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|Sep 26||Jane Monheit||Sellersville Theater 1894 Sellersville, Pennsylvania|
|Oct 19||Jane Monheit||Saban Theatre Beverly Hills, California||Find Tickets|
|Oct 27||Jane Monheit||Bergen Performing Arts Center Englewood, New Jersey||Find Tickets|
|Nov 19||London Jazz Festival||Cadogan Hall Knightsbridge, GBR||Find Tickets|
|Dec 7||Jane Monheit||Infinity Hall Music Hall & Bistro Hartford Hartford, Connecticut||Find Tickets|
|Feb 14||John Pizzarelli and Jane Monheit||Strathmore Rockville, Maryland||Find Tickets|
|Feb 15||Jane Monheit – The Music of Judy Garland||SFJAZZ San Francisco, California|
|Feb 21||Jane Monheit Celebrating the Jazz of Judy Garland||Valley Performing Arts Center Northridge, California||Find Tickets|
|Apr 9||Jane Monheit||The Barns at Wolf Trap Vienna, Virginia||Find Tickets|
|Apr 10||Jane Monheit||Rams Head on Stage Annapolis, Maryland||Find Tickets|
Jane Monheit (born November 3, 1977) is considered by some to be one of the most promising American jazz vocalists of her generation, and by others to be more of a cabaret/broadway style singer and not really a jazz singer at all.
Jane Monheit was born in Oakdale, New York on Long Island. Monheit began singing professionally while attending Connetquot High School. At 17, she began to study at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City under the tutelage of Peter Eldridge. She earned a Bachelor's degree in music in 1999. At the age of 20, as a senior, she won the first runner-up prize at the 1998 Thelonious Monk Institute Vocal Competition.
Monheit's classically trained voice has been compared to that of Ella Fitzgerald, whom she lists as one of her influences. Even though she is often cited as a jazz vocalist, her recorded tracks range from jazz to MGM/RKO 1930s–1950s musicals and Latin American rhythms such as the song "Comecar De Novo."
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