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Greta Matassa Quintet New Years Eve Show!! – Show cancelled and Bistro Closed due to Covid & Road Conditions Concerns
December 31, 2021 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm$30
Greta and the band will be here Thursday February 12th. You can keep your tickets and reservations if you like, Or we can honor a refund for your tickets. Please let us know what you want, and we will make it happen.
“Matassa’s performance was a marvel of virtuosity.”
– LOS ANGELES TIMES
In the Pacific Northwest, where she built her career, Greta Matassa wins wide acclaim; 7 times, the readers of Earshot, the Seattle jazz magazine, have voted her the best jazz vocalist in the Northwest.
She was inducted into the Seattle Jazz Hall of Fame in 2014. Jim Wilke, the Seattle jazz maven and host of the syndicated “Jazz After Hours” radio program, praises her versatility. “She has a fearlessness in approaching material,” Wilke says, “that makes her like an instrumentalist in a jam session.”
Bassist and producer John Clayton says “One of the best jazz singers we have to boast about these days.”
Her 40 year career has been a whirlwind of exciting opportunities and experiences. Over the last 20 years she has become established as one of the greatest jazz singers of her time. Working with top jazz musicians in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York. In 2016 She was featured with bassist John Clayton’s group in a centennial tribute to Ella Fitzgerald.
She has recorded 11 CD’s. Her latest release “Portrait” on Origin Records is receiving rave reviews.