Treble Makers is a quartet of four soul-stirring women who perform fun and saucy songs sung in colorful and delicious four-part harmony. They will delight you with a blend of swingin' jazz tunes, rockin' oldies, heart-felt folk songs and moving world music.
The group was formed in 2002 and is directed and accompanied by noted Bay Area jazz vocalist and choral director Ellen Robinson. As openings arise, new singers are invited to audition. This group is currently filled.
Treble Makers perform at open mic settings, retirement homes, coffee houses, locals venues and private parties. They also perform a yearly concert at a major venue in the Bay Area.
Clockwise from top:
Ellen Robinson, Holly Coates-Bash, June Kamerling, Naomi Baran,
Photo by Reenie Raschke
Ellen Robinson with
Ben Flint and Dan Feiszli
Sun. Dec. 7
Listen to Ellen's new CD
"Don't Wait Too Long"
Ellen has been awarded the prestigious Jefferson Award for her community service through her music. [Watch video!]