The Anna Varga Jazz Band of NYC
performs as a sextet, quartet, trio or duo.
INTERVIEW WITH JAZZ SINGER ANNA VARGA
My inspiration comes from anyone who came to the big city with a dream and made it a reality
These Days sets the tone for the album Bonjour Tristesse.
We knew we wanted to release These Days as a single the first time we heard it. It really is a good example of our sound and who we are as a band.
The Anna Varga Band – A Female Fronted Jazz Band
Anna is setting a new standard for the music industry.
MOBO awards after-party UK
"The Anna Varga Sextet have been soothing the souls of Jazz enthusiasts alike since 2009. Seekers of strong vocals with distinctive tone colours with that oh so iconic syncopated rhythmic pattern of the art form we call Jazz.”
Jamsterdam Top 10
Exclusive Interview: Anna Varga
What is the secret behind your success ?
Anna Varga is #Flyah
Anna Varga is a reincarnation of Old Hollywood
Her beauty and melodious voice when combined puts a charm.
Interview with Anna Varga of the Anna Varga Sextet
Vocalist Anna Varga’s act reminds us of the classic torch singers of the 1960s
Anna Varga is Jazzing UP the Streets of NYC with her Band!
ANNA VARGA BAND: “THESE DAYS” PERFECT SENSITIVITY AND SENSIBILITY
“Bonjour Tristesse” evokes French new wave cinema blending proto-punk vocals with hard bop instrumentation. Her latest single – “These Days”, is a Jackson Browne cover originally sang by Nico of the Velvet Underground.
ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Anna Varga
NEW UPCOMING PROJECT
I’ve been really fortunate to work with some of the best Jazz artists in New York and New Orleans. My pianist and arranger, Alex Levin and his trio, saxophonist Stacy Dillard, bassist Bryan Vinson and his groups Vapism and the Thousandaires.
An Italian song about a lost summer love and the bitter memories the season elicits thereafter, originally titled, Odio l'estate (I Hate the Summer).
A song about failure and hard times. It’s what we were feeling as a band and how we felt about the world when we went into the studio.
In The Wee Small Hours