Susan Pascal Performs for Women of Jazz
In 2014 For the Love of Jazz joined forces with CAAW to bring to Reno four incredibly talented jazz musicians to help celebrate the tradition of women in jazz music.
The artistic lineup was Mimi Fox on guitar, Cindy Browne on bass, Susan Pascal on vibes, and Jason Lewis on drums.
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Seattle jazz vibraphonist Susan Pascal has taken her music through four tours of Singapore and concerts, workshops and clinics across the United States. Her Pacific Northwest appearances include the Earshot Jazz Festival and Centrum Jazz Port Townsend, and as a special guest artist with theSeattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, the Seattle Baroque Orchestra, and Seattle’s Gypsy jazz group, Pearl Django.
Pascal’s eclectic musical interests are reflected in her own projects. Susan Pascal’s SOUL SAUCE quintet is a tribute to Latin jazz icon Cal Tjader, and her new BRAZIL PROJECTband features the rich rhythmic and melodic traditions of Brazil. Her straight-ahead jazz group, the SUSAN PASCAL QUARTET has been nominated twice for Best Acoustic Group by Seattle’s Earshot Jazz.
Pascal is heard on motion picture soundtracks including “The Wedding Planner”, “Office Space”, ”Eulogy” and “Mirror, Mirror” and is a guest artist on recordings by vocalist Greta Matassa, “All This and Heaven Too,” "And to All a Good Night," and "The Smiling Hour"; the Vern Sielert’s Dektet recording, "From There to Here"; slide guitarist Orville Johnson’s “Slide and Joy”; and many others.
"Fluid stick work and coherent, compact solos
make this vibraphonist a delight."
—The Stranger, Seattle
—All About Jazz
“blazing 4-mallet technique”