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Beata Pater

There are singers, and then there are musicians whose instrument is their voice. Beata Pater is clearly the latter. Whether interpreting lyrics with the emotional depth and lyrical expression of her personal “goddess” Sarah Vaughan and her beloved Shirley Horn; soaring on the fanciful flight trajectories of another profound influence, Betty Carter; or translating her studies on the violin into a fascinating musical narrative, Beata embodies creativity in its purest sense.

Immersed in music in the most organic sense since her earliest memories, Beata grew up in her native Poland with absolutely no sense of genre barriers or subjective classification. Yet she made the decision to pursue her personal path of expression through jazz. “Why do I ‘sing’ Jazz? Because Jazz is emotions. Emotions are most important in our lives. They make us and they truly lead us. Life makes no sense without Emotions.”

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Golden Lady

Golden Lady

B&B Records
2014

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Red

Red

B&B Records
2013

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Blue

B&B Productions
2012

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Blue

Blue

B&B Records
2011

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Black

Black

B&B Records
2006

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Duet

Duet

B&B Records
1999

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Wild is the Wind

Wild is the Wind

Beata Pater
Golden Lady

Afro Blue

Afro Blue

Beata Pater
Blue

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