Master of arts (Jazz Vocals) – Conservatory of Amsterdam.
Bachelor of music (Jazz Vocals) with minor in education – Royal Conservatoire in the Hague
Over 4 years of teaching students of all levels, from beginners to conservatory students, and professional musicians.
Petrošiūtė is performing in various jazz settings, venues and festivals mostly with her Egle Petrosiute Group and a world music band Samba da Minha Terra. She has had chances to sing with several great orchestras Jazz Philharmonic Orchestra of St. Petersburg, Vilnius Jazz Orchestra, LRT Light Music Orchestra, The Magic Time Orchestra, Amstel Big Band and the Jazz Orchestra of the Concertgebouw. With own bands and as a guest singer Petrošiūtė has already performed in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Hungary, Sweden, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany and Brazil. She is currently working on her debut CD with Egle Petrosiute Group which will be released in 2019.
Composed by J. Fred Coots, lyrics by Haven Gillespie
Arranged by Eglė Petrošiūtė
Egle Petrosiute – vocals
Timothy Banchet – piano
Matheus Nicolaiewsky – double bass
Jamie Peet – drums
audio by Olhof
video by Gijs Dierselhuis
Master of arts (piano jazz), Royal conservatoire in the Hague
Bachelor of music (jazz piano), Royal Conservatoire in the Hague
French teaching certificate (Diplome d’etat), CESMD Toulouse, France
Prize in theory, Toulouse conservatoire, France
Over 15 years of teaching students of all levels, from beginners to conservatory students and professional musicians.
Performing solo recitals, concerts with orchestra and bands, studios recordings, theater productions (Lion King, Beauty and the beast, Billy Elliot, Miss Saigon) in a variety of venues and festivals in The Netherlands and elsewhere.
In his new jazz album, pianist Guillaume Marcenac invites the Dutch voices Nadja Filtzer, Jurgen Donkers, Tess, Bryony Burns and Patricia Wisse, to give a new boost to the old French songs from his childhood. Their tone transforms these popular melodies with their gypsy jazz colours, brought about by the piano-double bass-guitar trio.
Each arrangement reflects many palettes and colors of the pianist’s musical universe, sublimating the singers’ different timbres and styles: cabaret for Nadja, Swing for Jurjen, modern jazz for Patricia, french glamour for Tess and sensuality for Bryony.