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30May

Joie Bianco

8:30 PM - 8:30 PM Birdland Theater - Upstairs
Date: May 30, 2024 to May 30, 2024
Where: Birdland Theater - Upstairs, 315 West 44th Street, New York, New York, United States, 10036
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Event Type: Other
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Birdland Theater is proud to announce that singer Joie Bianco will return to the stage on Thursday, May 30 at 8:30pm! Joie is known for her sophisticated yet playful choices of repertoire consisting of sassy, comical up-tempos, slow burning blues and heart wrenching ballads. Joies vibrant and soulful voice allows her to sing many genres while also bringing her youthful yet experienced perspective to the Songbook standards we all know and love. Joie will be joined by Eric Stern on piano, Jared Beckstead-Craan on bass and Max Marsillo on drums! This night of music will also include Joies vocal trio, The Sunhouse Singers. The Sunhouse Singers are a vocal trio that has taken New York by storm since moving to Harlem together in the summer of 2023. New York jazz vocalists Kate Kortum, June Cavlan, and Joie Bianco, have been featured on multiple performances with artists such as Bryan Carter, Charlie Rosen, Emmet Cohen, and Benny Benack III. Their original arrangements are greatly inspired by writers and singers like Jon Hendricks, The Andrew Sisters, Gene Puerling, Cecile Mclorin Salvant, and more. Having attended the University of Miami together for their undergraduate degrees, they have been building a group sound since they became instant friends in 2019. They individually boast an impressive slate of accolades with several downbeat awards, Youngarts awards, scholarships and grants to their names. They have racked up performances at impressive venues like Birdland, Mezzrow, The Django, and the Aman. The Sunhouse Singers, though new, have been building their name on the New York jazz scene.
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