Judi Silvano

born in 1951 in Philadelphia, PA, United States

Links www.judisilvano.com (English)

Judi Silvano

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Judi Silvano, born 1951,[1] is a jazz singer and composer. A native of Philadelphia, her singing style bears similarity to Norwegian jazz singer Karin Krog.[2] She is a scholar of Sheila Jordan and of Jeanne Lee. Her husband is tenor saxophonist Joe Lovano.[3]

Before attending college she studied flute, piano and dance.[4] She has a bachelor's degree in music and dance from Temple University of Philadelphia.[3] She has taught at Rutgers University and other colleges.[5]

She has collaborated with Joe Lovano, Mal Waldron, Kenny Werner and Bill Frisell. Aside from performing in the United States, she has toured Europe.


With Joe Lovano

  • Universal Language (Blue Note, 1992)
  • Rush Hour (Blue Note, 1994)

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