CeCe Gable is a consummate jazz performer who has sung in clubs and venues throughout the US, Europe and Japan. She has produced 4 cds to critical acclaim and continues to offer concerts and clinics. Originally, from Barberton, Ohio she now lives in the Reno Tahoe Area where she has been a featured Guest Artist with the Reno Jazz Orchestra, the Reno Philharmonic, the Reno Pops and the Carson Symphony. CeCe is a published author, seasoned and passionate collaborative lyricist, composer and publisher. Her repertoire spans genres and generations and she has presented a diverse repertoire from Sondheim and Weil to Monk and Gershwin and is best known for her interpretation of the American Songbook. A consummate jazz cabaret performer, she has sung in jazz clubs throughout the United States and Europe including New Orleans, Las Vegas, Palm Springs, Fiji, Munich, Athens and at New York City’s Iridium with Les Paul. She recently toured with the Akio Sasajima Trio throughout Japan and has been a featured guest artist with the Reno Philharmonic, The Reno Pops Orchestra and the Carson City Symphony. She has presented the works of George Gershwin, Thelonious Monk, Stephen Sondheim and Kurt Weill to rave reviews in a variety of venues. According to Metroland (Albany, NY), CeCe Gable is a performer who exudes warmth, sophistication, a generous stage presence and rare versatility. A unique, compelling performer with a style and sound all her own, CeCe has been compared to the song stylists of the ’50’s with a contemporary twist. Admired as a “quiet surprise” by audiences nationwide, CeCe has become known for delivering an honest performance and has prompted more than one audience member to say “When you sing I see the music flow through you and I believe you.” Richard Feldman, stage director and arts critic for The Record (Troy, NY) asserts that “CeCe Gable is one of those rare performers whose mellow vocals, stylistic sophistication, diversity of material and intimate delivery combine perfectly to convince us that she’s singing to each of us…personally.