MYRIAM PHIRO is an internationally-recognized French-Canadian actress, jazz singer, dancer and cabaret chanteuse who has performed on stages and in theaters worldwide. Her recent performances include sold-out concerts at world-famous the Rainbow Room, 54 Below, the Iridium Jazz club & Metropolitan Room in NYC as well as at Montreal’s International Jazz Festival & Montreux Jazz Festival. Her performing endeavors brought her to collaborate and share the stage with renowned artists such as Harry Connick Jr, Janis Siegel, Nicki Parrott, Marilyn Maye, Frank Vignola and Vince Giordano. Ms Phiro’s performances feature a fresh take on jazz and French standards as well as the famous tunes of the Great American Songbook, all topped up with a delightful international flavor and a certain “joie de vivre”. On March 6th, she will be headlining the Iridium Jazz Club with her all-female international Jazz band ‘’MARIPOSA’’; a project that invites the audience to join 5 talented ladies on a musical and cultural journey on the wings of empowerment. Her debut full-length Jazz album “Voyages” received a nomination for a MAC Award in the “Best album” category. She was also a recipient of the “Hot House Jazz Awards” nomination in the “Best New Jazz Artist” category.
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“The versatile young singer is a pro with a special sound. [...] She is disarming. [...] Myriam Phiro’s captivating vocal stylings and choices are instantly attractive and reveal even deeper enjoyment factor on repeat plays. […] This is the kind of album you want to keep in the player for frequent voyages, to sample Voyages many pleasures. It’s good company.”
–Rob Lester, Talkin’ Broadway (On "Voyages" album)
“I fell in love with her the way I fell in love with Julie Delpy when she sang at the end of Before Sunset. Her voice is not just beautiful. It’s also friendly and inviting, and at times intoxicating”
–Michael Doherty, Michael Doherty’s Music Log, 2015
“Myriam Phiro’s voice translates the tones of an era and the emotions that go with it. With the chosen songs, she embodies the perfect re-enactment of a mix between Edith Piaf and Marilyn Monroe; deep, powerful, fun and sexy all at once.” –Miguel Dominguez; NYC Culture & Style Magazine