The Ann Hampton Callaway Quartet
Dizzy's Club • 1h 25m
“For sheer vocal beauty, no contemporary singer matches Ms. Callaway," writes The New York Times. For decades now, Callaway has been one of the preeminent voices of the American Songbook, a tireless performer who has earned acclaim on Broadway, in theaters, on television, and in a variety of concert halls and jazz clubs around the country. Each of her projects puts a new spin on a popular subject, from tributes to Sarah Vaughan and Barbra Streisand to a celebration of cinematic jazz. This show features classic love songs, originals, and songs to honor two great composers who recently passed away: Stephen Sondheim and Marilyn Bergman.
Ann Hampton Callaway, vocals
Ted Rosenthal, piano
Martin Wind, bass
Tim Horner, drums
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