INHOUSE Jazz with Greta Matassa

presented by: INHOUSE Jazz

Artist: Annie Averre

Starts:Sunday, June 24, 2018  3:30 PMEnds:Sunday, June 24, 2018  6:30 PM

Recommended $25 Donation

Event Description:

INHOUSE Jazz will continue the 2018 Season with a concert hosted by vocalist Annie Averre, featuring Seattle vocalist Greta Matassa, with pianist Darin Clendenin and bassist Clipper Anderson Sunday June 24 3:30 – 6:30 PM.  Seating is limited. For reservations call 360-606-7136 or email

Concert location and directions provided upon confirmation. Admission is free and by donation ($15-$30 suggested). Proceeds exceeding expenses are donated in support of music education for local youth. For more information visit

INHOUSE Jazz, an official member of The Folk Alliance International, is an intimate house concert series presenting quality jazz artists from spring to fall on the Central Oregon Coast.

"Matassa's performance was a marvel of virtuosity." —Los Angeles Times
Greta Matassa is one of the most talented singers working in jazz today.
She has been voted "Northwest Vocalist of the Year" by Earshot Jazz seven times in 15 years! She was voted again, vocalist of the year in 2014 and honored with a lifetime achievement award and inducted into the Earshot Jazz Hall of Fame in 2014. 
Greta has been a mainstay on Seattle's Jazz stages for many years and with her recent successful dates at New York's Dizzy's Club at Lincoln Center, tours of Russia, Singapore and Hawaii and Japan, Greta's sound is now reaching new audiences. Greta has released seven CD's on the respected jazz label Origin Records and a DVD live concert with guitarist Mimi Fox. Her latest cd "I Wanna be Loved" Resonance Records was critically acclaimed. 
"Boppish, Snappy and conversational"- Downbeat 
"One of the best jazz vocalists we have to boast about these days." —John Clayton 
"Worldly, gentle, bold, dynamic, Favorites From a Long Walk is a gift for the heart. Greta Matassa is one of America's finest singers, and stands firmly among the best in today's jazz." —Jazz Review 
"Greta Matassa moves from triumph to triumph." —Christopher Loudon, Jazz Times
" She can give Ms. Streisand a run for it! Seattle times
"Matassa is a Seattle treasure." Seattle Times
"Her scatting is as confident, nimble an energetic as Ella's and her phrasing is hip like Nancy Wilson's" -Earshot Jaz

Greta was afeatured artist last year in the Oregon Coast Jazz Party 

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