By NiteLife Exchange ~
ScoBar Entertainment and The Iridium are proud to present Bistro Award winner Sharon Clark who is a jazz singer’s jazz singer and one of the best interpreters of The Great American Songbook on the scene today.
Washington, D.C. standout Sharón Clark has brought festival and concert audiences to their feet across the U.S. and Europe. Her New York run drew raves from the NY Times and the Wall Street Journal, and she won New York’s Bistro Award for Best Vocalist.
Ms. Clark has made multiple international tours in recent years, making her debut in Israel and returning to Russia, where she has developed a major following. Her most recent release, “Do it Again — My Tribute to Shirley Horn,” is on its third printing, and she grabs top honors wherever she goes.
Ms. Clark won the Gold Medal and $10,000 top prize at the Savannah Music Festival’s American Traditions Competition. She then took first place in the Billie Holiday Vocal Competition, which offers a $2,500 prize along with a featured appearance with the Baltimore Symphony.
Ms. Clark appears regularly in DC at Blues Alley, the Kennedy Center, and Bethesda Blues and Jazz Club. A featured soloist with the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra, the Richmond Symphony, and the Baltimore Symphony, Clark has headlined the DC Jazz Festival as well as the East Coast, Mid-Atlantic, Cape May and Savannah music festivals. Both the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra and The Ludacris Foundation chose Ms. Clark to perform for their separate tributes to Quincy Jones. She performs regularly in New at the Iridium and the Metropolitan Room, and will make her Blue Note debut this summer.
Do not miss this performance as Sharon is moving to Europe to pursue her dream and will not be back performing this region for the foreseeable future. See Sharón Clark w/Chris Grasso Trio at Iridium Tuesday, July 19, 8:30 pm.
Here’s what critics have to say:
“New and amazing . . . an absolute triumph”! – Will Friedwald, Wall Street Journal
“You can’t underestimate the transformation of what seems like an ordinary song when an interpreter like Sharón Clark tears it apart and peers inside.” – Stephen Holden, New York Times
“A revelation . . . I never thought I’d hear a singer with the range, musicality and command of tone and timbre that was Sarah at her best, but now I have.” – JazzTimes
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