CATHY SEGAL-GARCIA (818)599-3292


Sunday June 16th The “After-the-beginner’s-level-Scat Class”
Would you like to improve your Scat? This class is especially for singers above the level of Beginner but perhaps underneath the level of Intermediate.
DEFINITELY USER-FRIENDLY! 11:30 am – 3:00 pm $35




Saturday July 6 Rosana Eckert CD Release Party Held at The G Spot in Highland Park (One of L.A.’s best home concert venues)
Address given when payment made. $25 8:00 – 10:00 pm
Sunday July 7 Rosana Eckert Vocal Workshop
She’ll be working through some of the concepts from her new book – a method of exercises and steps with regard to finding an adventurous yet authentic spirit in one’s music. $60 11:30 – 3:00 pm. Granada Hills. Bagels & Coffee!


Tues., July 9th Tuesday Interview // Tuesday Lunch With Abe
“Lunch With Abe” beginning precisely at 12:30pm PST.
Cathy, Larry Koonse, & Josh Nelson are on the radio, promoting their latest CD with Larry Koonse: “Dreamsville”
Abe Perlstein // Producer & Host // Tuesdays, 12:00-4:20pm PST
KEBF-FM, 97.3 & KZSR-FM 107.9 The Rock Streaming at: Fan page:


Held at The G Spot in Highland Park (One of L.A.’s best home concert venues) Address given when payment made.
Featuring Cathy Segal-Garcia, Josh Nelson on piano, and Larry Koonse on guitar.
“This trio setting, comprised of Voice, piano and guitar creates an openness and spaciousness in the arrangements which commands the listeners attention, not by an onslaught of sound but by the breathless expectation of what will happen next. Each instrument plays an integral part in filling out the soundscape yet the playing is imbued with a generosity of spirit which is more a conversation than the usual architecture of band and singer. ” ~~ Talley Sherwood, engineer


Friday, July 19, 2019
Cathy Segal-Garcia, Larry Koonse, Josh Nelson appearing at the Segerstrom Arts Center in O.C.
We are the main artists: 8:00 – 9:00 600 town center drive, costa mesa, ca 92626 ALL ABOUT JAZZ:
Cathy Segal-Garcia, Larry Koonse & Josh Nelson Dreamsville Dash Hoffman Records 2019 Following up her The Jazz Chamber (Dash Hoffman, 2018), singer Cathy Segal-Garcia pares things down to a trio, with guitarist Larry Koonse and pianist Josh Nelson, for Dreamsville. Segal-Garcia, a rarified vocalist in any format, finds a plush comfort zone with these two singular players. This is a gentle recording that lives up to it somnolent title. There are no fireworks to be found among these beautifully disparate songs, only quiet ruminations, thoughtfully sung and performed by this obviously empathic trio. In the title song, Koonse and Nelson establish a method that expands throughout the eleven selections of the disc. While Koonse plays palm-muted single-note figures, Nelson summons the melodies from the compositions, with occasional forays into clever counterpoint between guitar and piano. This method is also demonstrated in an ebullient performance of “September in the Rain.” The trio extends its counterpoint study to a logical conclusion on a vocalese performance of Domenico Scarlatti’s Keyboard Sonata in B minor (L. 33). The performance is a pensive one, weaving together patches of Baroque precision and subtle impressionism. Segal-Garcia also courageously covers Horace Silver’s “Lonely Woman” (complete with Leonard Feather lyrics) as a drifting ballad, devoid of any hard bop undertones. The singer proves a master of direction when casting songs on the whim of her fertile creativity. The guitar-piano combination is provocative and effective for Segal-Garcia’s project. Writers like to call Segal-Garcia a “singer’s singer.” I can think of nothing better.

Thursday July 25th is Cathy’s residency at the L.A. Athletics Club
The 4th Thursday of the month features Cathy & the great jazz musicians (usually Mark Massey, Dave Ross, Nolan Shaheed, Ricky Woodard) and the creator of the “Living Jazz Legends”, Linda Morgan, who will be giving a”Living Legends Award” to one or two of our jazz treasures…TBA.
This is one of the last remaining private clubs in the history of Los Angeles. The lounge is like a plush living room. The bar is great and the food is excellent and not very expensive for a lot of the items. It’s a true downtown experience! With great jazz!
7:00 pm to 9:30 pm. $10 cover
Contact Dave Ross –
for reservations and info/parking.

