Cezanne Presents: Tianna Hall and the Houston Jazz Band

  • Cezanne Presents: Tianna Hall and the Houston Jazz Band

Dinner Menu curated by Executive Chef Jesse Cavazos
(not included in the admission fee)

Sweet Corn Chowder Soup | 9
Blue Crab, Chives, Tarragon Whipped Cream

Heirloom Tomato Carpaccio | 14
Shaved Red Onion, Whipped Goat Cheese, Saba, Fresh Basil

Spicy Crunchy Shrimp | 16
Ginger, Lemongrass, Shaved Red Onion, Herb Salad, Spicy White Wine Butter Sauce

Charcutier & Cheese | 21
Dried fruit, Almonds, Grapes, Whole Grain Mustard

Wild Caught Salmon | 24
Roasted Cauliflower, Cauliflower Puree, Lemon Caper Butter Sauce

Steak Frites | 32
Wagyu Flat Iron, Hand Cut French Fries,Roasted Garlic & Herb Compound Butter

Tianna Hall is a Grammy © recognized vocalist based in Houston, Texas. She attended the University of Houston where she majored in Vocal Performance and worked professionally in musical theatre and opera for many years before focusing her craft on vocal jazz.

She was mentored by composer, arranger and jazz pianist Paul English who helped her begin her career in jazz in 2004. She then quickly became and continues to be Houston's busiest & most sought after jazz vocalist.

Her vocals are influenced by artists of many genres including but not limited to Tony Bennett, Jane Monheit, Frank Sinatra, Ella Mae Morse,Michael Buble, Nancy LaMott, Ella Fitzgerald, Eva Cassidy, Kurt Elling, Sarah Vaughan, KD Lang, Karen Carpenter, Anne Murry, Nancy Wilson, Patti Labelle, Gladys Knight, Annie Lennox & many others.

Some recent performance venues include The Heights Theater as the opening act for dear friend and jazz legend Jane Monheit, The Museum of Fine Arts Houston (MFAH, Bayou Bend Collection, Spiegeltent), Minute Maid Park for the Houston Astros, Robertson Stadium for the Houston Dynamo, Jones Hall for the Progressive Forum's presentation of both Garrison Keillor & Frank Rich, Hobby Center for the Performing Arts' Theater District Open House Presentation for the City of Houston, two appearances on the late night Houston Television Variety show for the arts The After Party with Ernie Manouse and two appearences with commentator Eric Ladau on KUHF's 88.7 FM (Houston's NPR affiliate) as well as special presentations by DaCamera - Houston. Teatro Diana of Guadalajara, Mexico as well as numerous other venues throughout Mexico where she performs with The Mexico City Jazz Trio. She also works as a studio session vocalist in every genre for many professional Houston Recording Studios.