Saturday, September 6th
Nazia Chaudhry CD Release Show
Join us for a very special moment, as this songstress unveils arrangements from her debut jazz album and celebrates her birthday at The Velvet Note. With a timeless, rich vocal style from simple tenderness to sultry pop, Nazia Chaudhry (“Naz”) specializes in the American Songbook & Latin jazz traditions. She is a multifaceted performer, music arranger, and educator. In addition to her career as a vocalist, she has found success from stage to screen as an actress in voiceover, television, and film, as well as in musicals, opera, and theater. Just before the release of her album, Naz is honored to be named a Sennheiser/Neumann Authorized Partner. Both Sennheiser and Neumann are the industry-standard global leaders in producing the highest quality microphones and recording equipment. Naz is excited to be apart of the Sennheiser/Neumann family as they join Naz’s journey throughout her career as both a recording artist and voiceover talent.
Listen to Nazia perform HERE.
Naz toured internationally as a featured jazz soloist with Jubilate, one of South Florida’s highly acclaimed small vocal groups. She also toured regionally with Jubilate, performing in concerts with 10-time Grammy Award-winning singer Bobby McFerrin, Latin Grammy Award-winning flautist Nestor Torres, legendary actor/singers Clifton Davis and Harry Belafonte, and Metropolitan Opera soprano Marvis Martin. Other credits include: The Kennedy Center, London Symphony Orchestra, New World Symphony, Rialto Center for the Arts, Woodruff Arts Center, RFK Stadium, The Arts Council Smithgall Arts Center, The Earl Smith Strand Theater, Chesapeake Arts Center, Good Morning Houston (ABC), and San Antonio Living (NBC).
Naz’s ability to express emotions through her singing is as natural as breathing. In all, Naz is a versatile crossover stylist with passionate vocals and a strong, expressive presence, making her an industry “one to watch.” Learn more about Naz HERE and become Facebook fan at “Naz Fan Page.”
Showtime: 7:30pm and 9:30pm. Admission: $20