Kim Maguire & Ron Peters
January 26 @ 8:00 pm11:00 pm
Jazz meets cabaret at The Tin Lizzie Lounge Speakeasy in the Marqueen Hotel.
A 2017 Seattle/Kobe Female Jazz Vocalist finalist, Kim has been a professional performer, educator, director, and producer for the past 30 years, having worked all over the U.S. in cabaret, jazz, musical theatre, and opera. Privileged to share the stage with such greats as Eric Idle, Frank Langella, Juliet Prowse, and Robert Goulet, Kim has been seen on many regional stages including Houston Grand Opera, Theatre Under the Stars in Houston, Fifth Ave. Theatre, Benaroya Hall, Village Theatre and SecondStory Repertory among others. Notable jazz clubs include Tula’s, Egan’s Jamhouse in Ballard, The North City Bistro, Boxleys (RIP), The Musicquarium at The Triple Door and Trocaderos Nightclub in New York (RIP).
Highly versatile, Kim’s sounds are intimate and polished. She is at home in many musical genres, including swing, vintage and classical jazz, musical theatre jazz, and Bossa Nova. She also offers contemporary sounds with remarkable freshness and depth.
“Sumptuous… unabashed joyousness…
perfectly calibrated delicacy and warmth.”
RON PETERS ~
Ron Peters is, according to Just Jazz Guitar magazine, a great jazz guitarist who has the ability to play sensitive and melodic solos, and is wonderful at developing a high level of intimacy and creativity in his playing, with unrestrained imagination. An alumnus of the world-renowned Berklee College of Music in Boston MA, he has worked with such greats as The Manhattan Transfer, Chevy Chase, Debby Boone, The Don Ellis Orchestra, as well as the internationally acclaimed local gypsy jazz group Pearl Django, just to name a few.