Friday July 26th – Cathy and Mon David will share a gig in tribute to several historic jazz vocalists – At the World Stage in Degnan Park. Cathy and fellow jazz singer Mon David appearing together at the well-known venue, THE WORLD STAGE in Degnan Park, Los Angeles.
This will be a spectacular night, filled with beautiful music and adventure!
Mon and Cathy are tributing Bill Evans, Mark Murphy,
Abbey Lincoln, and Andy Bey!
Joining them this evening is a trio made up of Todd Hunter on piano, Ahmet Seizin on bass, and Chris Wabich on drums.
$20 cover   9:00 PM 12 AM   The World Stage 4321 Degnan Blvd – Phone:Los Angeles, CA 90008

Saturday, July 27, 2019
Workshop for Vocalists & Instrumentalists:
11:30 AM 3:00 PM -Granada hills, CA 91344
FEE: $60
You’re making a CD because you’re an artist who wants to share your vision. You’re ready to invest a lot of time, energy, heart and soul — and MONEY — in your project, and you want to make sure it gets the maximum possible exposure. The fact is, making and distributing a CD is both an artistic venture and a business. YOUR MARKETING PLAN BEGINS THE MOMENT YOU COMMIT TO MAKING A NEW CD. In this seminar, we explore the CD business from soup to nuts and the choices you can make right from the start to make sure your project is successful. We’ll discuss topics like budgeting, choosing a repertoire that’s both artistically and commercially viable, working with a producer, the benefits and drawbacks of using a record label, CD package design (do’s and don’ts) the ins and outs of publicity & radio promotion, social media marketing, Spotify playlists, and much more.
Judy Wexler has headlined jazz festivals performing arts centers and major clubs nationally and internationally. She has released five CDs which have all topped the national JazzWeek radio charts as well as garnering critical acclaim in DownBeat and JazzTimes and a profile on NPR.

Friday, August 2, 2019 FISH to BIRDS appears at the Brand Library & Art Center in Glendale / Plaza Series /
7:00 PM 8:30 PM
Brand Library & Art Center 1601 W
Mountain St, Glendale, CA 91201
Performing since 2012 at LA
venues the Blue Whale, Catalina
Jazz Club, the E Spot at Vitello’s,
Alva’s Showroom, WitZend, Curve Line Space, Redcat/Disney Hall and many more, Fish to Birds blends their individual abilities as singers and musicians to
create varied group improvisations, incorporating jazz, body percussion, storytelling, on-the-spot harmonizing and lyric-writing, African music and any other inspirations that occur in the moment. The result is a creative, free-flowing, often humorous and always unexpected musical adventure.
· Admission is free. Performance runs 60 – 90 minutes without intermission.
· Seating is limited and first come first served; no reserved seating.
· The Plaza seats 75 – 90 people for a performance. Visitors are welcome to bring a chair or blanket and sit on the grassy hillsides in Brand Park.

Sunday, August 4, 2019
ALAN WEXLER – Important Workshop on Websites and Social Media!
11:30 AM 3:00 PM
As an artist, you know how important it is to have a strong online presence.
But it’s a big, confusing topic that most artists don’t have the time or inclination to learn much about.
In this workshop, Alan will cover the basics of what you need to know about living online successfully. A good web site is the starting point for connecting with fans, clubs, and reviewers. He’ll discuss, in clear and simple terms, what makes a good web site and the different technologies that are popular today. He’ll also discuss how to integrate Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with your web site and online marketing activities, as well as using automated email marketing services like Mail Chimp and Constant Contact.
Cost: $60
(If you cannot come, contact me about an online connection)
11:30 to 3:00 pm Bagels and coffee included. 🙂

Wednesday, August 7, 2019 Cathy & John Leftwich at Mr. Musichead Gallery, in the Just Jazz Wednesday night series
· 7:30 PM 9:00 PM
7420 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood 90046
CATHY & bassist, musical director, engineer, arranger, composer JOHN LEFTWICH
bring their Chamber orchestra to MR. MUSICHEAD GALLERY,
John Leftwich, has toured with everyone from Dizzy Gillespie, Carmen McCrae,
Chet Baker to Rickie Lee Jones, and currently Hubert Laws, and for several decades has been working for filmmaker Bruce Weber.
** $15-$25 TICKETS
DOORS OPEN AT 6:30P — MUSIC STARTS AT 7:30P. VIP reserved guests receive guaranteed seating and 2 free drinks. Limited seating.

7:00 pm 9:30 pm — $17/$13 tickets
Arroyo seco golf course 1055 lohman lane south pasadena ca 91030
THE BLUE GUITAR CLUB features live music in a listening room environment every wednesday and thursday evening at 7pm.
The arroyo seco grill has food and full bar. You can bring your own bottle of wine for $10 corkage.
Nolan Shaheed and Cathy have been working together for a long time. He has an amazing performing history, playing for people like Duke Ellington, the Count Basie orchestra, being the musical director for Marvin Gaye. He’s the top athlete runner in his age group for the planet, award winning. He’s had a recording studio in Pasadena for decades, which has recorded hundreds of great musicians and singers. He also performed at Cathy’s curated jazz series, saturday night jazz, in downtown l.A.
Nolan and Cathy share the same positive, fun point of view, and the evening is sure to be great music and great fun!
Limited seating, buy yours early! 🙂 see you there….