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Aura Urziceanu

Aura Urziceanu

Aura Urziceanu

born December 14, 1946, Bucharest

Aura Urziceanu is a jazz singer and songwriter from Romania, considered one of the most Romanian important voices of the genre. In 1966, she stands out in jazz with an adaptation of the Romanian Rhapsody no. 1 by George Enescu.

In 1972, Aura Urziceanu makes her international debut on stage at Carnegie Hall, with the band of pianist and head of orchestra, Duke Ellington. She played alongside other big names of jazz music, such as singer Ella Fitzgerald, pianists Bill Evans, Ahmad Jamal, Hank Jones, head of orchestra Quincy Jones, trumpeters Dizzy Gillespie and Thad Jones, saxophonist Paul Desmond, guitarist Joe Pass and drummer Mel Lewis.

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