Teresa is a popular Jazz Vocalist performing in the Denver Colorado area.
Teresa has been singing for so long and has so much to sing about! “Jazz is my life, my passion! I am constantly learning and studying music and adding to my repertoire from this wonderful music we call Jazz.”
Teresa can be heard regularly on the Denver Jazz circuit and stays busy. She performs at many different venues including Nocturne Jazz Club,The Crimson Room, The Golden Hotel, Caffe Sole, The Brown Palace, Nonna’s Chicago Bistro and La Cour Art Bar.
The Golden Hotel – First & Third Thursdays of the month
Celebrating 8 years at The Golden Hotel! The Bridgewater Grill features Teresa with her quartet playing from 6-9pm. Every first and third Thursday of the month. http://www.thegoldenhotel.com
First Saturday of the month at La Cour
Catch Teresa at La Cour through out the year as she sings from 7-10pm every first Saturday of the month in 2018. Featuring some of Denver’s finest Pianists! Join us at this wonderful charming Caberet on South Broadway.
Located at 1643 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80210 303-777-5000 www.denversartbar.com
Gabriells Restaraunt & Tuscan Bar – Every third Sunday
We’ll be on the patio with the amazing views this Sunday at Gabriel’s Restautant in Sedalia CO.
Join me with Stuart MacAskie at the piano. Wonderful fare and libations.
5450 Manhart Ave, Sedalia, CO 80135 303-688-2323 http://www.gabrielsdenver.com
“When Teresa sings, she turns a cozy little restaurant in Denver into the Algonquin Hotel in New York City” – Gary Dempsy, pianist
“A baseline measure as to just how well Ms Carroll is capable of singing is her ravishingly ardent reading of the contemporary standard-All My Tomorrows” – Alan Bargebuhr, All Music 2/06/2014
We hope to hear from you soon, either to hire us for an event or join us some night in one of the many venues we play. We are available for hire for weddings, private parties, corporate events, festivals and any event requiring music.
“Teresa’s style is all her own, when she get’s inside a ballad, she can break your heart.” – Westword