Seth Fruiterman
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Seth Fruiterman

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"Seth Fruiterman Quote Sheet"

“Seth is someone I'm going to keep my ears open to –
so creative, so musical.”
-Luciana Souza

“His writing is fantastic; Seth has a wonderful future ahead of him.”
-David Liebman

“Seth has a rare talent; he emotes with his voice,
grabs your attention, and brings you in wanting more.”
-Peter Eldridge
[New York Voices,
Grammy-Award Winning Vocal Group]

“The other day I heard Seth sing, and I was totally blown away-
he has a BEAUTIFUL pure voice, a…finely tuned instrument
that gave me instant goose-bumps!“

“An accomplished singer-composer in his own right”
-Time Out New York

– United Press International
- From Press & Artists


1 EP available upon request.



Singer, accordionist, and composer Seth Fruiterman leads an expandable quartet, in which he takes a well-known song, keeps the melody intact, and goes Jackson Pollack on the rest of it. He has been featured in such New York clubs as Birdland, The Jazz Standard, Joe’s Pub, the Oak Room, and has been heard on New York’s NPR affiliate, WNYC. Seth has often worked with singer-songwriter Peter Eldridge (of the New York Voices) and has also performed with Luciana Souza, Kate McGarry, Tim Lefevre (bassist for Wayne Krantz) and Ben Wittman (drummer for Jonatha Brooke). Recently performing a sold-out night at the Cornelia Street Café, Seth is quickly becoming a New York favorite, with his high-energy, art-entertainment shows.
“I enjoy self-expression through music, but I’m also conscience that there are people listening, and they want to be entertained” says Seth. He gives his audience music that they already know and love, in original and imaginative ways. The songs are intricately arranged with a full spectrum of harmonic color for voice and piano trio; there are fierce backbeat grooves, arm-hair-raising ballads, and laugh-out-loud silly songs. There are also cutting-edge improvisations, a constant stream of surprise special guests, and at times, a television show atmosphere. For intellectuals and music lovers, for baby boomers and children of the 80’s, this music is both brain-food and decadent nostalgia.