Jazz vocalist CONNIE
EVINGSON is a regularly featured artist on
Twin Cities nightclub and concert stages.
She has been a guest soloist with the Minnesota Orchestra
conducted by Doc Severinsen, the University of Minnesota
Jazz Ensemble, and has appeared with her jazz trio in
Chicago, San Francisco, Scottsdale and Rome.
Evingson has been a member of the popular vocal jazz
ensemble Moore By Four since 1986, recording and touring
the U.S., Europe and Japan.
Her theatrical credits include productions of The King
and I, South Pacific and The Pearlfishers with Minnesota
Opera and, most recently, 2-Gether with Illusion Theatre
Her voice is often heard on radio and TV commercials -
she is the voice of "Tabatha", Kemps' singing
cow - and she is the host of Minnesota Connection on
KBEM, the Twin Cities' premier jazz radio station.
Connie has released a solo CD, "I
Have Dreamed" on her own label, Minnehaha Music.