Adele M. Wilding


Adele M. Wilding


Adèle M . Wilding is a contemporary jazz vocalist, composer and indie jazz artist. She is the Inaugural Winner of the 2005 BWA Nina Simone Award ((London, UK). Wilding's latest recordings include Shepherds (2016), her cover of the Bruce Cockburn carol, with Vancouver side men Dan Reynolds (piano), Marcos Flo (bass) and Adam Cormier (drums), and 'pas de deux' (2020), with acclaimed Canadian jazz pianist/multi-instrumentalist, Miles Black.

Latest live music and collaborative projects:

- 'Caribbean and Blue', a showcase of jazz standards and originals fused with Caribbean grooves

- Original blues/gospel co-writes with Canadian vocalist & songwriter, Darlene Cooper (of Wild Blue Herons)

Wilding recently launched the well received livestream series, 'Studio 3 Jazz Livestream: Live from Treaty One Territory', performing with Winnipeg sidemen Bert Johnson (piano), Luc Guenette (bass), and in a Christmas show with Jesse Popeski (guitar). Wilding is currently working towards a new EP and new songwriting collaboration for 2022.

Wilding is also on faculty as Voice Instructor with the Winnipeg Conservatory of Music.




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