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Enter the world of Meredith d'Ambrosio.
Jazz vocalist, pianist, lyricist, painter, writer, teacher.
News: Meredith's artbook "Watercolor, Eggshell Mosaic, Oil, Black Pencil" and her screenplay "Silent Passion" are both now available.

The Louis Armstong Legacy featuring Meredith d'Ambrosio

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On November 21, 1996, Meredith performed at the Kennedy Center in a tribute to Louis Armstrong. She was the first of four singers selected to perform. The others were Carol Sloan, Sheila Jordan, and Betty Carter.

Read the program notes for the Kennedy Center program evening’s performance
here.


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The December 2020 issue of JazzTimes has a wonderful article about Meredith and her 1981 album Another Time.

“Meredith d’Ambrosio's second album from 1981, Another Time, is a perfect object, absolutely one of a kind. Her voice is low in range but light in affect. She's clearly a saloon singer, someone used to delivering torch songs to the accompaniment of booze and cigarettes, but somehow her presentation is totally innocent nonetheless….

Read the entire article here.
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