Vocalist Renée Tannenbaum appeared at a variety of venues in her native Canada and in Italy before moving to New York City in 1996. There, she was a founding member of Treble, a female a cappella group which performed its eclectic repertoire in clubs around Manhattan. Renée has been living and singing in Washington since 2001, appearing as featured vocalist with Dial 251 for Jazz, Night & Day, the Seth Kibel Quartet, the Hot Club of DC gypsy jazz band and now fronting her own combo.
Singing jazz standards in four languages, Renée has performed at D.C.'s best venues including, the legendary Blues Alley, Alice's Jazz and Cultural Society, Mr. Henry's, Bistrot Lepic, the National Press Club and Twins Jazz, as well as An Die Musik in Baltimore and prestigious concerts including, the Live! on Woodrow Wilson Plaza summer concert series, the Take Five jazz series at the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the National Gallery of Art’s Jazz in the Garden concert series. She also tours annually with the Rick and Renée Duo in Italy and the Czech Republic.