Jeannette d'Armand

Jeannette d'Armand


A torchy, witty songstress with great chops. Sultry renditions of standards new and old, influenced by Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughn on up to Joni Mitchell. Her style combines great musicianship with powerful storytelling.


Jeannette d’Armand’s love of music was inspired at an early age by a family whose professional musical careers span three generations. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in drama from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and has since performed a varied body of work. In 2000, she sang as soloist in Cirque du Soleil’s Las Vegas production, "Mystère." Since moving to Seattle, she has appeared as guest artist with the Seattle Men’s Chorus, sharing the stage with Kristin Chenoweth; in Intiman Theatre’s annual smash hit, "Black Nativity"; with composer Amy Denio in the European tour of "Non Lo So, Polo"; in Seattle Opera’s "Turandot"; as a member of The Esoterics and in her own cabarets. She was recently chosen one of the top three finalists in The Duplex’s "Stars of Tomorrow" contest in New York and will be performing there in the coming year. In the Fall of 2005, she was seen in the 5th Avenue Theatre's productions of Sweeney Todd and Sound of Music, as well as their informal educational Spotlight Night series.

In addition to performing, she has been Master Artist in Voice for Experience Music Project’s Advanced Apprenticeship Program, teaching voice to young singers. She also teaches voice at a Seattle high school and conducts private lessons.


I am currently working on my first CD which will encompass a number of genres. But! Up until now, I have been recorded on the following CD's:
Brian Butler's "Restless Street"
Amy Denio's "Non Lo So, Polo"
Seattle Men's Chorus "Fruit of the Month Club" Guest Artist as the Angel Voice on "Love Rain Down".

Set List

My set list includes but is not limited to the following:
You Can Always Count on Me
Lush Life
Round Midnight
Cactus Tree
Black Crow
Black Coffee
Cry Me A River
Girls of Summer
With Every Breath I Take (Cy Coleman/David Zippel)
Saga of Jenny (Weill)
Prelude to a Kiss
Darn That Dream
Willow Weep for Me
Orange Colored Sky
Day In Day Out
That's Him
You Took Advantage of Me
Like A Shiver (composed by Charles Baker, Seattle)
The Broccoli Song (Jeannette d'Armand original Jazz piece)
Can't Help Lovin' 'Dat Man
Blues in the Night
Sing My Heart
I Never Has Seen Snow
Losing My Mind
This Time the Dream's on Me
It Can Never Be That Way Again
Body and Soul
You Can't Take That Away from Me
Court and Spark
Help Me