Denise Donatelli
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  • Los Angeles, CA
  • United States
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Where are you located?
Los Angeles, CA
Tell us a little about your background...
Born in Allentown, Pennsylvania, I grew up in a musical family, studying classical piano and listening to jazz and blues. I began playing piano at the age of three and won numerous awards at national piano competitions. Fortunately, my love of jazz survived my 15 years of classical piano training. I put my musical career aside for marriage and family, I began singing again after relocating to Atlanta, Georgia. Currently residing in Los Angeles, I perform at some of the city’s leading jazz venues and jazz festivals throughout the country. My first CD entitled In the Company of Friends, has garnered critical acclaim and is being re-released in Japan in August, 2008. My latest recording, produced and arranged by Geoffrey Keezer, will be released on August 12, 2008 by High Note Records on their Savant label.

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http://www.denisedonatelli.com

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At 11:39am on April 10, 2016, R.L. Walker said…

Very Nice!! Nice indeed.

At 3:14pm on February 21, 2011, Peter Davis said…

Loving the sounds Donna & the album cover pics. You look fabulous!

Hope things are well.

Kindest

Peter

At 7:29pm on February 01, 2011, frank dupree gave Denise Donatelli a gift
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Hi Denise, just wanted you to know how much I enjoy your CDs. I have several of your CDs and every song has been just mav'lus. :-) You know my sister, Ava? ttyl,,fdupr
At 10:35pm on January 6, 2010, Denise Donatelli said…
Hi Gary! Thanks so much for connecting and for your complementary comments. I still have some family and lots of friends in Allentown ... I need to get back for a visit!! In the meantime, have a cheese steak for me!
At 9:13pm on January 6, 2010, Gary Staples said…
Hey Denise, I was surfing the jazz network, (joined today) and saw that you were born in Allentown Pa. Well I still live in the Lehigh Valley--Easton Pa, and just thought I would say hello to a home town artist. Your clips sound wonderful---loads of talent----the best of luck to you in your singing career.
Regards,
Gary
At 12:54pm on July 28, 2009, Lainie Cooke said…
Dear Denise,
Thanks so much for your kind words on my latest post/blog/review/etc.
I purchased (itunes) your recording of "When Summer Turns to Snow". I think you are a marvelous singer. Love listening to you.
xo
L.
At 10:44am on July 23, 2009, Shawn Williams said…
Denise, glad to see you again! I adding you on Facebook a couple weeks ago!

Love & Music, Shawn!
At 7:59pm on February 6, 2009, Damon White ~The SILK ONE!~ said…
At 2:39pm on January 31, 2009, Clairdee said…
Hi Denise! Thanks so much for your comments. It's such a pleasure to see and hear you. Hope to catch up in person this year. Love, ~Clairdee~
At 2:58pm on December 24, 2008, Damon White ~The SILK ONE!~ said…




 
 
 

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