Join the celebration for Mark Soskin..Dean Johnson bass, Roseanna Vitro Vocals
Join US this Saturday night- July 9th for a very special celebration at The Kitano Jazz Club. We are celebrating Mark Soskin!!! He'll be playing piano plus his amazing arrangements with *special guest* Joel Frahm - Dean Johnson - Tim Horner and Roseanna Vitro. Sets 8 & 10 pm. Don't miss this one---it's a celebration. Reservations: http://www.kitano.com/Jazz-Schedule 66 Park Ave. NYC. August 2nd - Mezzrow - https://www.mezzrow.com We continue the celebration of Mark Soskin back at the piano and killin' it... Dean Johnson bass. Roseanna Vitro vocals... Tell all your friends and everyone that loves our Soskinator!
Phone for tickets: 973.971.3706 Roseanna Vitro & Pete McGuinness sing the songs of Rosemary Clooney and Mel Torme. Mark Soskin piano, Dean Johnson, bass and Tim Horner drums..(Ms. Sara Caswell is not part of this show, but stay tuned, we're working on a new project).
Heart & Mind - show...Dean Johnson will join us on bass! Sara, Mark and Ro
Sara Caswell, Mark Soskin, Dean Johnson and Rich DeRosa & Roseanna Vitro make new music. Heart & Mind Show
Sounds Like: Roseanna Vitro & Clarity
Label: Random Act Records
Manager: Lisa Goldman
Bio: Roseanna Vitro received her first Grammy Nomination in 2012 in the Vocal Jazz category for, "The Music of Randy Newman" on Motema Music. She is a creative storyteller who sings jazz like she means it, understands lyrics & knows how to caress a melody and, most of all, swings like mad" -Denver P...See Full Bio
"Roseanna Vitro is a "singer's singer...she is excellent and still warranting much more attention." Her deep and precise alto is perfectly tuned and balanced..But Vitro's skill set does not stop at vocal prowess. She is also a crack arranger, programmer and music journalist. That is a wealth of grace and talent from Hot Springs, Arkansas. Vitro's projects are also well-considered and assembled...In 1997, Vitro released the gutsy Catching Some Rays: The Music of Ray Charles (Telarc, 1997) with the support of frequent collaborator pianst Kenny Werner and tenor saxophonist David "Fathead" Newman. "Vitro sings squarely from between Ella Fitzgerald and Betty Carter. Her scat chops are the most certain of any singer expelling air today. Even a bit of her home-state twang may be detected in the bluesy "Swingin' with the Duke," providing this writer a warm spot in this approaching Autumn. Honor Roseanna Vitro.