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Nicolas Bearde
Nicolas Bearde

Sat, May 04


Palo Alto

Nicolas Bearde

Nicolas Bearde International Recording Artist featuring Grammy-award winning pianist Glenn Pearson

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Time & Location

May 04, 2024, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Palo Alto, 640 Emerson St, Palo Alto, CA 94301, USA


About the event

For 5PM tickets, doors open 5PM, show at 6:30PM.  For 8PM tickets, Doors open 8PM, show starts 8:30PM

Recording artist, Nicolas Bearde is an award winning vocalist, whose silky baritone sound, wit and engaging rapport draws the audience into his live performances. Nicolas has 6 CD's out on his own label, Right Groove Records. His most recent album, “I Remember You : The Music of Nat King Cole" released on August 30, 2019, featuring special guest and sax great, Eric Alexander, rose quickly to the Top 20 on the Jazz Week Charts, garnering rave reviews at home and abroad.

Nicolas is also the featured vocalist on sax legend Vincent Herring's chart-topping  CD, “Hard Times"  as well as the vocalist and narrator with Vincent’s "Story of Jazz Orchestra"  a 10 piece ensemble of jazz luminaries( Eric Alexander, James Carter, Jon Faddis, Jeremy Pelt, Steve Turre, Mike LeDonne, Kenny Davis and Carl Allen) who travel the world presenting Jazz music's 100+ year history.

As an educator, Nicolas has worked with the California Jazz Conservatory and Jazz Camp West teaching “Vocal Intensive” workshops, and was the chair of “popular voice” for the Young Arts Foundation in Miami, Florida for 5 years.

Nicolas first made his mark in the world of jazz as an original member of Bobby McFerrin's  innovative a cappella ensemble, "Voicestra" (1986-2005), while carving out his own distinctive solo career.  With classic performances and innovative interpretations of jazz standards and blues - Nicolas is the definitive jazz romantic. He'll steam you up with an original soulful song like Love Me, pull you into the nuanced emotion of a classic Bill Wither's tune, Can We Pretend, or captivate you with a stirring rendition of Naima, a John Coltrane ballad.

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