Carol Welsman

True to the theme of her new album, Carol Welsman’s travels these past few years have taken her everywhere from a performance in Marian McPartland’s “Friends” evening at Dizzy’s in New York to appearances such as “one of Oscar Peterson’s favorite singers” in the first of a six concert series paying tribute to the legendary pianist in Toronto. In 2011, the singer performed 18 concerts in Japan to a total of over 30,000 fans, mostly at venues holding over 2,000 people. Her gold selling Japanese only release Memories of You featured clarinetist Ken Peplowski and was voted the #1 album of 2009 by Jazz Critics Magazine.

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Vocalist

Clinic/Workshop Information

With Carol Welsman's wealth of experience as a performer, arranger, songwriter, publisher and record label owner, the master class focus can be on any one or several of the following topics:

  • vocal technique
  • approach to jazz and pop song interpretation
  • vocal improvisation / foundation to scatting
  • arranging and re-harmonization
  • accompanying vocalists and instrumentalists
  • song writing - both music and lyrics
  • music business marketing strategies

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Albums

Alone Together
Alone Together
Self Produced
2016
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Journey
Journey
Justin Time Records
2012
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Carol Welsman
Justin Time
2007
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The Language Of Love
The Language Of Love
Savoy Jazz
2003
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The Language Of Love
Justin Time
2002
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[no cover]
Hold Me
Justin Time
2001
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