“A captivating jazz singer...”         

Jim Dwyer, New York Times                                                                                           


Singer Jeanne O’Connor can’t be confined to one genre or musical style, although there is a jazzy spirit – and a free-flowing musicality -- in everything she sings.   She has brought her swinging, subtle and soulful vocals to stages in New York City, the greater U.S., and Europe.  She divides her time between New York City and Saratoga Springs, where she teaches voice.  A multi-faceted singer, Jeanne works with a wide variety of jazz and pop ensembles -- as you'll see on this site!


Wednesday, March 28
6 - 9 p.m. 
Jeanne O'Connor and Azzaam Hameed
The Glass Tavern
115 Saratoga Road, Socha Plaza


Saturday, March 31
9 - 12 p.m.
The Jeanne O'Connor Jazz Trio
with Peg Delaney, keyboard, and Pete Toigo, bass
Speakeasy 518
42 Howard St., Albany


JEANNE O'CONNOR Jazz Ensembles.  For much of her career, Jeanne has explored the different corners of the jazz world, appearing with small jazz ensembles, vocal groups, and big bands.   Her swing, scat, and samba can be heard on her debut CD Something’s Coming  Listen below.


STRING OF PEARLS. The celebrated female jazz vocal trio. Listen to Sukiyaki below:

  A unique jazz/swing/soul duo with NYC singer Richard Lanham.  
Listen to Nothing Like You below: 

JEANNE AND AZZAAM.  A duo with keyboardist Azzaam Hameed that offers a beguiling mix of jazz, Latin music, and old-school R&B gems. Check out the funky Close To You below:

JEANNE O'CONNOR & THE NEW STANDARD.  A NY Capital Region group that re-interprets great songs from the 60s and 70s with lush vocal harmonies and great grooves.   Listen Here.