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"Little Bit of This, Little Bit of That"
Music and Lyrics by Bruce Brown

Carolena Mátus Quintet:
with Randy Halberstadt (Piano), Jay Anderson (Trumpet), Clipper Anderson (Bass) and D'Vonne Lewis (Drums).

Recorded Live at Resonance at Soma Towers, Bellevue, WA (2017)

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Upcoming PUBLIC Gigs

Crossroads Market Stage
Swedish Hospital | Cherry Hill Campus
August 3, 2017 @ 11:30 a.m.
w/ Randy Halberstadt (piano)
550 17th Avenue
Seattle, WA  98122

Microsoft | Redmond Campus
January 11, 2018 @ 11:30 a.m.
w/ Bill Anschell (piano)
15255 NE 40th St.
Redmond, WA  98052

Please visit Carolena's
Calendar page for additional upcoming public performances.

PLEASE NOTE:  Private events are NOT reflected on the calendar.  Please use the Contact Artist page to inquire about open dates and booking Carolena for your special event.

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JaZzin' It UP!

... with Randy Halberstadt (piano) and Clipper Anderson (bass).

The Carolena Matus Trio

Singing Straight-ahead, Latin and Original JaZz...

... with some of the finest musicians in the Pacific Northwest!

Tunes - with John Stowell, guitar

Offering Online Voice Lessons

Technology makes it possible for Carolena to teach students from all over the world via Skype, ooVoo and FaceTime in real time.

 

What is necessary is a high-speed internet connection, a webcam, an external mic (unless your computer is equipped with a good one) and Voila!  You can enjoy the benefits of private voice lessons in the comfort of your own home.

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In music, when we first begin learning, there is a tendency to imitate.  It's not a bad thing; it's part of the natural learning process.  However, in the long run, imitation is the kiss of death.  You can never really sound like someone else because you aren't in their head, neither do you have their experiences and their soul any more than they have yours.  So the best imitation will do for you is to make you a weak carbon copy of the original.  You need to find your own voice. You are a unique and beautiful individual, and your uniqueness expressed through the tunes you sing will create something new and magical, if only you will allow it to do so.