About Julia Vari
Currently one of the most well-known jazz-world music artists in Latin America, international recording artist Julia Vari has dazzled and charmed audiences with her extraordinary stage presence and outstanding vocal technique at the most important festivals and theaters throughout the world, including recent performances at the Mexico City’s National Auditorium “Lunario,” Vitello’s Supper Club in Los Angeles, the National Arts Centre in Ottawa, and Clamores Theater in Madrid. Vari’s unparalleled vocal charisma is at equally home with jazz, pop, Latin, world rhythms, and classical genres. This multilingual singer-songwriter and pianist has toured extensively through the U.S., Mexico, Latin America, and Spain behind a pair of chart-topping jazz-world music album releases: Lumea: Songs of the World in Jazz, followed by Adoro (featuring Armando Manzanero). Both albums soared to the top of the jazz-blues charts in Latin America, competing with artists such as Michael Buble and Diana Krall and allowing Vari to share the stage and collaborate with musical icons such as Grammy winner Arturo Sandoval, Armando Manzanero, John Avila (Oingo Boingo), Grammy-winning producer Robert Hadley, Latin Grammy-winning producer Mario Santos, and Latin Grammy-nominated artist Francisco Cespedes. Based between Miami, Los Angeles and Mexico, Vari studied voice and piano at the renowned Eastman School of Music. She is a proud voting member of the Latin Recording Academy (LARAS), a BMI songwriter, and a William Morris Endeavor (WME) Agency VoiceOver artist.