New Year’s Eve Jazz: Diana Tuffin & Friends

posted on September 12, 2019 by Quaintance Weaver

Diana Tuffin

New Year’s Eve Jazz (The Late Show):Diana Tuffin and Friends
Date: Tuesday, December 31, 2019
Time: 9 PM-Midnight

We’re hosting two special New Year’s Eve performances in the Social Lobby for those who want to celebrate early (from 6:00 – 9:00 PM) or late (from 9:30 PM – 12 AM). Arrive early for a seat! No cover charge!

Enjoy vintage craft cocktails and delightful tapas garnished with an eclectic array of jazz artists performing in the styles of contemporary jazz…with no cover charge!



About the Artist

Diana’s musical journey has landed her in front of a most prolific composer, arranger, piano accompanist and vocal coach, Mr. Norman Simmons, who was the power driver behind the likes of Joe Williams, Carmen McCrae, Sarah Vaughn, Betty Carter, Anita O’Day, Dakota Staton and now Diana. Diana’s unique vocal style is in high demand for her multi lingual performances of Jazz, Blues, Spirituals and Old School R&B. For the past ten years, she has graced the International Furniture Market with her diverse musical interpretations for visitors from around the world. Diana was bestowed the honor as the lead vocalist for the 2015 John Coltrane All Stars. They performed  at the 2015 John Coltrane festival. She was selected to represent the Triad as a featured vocalist in Greensboro’s Weaver Theater’s production, “The Living Women Legends In Jazz”.  Diana acting credits contribute to a two week sell out for “Stomping at the Savoy” at the Yakinville  Theater in Yakinville, N.C.Appeared in Dr. Chuck Davis African-American Dance Ensemble Production at the Turnage Theater, Washington,N.C. Diana has been privileged to perform with some of the upper crust of musical leaders: Andrea Brachfeld, Melva Houston, Chris Murrell, Matt Kendrick,  John Wilson, Joe Robinson, Nat Adderly, Jr., Wynard Harper, Andrea Brachfeld, Ray Schinery, Akiko Tsuruga, Roy Roberts, Jerry Weldon, Ron Stacker, Cle Thompson, Courtneay Wynter, Dr. James Anderson, Vincent Crenshaw, Dave Reid, Neil Maxey and many others.

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