schedule as a sought-after soloist and sideman, playing everything from Jazz to country to hip hop, all in any given week. In early 2021, Berkey became the third member of Project Trio, a Brooklyn-based chamber ensemble, known the world over for virtuosic and engaging performances. More…
The JAZZ ROOM provides a casual and intimate setting with tables and a full bar, reminiscent of the classic jazz rooms of yesteryear.
Note on COVID Policies:
As an affiliate organization of Blumenthal Performing Arts, JazzArts Charlotte will be following BPA COVID-19 venue policies and safety guidelines throughout the season. See details.
Thank you to the program sponsors and supporters, who each bring jazz alive in Charlotte: Infusion Fund, Knight Foundation, Doris Duke Foundation, North Carolina Arts Council, and O’s Place Jazz.