Congo Square

CHEEK TO CHEEK

With a rich alto voice, Winnipeg based jazz singer Nadia Douglas creates a dynamic musical treat of upbeat jazz from the 20's - 60's including swing and Latin, along with romantic American Standards.  With her smokey and unique voice, Nadia incorporates some much loved and perhaps forgotten songs from the past by such brilliant writers and composers as Louis Jordan, George Gershwin, and Cole Porter to name a few!"

 

 

 

 

 

Conga Square

 Winnipeg Jazz Festival

"Sunday Kind Of Love"

Backed by some of the finest musicians in North America, Nadia has had many repeat performances in all the favorite Jazz venues in Winnipeg including The Palm Lounge, Smith, McNally Robinson, Resto Gare, Mona Lisa Ristorante, Le Garage, Inferno's, Pasquale's Ristorante and Blind Tiger.  She has also had repeat performances at larger venues including Club Regent Casino and McPhillips Station Casino, the Metropolitan Entertainment Center, the Cube in the Exchange District, Leo Mol Sculpture Gardens, and for the last four years in a row, has performed at the Winnipeg International Jazz Festival. Nadia has also had the pleasure of performing with the Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra, at the Rady JCC for their Music 'N' Mavens concert series, for the Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival, the Women In Jazz concert at the Park Theatre, and has performed on CTV Morning Live. Releasing her debut album to a packed crowd at McPhillips Station Casino, Nadia has had airplay on CBC Radio, 107.1FM, 93.7CNJU, UMFM, and 95.9CKUW. She has performed many corporate and private events including “Nadia’s Jazzy Christmas”, house concerts, and also weddings.

Corporate Events include:

Winnipeg Dental Association – RBC Convention Centre

Winnipeg Real Estate Association – RBC Convention Centre

Event Professionals Cocktail Evening – Manitoba Club

MLS Wine and Cheese Reception – Manitoba Legislature

Anna Lang Fashion Show – The Metropolitan Event Centre

Private bookings  

 *A "fiery singer" whose vocal career has "skyrocketed"

     ~ Maureen Scurfield, Winnipeg Free Press*