Lesson Participant - "My Funny Valentine"
As a Lesson participant, you will receive an exclusive on-line lesson from Judy Niemack on her insight and approach to “My Funny Valentine”. Judy will discuss the history of the song, her past experience with it, and techniques for performance and...
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9/25/20188:00 & 10:00 PMJUDY NIEMACK AT MEZZROWMEZZROW163 West 10th street, New York City Tel: 646-476-4346
NEW YORK CITY basement Greenwich Village NY
United States

JUDY NIEMACK, SULLIVAN FORTNER IN DUO!

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JUDY AND SULLIVAN MET IN BERLIN, GERMANY, JUDY'S OTHER HOME, WHEN SULLIVAN WAS PLAYING AT A LOCAL CLUB WITH ROY HARGROVE'S BAND.

AFTER THE SET ENDED, THEY MET AND JUDY SAID "I LOVE YOUR PLAYING, LET'S PLAY!" AND THEY ENDED UP JAMMING FOR HOURS...NOW APPEARING FOR THE FIRST TIME IN NYC, THIS DUO CONCERT WILL BE SOMETHING SPECIAL...COME JOIN US!

9/29/20188:00 & 10:00 PMJUDY NIEMACK / GIL GOLDSTEIN AT KITANOKITANO Jazz 66 Park Avenue, East 38th St
New York City, New York,
United States

JUDY NIEMACK VOICE

GIL GOLDSTEIN ACCORDION and PIANO

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This unusual duo is something that has been in the works for years- and gives Judy and Gil the opportunity to meet in the music in a very sparse and open setting...

Join these two exceptional artists for an evening of French Chanson, Pop, Motown and Jazz...a romantic and intimate pairing of two mature musicians with alot to say...

10/6/20186/10/2018 2-5PMJudy Niemack Masterclass in NYCTBA
New York NY
United States

 

Judy Niemack
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In NYC for performances at Mezzrow, Kitano and Jazz Forum, Judy will give a rare masterclass focusing on the tehnique of jazz singing and the individual interpretation of songs brought by the participants.

8 vocalists only
Piano accompaniment
Fee $100.00
Contact Jniemack@aol.com
"It seems only appropriate that Judy Niemack spends a significant amount of her time teaching, for there isn’t anyone—whether jazz neophyte or veteran—who can’t learn from her." Jazztimes
10/7/2018October 7, 6pmJazz Forum ConcertJazz Forum 1 Dixon Lane
Tarrytown NY
United States

Judy Niemack, voc, Jim McNeely, piano, Doug Weiss, bass, Leon Parker, drums,

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Join us for a 6pm concert, just one set, of swinging, creative jazz, played by a band of New York's top Jazz musicians! News about my New CD:

"For much of her career, vocalist Judy Niemack has split
her time between Europe and New York. Niemack’s
discography is impressive and her fresh approach to
familiar works and willingness to explore lesser known
songs helped her gain the attention of critics. This
project evolved from her working relationship with
arranger/conductor Jim McNeely, who wrote a series
of charts for her to perform with the WDR Big Band in
Germany in 1993 and 2001. Finally, the opportunity
arose for her to record McNeely’s scores with the
Danish Radio Big Band, McNeely conducting. The title
track is a big and brassy opener that suddenly
downshifts to a funky setting, Niemack adding a
spoken word segment on NYC post-9/11, before the
darkness fades as the city is reborn.
Several of the songs are by Thelonious Monk.
Niemack’s bop chops are on display in “Suddenly”,
Jon Hendricks’ masterful vocal version of “In Walked
Bud”, while McNeely creates an eerie backdrop with
his brilliant scoring of “Misterioso”, retitled “A Crazy
Song To Sing”, featuring Niemack’s descriptive lyric.
Niemack and McNeely take “‘Round Midnight” at
a subdued tempo, with the singer’s expressiveness
complemented by inventive voicings. Niemack’s sassy
rendition of “It’s Over Now” (originally “Well, You
Needn’t”) sells its witty lyric and her engaging scatting
along with the band makes it hard to top. Her earliest
lyric is heard in Clifford Brown’s bop gem “Daahoud”,
recast as “I Should Have Told You Goodbye”. While
Niemack’s powerful vocal gets the mess