Friday May 2, 2014 6PM at The Stax Museum Memphis TN. A pre-release "release party" for the new CD "Blues For My Father" !! Stay tuned for more CD party info for the New York area.... Official release date June 17, 2014.
Saturday, October 19, 2013 6PM - 8PM
Saint Frances A.M.E. Zion Church presents An Evening of Elegance featuring
Vaneese Tomas and her Quartet. Jazz / Blues café.
18 Smith St., Port Chester, NY 10573
VT and band live at The Riverside Blues And BBQ Festival Greenfield, MA Sunday October 13th at 4PM.More info here! VT back in Memphis! Vaneese will be performing in Memphis TN. October 6 at 7:30 PM at The Levitt Shell. She'll be playing the Blues as part of her Memphis heritage. There will be spaecial guests!
Vaneese Thomas and her full band at NYCs The Sugar Bar! 2 Nights - September 3 and 10 at 8 PM.... Only $10.00 A fantastic club owned by Valerie Simpson. Get a great meal, great drinks and all the Memphis Blues you can handle when VT brings her traditional Blues show to New York City.... 254 W. 72nd St. New York,NY 10023 212-579-0222. See you there!
The Rob Mathes Christmas Concert. Friday, December 21 and Saturday December 22, 8PM at The Performing Arts Center, Purchase College 735 Anderson Hill Rd., Prchase, NY 10577 914-251-6200 Go to www.artscenter.org
Charity concert November 30th 2012 at Irvington Town Hall Theater for wounded veterans featuring Bernie Williams. 7:30 PM
Memphis Music Hall Of Fame awards Memphis, TN November 29th 2012
Review of "Too Hot To Handel" with the Grand Rapids Symphony.....
REVIEW EXCERPT: "Symphony with Soul" brings crowd to feet with contemporary twist on Handel's "Messiah"
By Jeffrey Kaczmarczyk... The GR Press. February 28, 2010
Vaneese Thomas performs with the Grand Rapids Symphony in their Too Hot to
Handel performance Saturday night at the DeVos Place.
Frideric Handel composed his famous "Hallelujah" Chorus, he claimed afterward
that, as he wrote, "I thought I saw the face of God."
Were he on hand
Saturday evening in DeVos Performance Hall, Handel might have added that he
heard the voice, too.
capstone to "Too Hot to Handel," a contemporary twist on Handelís oratorio "Messiah,"
was big and loud and had an audience of 1,477 on its feet and clapping to the
Rapids Symphony's ninth annual "Symphony with Soul" concert featured the
orchestra, guest soloists and the Grand Rapids Symphony Community Chorus in a
rollicking, updated version of Handel's 268-year-old oratorio.
Rapids Symphony "Symphony with Soul" concert was inaugurated by music director
David Lockington to break down cultural barriers. "Too Hot to Handel" certainly
Folks, This is a picture of the great conductor and musician Duane Davis. He conducted The Grand Rapids Symphony's first production of "Too Hot To Handel" this past weekend(Feb. 27). It was a smashing success! Please look for upcoming productions in 2010 of this work arranged by Bob Christianson and conducted by Marin Alsop.
Vaneese gigs with Pearl Jam
Vaneese and Pearl Jam at Madison Square Garden
Vaneese with Pearl Jam backstage at The Beacon
Past Performance Photos
Vaneese at Bergen College "Women Of Soul Tribute"
VT onstage at Lincoln Center "Target Free Thursday" show 7-21-11
Vaneese in Rimini, Italy "Women Of Soul Tribute"
Vaneese,Eric Clapton and Steve Jordan at Ahmet Ertegün Tribute
Vaneese ,Will Lee and James "D-Train" Williams at Rob Mathes Christmas Concert SUNY Purchase
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