With a voice that has been compared to Streisand, Blossom Deerie, Cleo Lane and Ella Fitzgerald, singer and pianist Georgette Labrèche seamlessly weaves her way from Gershwin to Cole Porter, Sinatra to Billy Joel, through Andrew Lloyd-Webber, Michel Legrand and Alec Wilder. A musical "stylist," she has developed a creative, lyrical approach to a melody that is uniquely her own. Georgette arranges and interprets each song to create something that is at once comfortably familiar yet appealingly fresh.

Georgette has been classically trained in both piano and voice in the United States and Canada. She graduated from Our Lady of Angels Academy and McGill University in Montreal with a double major in Music Education & Piano and Voice. A native New Englander, she has been a singer-pianist-composer and teacher in the Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut areas for many years.

Georgette's seventeen years of piano studies, culminating at McGill, enable her to perform well over five hundred selections ranging from classical and jazz to contemporary pop. She has also written and published (ASCAP) two "folk" Masses and several children's songs, served as a private school system choral director and is also a music minister and choral director at St. Joseph Church, Hope Valley, Rhode Island. Georgette's talents are widely recognized, highly regarded and she has developed a strong local following.