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"One of the most important
Latin American jazz artists of our time" 

George Varga, San Diego Union-Tribune


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Miami-Dade County Auditorium, Miami

Doral Cultural Arts Center, Miami

Vitellos Supper Club, Los Angeles

UCLA Semel Auditorium, Los Angeles

The Eclectic Music Festival, Pasadena

San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego

Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington DC

The Loft, San Diego

Biola University, Los Angeles

Latin American Music Festival, San Diego

Berbers Supper Club, San Francisco

Le Chat Noir Jazz Club, Miami

The Betsy Hotel Music Series, Miami




Real Carlos Theater, Aranjuez

Clamores Theater, Madrid

Café Central, Madrid

Bogui Jazz Club, Madrid

Berlin Café, Madrid

Harlem Jazz Club, Barcelona

El Continental, Barcelona

Garufa, Corunha

Luar, Santiago de Compostela




National Auditorium “Lunario,” Mexico City

Main Plaza “Zocalo,” Mexico City

Angela Peralta Theater, Mexico City

Julio Castillo Theater, Mexico City

Guanajuato International Film Festival

CECUT Theater, Tijuana

Pablo Villavicencio Theater, Culiacan

Luminaria Festival, Atizapan

San Miguel Allende International Jazz Festival

Felipe Villanueva Theater, Toluca

Quimera Festival, Metepece

Festival de las Almas, Valle de Bravo

Festival CEIBA, Tabasco

Jose Alfredo Jimenez Festival, Dolores Hidalgo

Irapuato Jazz Festival, Irapuato




CARIFESTA International Festival, Haiti

CLAZZ International Jazz Festival

Fedenador Theater, Guayaquil

Fepade Auditorium, San Salvador

El Salvador International Jazz Festival

Dick Smith Theater, Guatemala City

Chico Museum, Bogota


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Regarded as “one of the top Latin American jazz singers of our time” (George Varga, San Diego Union-Tribune), award-winning international recording artist Julia Vari sings in eight different languages and has enchanted audiences around the globe for over a decade with her unique fusions of pop, jazz, world music, and Latin rhythms.  Her shows range from an intimate piano-vocal one-woman show to a Big Band extravaganza, and everything in-between.

Vari’s diverse repertoire spans across both genres and decades, and her creative musical arrangements, extraordinary stage presence, and remarkable vocal agility have brought her considerable success worldwide, including five solo albums, a recent Hollywood Music in Media nomination, and performances at festivals and theaters such as Mexico City’s National Auditorium “Lunario,” Real Carlos Aranjuez Theater in Spain, National Arts Center in Ottawa, the CLAZZ International Latin Jazz Festival, and the Eclectic Music Festival in Los Angeles.  

Both her second and third albums soared to the Top 5 of the Jazz-Blues charts in Latin America, competing with artists such as Michael Buble and Diana Krall, and leading Vari to share the stage and collaborate with musical icons such as GRAMMY-winning artists, engineers and producers Arturo Sandoval, Armando Manzanero, Luciana Souza, Francisco Cespedes, Negroni's Trio, Otmaro Ruíz, John Daversa, Charlie Sepúlveda, Harry Aponte, Oscar Zambrano, Oscar Autie, and Robert Hadley.  

Currently based in Miami, Vari is a voting member of the GRAMMY Recording Academy, BMI songwriter, William Morris Endeavor voiceover artist, and a headliner/Guest Entertainer on luxury cruise lines.


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Julia Vari & Negroni's Trio

Bogui Jazz Club
Madrid, Spain

Big Band Concert
Red Tie Arts Festival, California

"Boleros del alma"
Real Carlos Theater, Spain



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