Therese Curatolo is a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, globally acclaimed vocalist that lights up any room with her effervescent energy, charisma and retro vibe. Therese prides herself on her wit, humor, and honest approach to songwriting being touted as “a modern day Joni Mitchell.” Her recent releases have been described as retro pop reminiscent of HAIM, The Night Game and Fickle Friends. She has lent her voice to several established groups, such as Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox, Scary Pockets and Cirque du Soleil, touring worldwide and amassing over 1,000,000 Spotify streams and 7,000,000 views on YouTube. Fans of her work with Scary Pockets and Postmodern Jukebox have called her a “singing pogo stick,” “a dynamic powerhouse” and a “vocal chameleon.” Therese has established herself as an artist on the rise singing alongside soul legends Stevie Wonder and Martha Reeves. Through the years, her versatile vocal power has taken her from the Metropolitan Opera to the big screen and iconic venues, like The Troubadour. Her last performance before the global pandemic was with Tony Award-winning, Broadway composer Jason Robert Brown, who referred to her performances as a “vocal master class.” Soon after, she released singles Tokyo and Babe in 2020, channeling `80s nostalgia and flirtatious energy. Braille is the next chapter in her retro chronicles, as she continues to transport fans back in time with a fresh take on familiar sounds. For the latest on Therese’s upcoming projects, follow her on Spotify and Instagram.
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