Kurt Reichenbach - Jazz for the Holidays

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Kurt Reichenbach - Jazz for the Holidays

Time: December 5, 2012 from 8pm to 10pm
Location: Upstairs at Vitello's Jazz & Supper Club
Street: 4349 Tujunga Avenue
City/Town: Studio City, CA 91604
Website or Map: http://www.VitellosJazz.com
Phone: 818.769.0905
Event Type: holiday, jazz
Organized By: Kurt Reichenbach
Latest Activity: Dec 3, 2012

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Start your holiday season off with an evening of jazz both mellow and lively, as vocalist Kurt Reichenbach brings his vocal stylings back to Upstairs at Vitello’s in Studio City for one show only, Wednesday, December 5, at 8 p.m. The popular jazz and supper club is located at 4349 Tujunga Avenue in Studio City.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012 • 8 pm (one show only)
Upstairs at Vitello's • 4349 Tujunga Avenue • Studio City, CA 91604 • 818-769-0905

Jazz vocalist Kurt Reichenbach is the son of Bossa Nova pioneering drummer Bill Reichenbach, Sr. and brother of internationally renowned trombonist Bill Reichenbach. With his sly interpretations of the Great American Songbook, Reichenbach has earned recognition as a formidable talent by numerous critics, such as Rex Reed: "... a dazzling new singer... I have not been broadsided by a voice this way in many years... words fail to adequately describe the thrill of hearing someone with this much talent and class." So “broadsided” was Reed, if fact, that he cast Kurt in his popular 2009 musical production, Ira Without George. Kurt's performing has taken him on recent tours of Japan, as well as multiple cities here in the U.S. At the present time, Kurt is preparing to record a 50th anniversary CD/DVD tribute to the legendary Stan Getz/Charlie Byrd/Jazz Samba album.

“My favorite music is Christmas music,” says Kurt, "so I really look forward to my annual Christmas show. If you want to start the Holiday off with a fun, swinging take on your seasonal favorites, this is the show!" Joining Reichenbach onstage will be: Jim Cox – piano; Jeff D’Angelo – bass; Ralph Penland – drums;
plus special guest, Kurt’s brother Bill Reichenbach - bass trombone.
For a preview of Kurt’s holiday show, check out his “Christmas Waltz” video on YouTube, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1KJWYPh8os.

There is a $15 cover charge • $18 food or drink minimum.
Reservations recommended: Phone - 818.769.0905
Tickets - www.TicketWeb.com and www.VitellosJazz.com

A few words about Kurt:
“...a dazzling new singer....Words fail to adequately describe the thrill of hearing someone with this much talent and class.” ―Rex Reed

“ ... a jazz singer out of the Mel Torme-Billy Stritch school of polished pop-jazz crooning...” —Stephen Holden, The New York Times

“ ... He loves the classic tunes and adds a reverence to all he sings... Kurt Reichenbach is not a big belter... His voice and style are far more personal... He is an ‘emotional’ singer who has a lot to offer his audience...” —Myrna Daniels, L.A. Jazz Scene

“ ... a natural swinger who understands lyrics, is blessed with a smooth baritone voice, and has the musical sensitivity to find approaches to each song that make his versions of even the most frequently performed standards sound fresh...” —Joe Lang, Jersey Jazz Magazine

“His...voice harkened back to the days of Sinatra [and] Bennett...a deeply compassionate, never faltering sense of sincerity and unaffected feel in his delivery.”
—Carol Banks Weber, Jazz Music Examiner

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