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For the month of December Blue Note Cafe will play host to jazz vocalist Marianne Solivan, a veteran of the New York scene.A finalist in the 2009 Jazzmobile Vocal Competition, Solivan has graced recital halls, jam sessions and club stages with such musicians as Roy Hargrove, Steve Lacy, Jeremy Pelt, Ray Gallon, Ugonna Ukegwo and Jane Monheit's sidemen Neal Minor and Michael Kanan.Armed with two degrees and talent, Solivan moved back to New York in 2007, placing in the Jazzmobile Vocal Competition, appearing as the featured vocalist on clarinetist Darryl Harper's C3 Project recording, "Stories in Real Time," and touring France as the lead vocalist in a staging of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar".
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