Andrew Suvalsky

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Andrew Suvalsky

Andrew Suvalsky began his musical career as part of the Jackie Allen Jazz Improv Group in Chicago. Soon after, he was regularly performing with the Old Town Jazz Finesse at the historic Fairmont Hotel and Chicago’s Up-and-Coming Jazz Review at Magnum Supper Club. He moved to New York in 1998 and produced and starred in his one-man show, “All I Want”, followed by two other original shows, “My American Songbook” performed at Danny’s Skylight Room and “Closer to My Own Age” at club Bar D’O.

Andrew Suvalsky album

With the 2006 release of his debut recording, Andrew Suvalsky showcased a unique ability to artfully blur the line between jazz standards and classic pop songs. The result was a new sound, un-matched by peers performing a similar repertoire. The CD was heralded as one the Top Ten Jazz CD’s of that year by John Hoglund (Playbill, Back Stage Magazine, Theater Scene).

Andrew Suvalsky performances

Andrew Suvalsky's sold-out performances celebrating its release at New York’s The Metropolitan Room won him a Bistro Award for Best Jazz Vocal Performance while a promo single from the CD, “Love is Alive” reached number one on numerous indie-radio formats. A yearlong performance schedule promoting the debut CD culminated in sold-out performances at New York’s legendary Blue Note Jazz Club.

Andrew Suvalsky continues to perform regularly in and outside of New York City, and is currently working on arrangements and recordings of his own original music.

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4 responses to “Andrew Suvalsky”

  1. Bottom Line Magazine says:

    “[THIS SINGER] SWINGS WITH THE BEST OF THEM, THEM BEING TORME, SINATRA, VAUGHAN AND FITZGERALD.” -Bottom Line Magazine

  2. All About Jazz says:

    “A STYLE REMINICENT OF COUNT BASIE” AND EMOTIVE VOCAL DIPS THAT RECALL NAT KING COLE.” and “’A WORLD THAT SWINGS’ ENTRENCHES [THIS SINGER] IN THE FIRES OF JAZZ MUSIC’S HEARTH” – All About Jazz

  3. Blues News Finland says:

    “SURELY ON THE SAME ROAD AS TORME AND SINATRA.” and “A VOICE SMOOTH AND SILKY… AS GOOD AS BUBLE AND CONNICK, JR. AND PERHAPS NICER TO LISTEN TO” – Blues News Finland

  4. Jazz Review says:

    “[THIS SINGER] HAS THE PROMISE OF ACHIEVING ICONIC STATUS.” – Jazz Review

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