Corinne Mammana Quintet
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Corinne Mammana Quintet

Easton, Pennsylvania, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2013

Easton, Pennsylvania, United States
Established on Jan, 2013
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“Corinne Mammana bridges a sometimes difficult gap between what is obviously her seriously and classically trained vocal instrument, as applied to a lightly swinging book of songs. Her superb technique is a dead giveaway. But Mammana applies her superior technique gracefully, carefully, tastefully and intelligently." Bruce Klauber, JazzTimes
The songstress is a Lehigh Valley based jazz vocalist originally hailing from the Philadelphia area. Corinne most recently performed at New York City's internationally acclaimed jazz cabaret the Metropolitan Room in September 2014. In the Lehigh Valley she can be found performing with her jazz quintet and duo, including eight-time Grammy nominated jazz guitarist, Frank DiBussolo. Frequent stops include the Historic Hotel Bethlehem and the legendary Deer Head Inn. She recently appeared on WFMZ 69 News for Music Monday with Eve Tannery, which included a live television performance ( Corinne also enjoys performing for local charity events, including the National Alliance on Mental Illness and Rotary Club. Other Lehigh Valley appearances include Allentown Symphony Hall, Lafayette Jazz Bar and Godfrey Daniels.
In New York City Corinne has performed at the Metropolitan Room, Duplex Cabaret Theatre and Golden Fleece Ltd. Regional credits include Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Virginia. Corinne also has an extensive theater resume which includes leading and supporting roles in the Philadelphia region’s Media Theatre, City Theatre Company and the Philly Fringe Festival. performs concerts as well as Cole Porter, Gershwin and Irving Berlin Concerts with pianist Joe Benedict.
Off stage, Corinne enjoys sharing her passion for music with the younger generation teaching private voice and piano lessons.
Bruce Klauber from JazzTimes writes, "There’s nothing forced here, which is as it should be, and she fits in wonderfully with DiBussolo’s understated guitar. If there’s a cooler version out there than Mammana’s version of Jobim’s 'Agua De Beber,' then it just hasn’t been recorded yet"

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