Powerhouse performer Donna Singer has wowed jazz lovers around the world through her recordings and live performances at festivals, concert halls and jazz clubs. Her European concerts include dates in Paris, Switzerland, Ireland, Italy and Wales. She has performed at the Metropolitan Opera Guild Recital Hall in Lincoln Center, Central Park's Naumburg Bandshell and The Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach.
She has engaged audiences in many U.S. cities including Phoenix, Miami and Nashville. Her U.S. festival appearances include the Nebraska International Jazz Festival, Bethany College Jazz Festival in Kansas and the Saratoga Arts Festival in New York. Whether performing in an intimate gathering with her trio, with an 18- piece jazz orchestra, or with the 90-piece Boynton Beach Gold Coast Band, she's sure to wow audiences.
Growing up in Upstate New York, she and her siblings were introduced to the world of jazz. She and her twin sister, Dawn, were raised in a family of jazz enthusiasts who listened to the music of great jazz artists like Nancy Wilson (“Guess Who I Saw Today,”) Billy Strayhorn, (“Take the A Train” with Duke Ellington), Sammy Davis Jr, (“Hey There,” and Count Basie (“April in Paris”). Her great love for the music helped her evolve into a powerful jazz vocalist whose music has been played throughout North America, South America, Europe, Australia and Africa.