Chloe Bee

Chloe is an award-winning singer- songwriter from the Hudson Valley. With a unique voice, mature sound and improvisational skills, she effortlessly blends pop, jazz and R&B. Drawing inspiration from Tori Kelly, Emily King, Ariana Grande, Allen Stone, H.E.R., Amy Winehouse, Sara Bareilles, and Fiona Apple, she possesses an authenticity in her music that is both haunting and powerful. Chloe strives to perform meaningful and emotional music in every performance, and displays her passion for harmony and melody writing. Always trying new things, Chloe often approaches popular music with jazz and classical music in mind. Her practice in a variety of genres makes her musical performances different and memorable.

Chloe was selected as one of the 8 vocalist in the prestigious 2017 GRAMMY Camp Jazz Session choir, where she sang with 30 of the best young jazz musicians in the country in performances throughout GRAMMY Week, including the GRAMMY after-party. She is a 2017 National YoungArts Competition, Merit Winner for singing-songwriting and a Semi-Finalist in the 2016 International Songwriting Competition .

Chloe's pop-soul band, Chloe Bee and the Backbeats, comprised of nationally recognized jazz musicians, plays through-out the NYC Tri-State area. Chloe is also a vocalist in eclectic soul band, John the Martyr.

In addition to her vocal and piano skills, Chloe is a talented oboe player, playing with both college and community symphonies.