Live at The Count’s: Tamara Kuldin

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Live at The Count’s: Tamara Kuldin

Shades of jazz, blues and multilingual affairs of song, Tamara Kuldin is all about bringing back the sass and sophistication of a vintage era of music with her own modern, sultry yet playful twist.

Enamoured by the romance and sophistication of the golden era of song, acclaimed Australian vocalist Kuldin has been captivating audiences from Melbourne to Europe with her own playful, sultry and heartfelt interpretation of songs from The Great American Songbook, French chanson classics to lesser known vintage jazz & blues gems.

A lover of storytelling through song, Kuldin’s unique and versatile vocal styling has been inspired by a diverse palette of female vocalists such as Doris Day, Cassandra Wilson, Sarah Vaughan and Joni Mitchell. Her vivacity, warmth and vocal prowess has endeared her to some of the finest Australian and international jazz musicians from Kate Ceberano, Joe Chindamo to Wycliffe Gordon.

Kuldin knows how to make an audience feel like they’re part of something special, whether singing in a glorious Italian piazza, fronting a jazz orchestra at the Arts Centre or performing in one of Australia’s intimate jazz clubs. Her natural affinity with audience’s large and small has led to invitations to perform at various festivals and venues across the globe from the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Melbourne Recital Centre, The Victorian Arts Centre, Stonnington Jazz Festival, Melbourne Cabaret Festival, The Famous Spiegeltent, Birds Basement, MONA (Tas), Morning Melodies at Hamer Hall to Bergamo Jazz (Italy), Paris to Provence Festival, Lovere Back to Jazz Festival (Italy) and more.