October
25th 2012
The Jazz Session #416: Natalie Cressman

Posted under Podcast & Trombonists & Vocalists

Trombonist and vocalist Natalie Cressman’s debut album with her band Secret Garden is called Unfolding (2012). In this interview (the final interview conducted for The Jazz Session) Cressman talks about her parents and their influence on her music; why she moved from San Francisco to New York; how she decided she was ready to make a record; her work with Phish’s Trey Anastasio; and her plans following her graduation next year from the Manhattan School of Music. Learn more at nataliecressman.com and follow her on Twitter at @nataliecressman.

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  1. 2012: The Jazz (By Women) Year In Review | Popdose - musicBlogs on 17 Dec 2012 at 2:31 am #

    […] Cressman is a good writer who s not afraid to tackle hard music. For example, she covers the Joni Mitchell/Charles Mingus version of Goodbye Porkpie Hat on Unfolding. She s someone to keep an eye on. (Interview15) […]

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