About Karina

‘Bridge To Infinity’ is the recording debut of Karina Corradini, a very talented and versatile singer who is equally skilled at straight ahead jazz, ballads, boleros and Latin American classics. Her beautiful tone, powerful voice, highly appealing jazz phrasing, ability to scat at even the fastest tempos, and warmth when caressing ballads make her one of the most promising singers on the jazz and Latin jazz scenes today.

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Bridge to Infinity


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Listen to a full track of: Bridge to Infinity: "You Turned The Tables On Me"

"A very talented and versatile singer who was born and raised in Argentina and has a been part of the jazz scene in Los Angeles for the past 15 years, Karina Corradini is making her long overdue recording debut on Bridge to Infinity, Tribute to Zane Musa. The colorful program introduces Karina as an inventive vocalist who is equal skilled at swinging jazz ballads, boleros and Latin American classics". 

Scott Yanow,  jazz journalist/historian and author of 11 books, including "The Jazz Singers"," Afro-Cuban Jazz" and "Jazz on record 1917-76."

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" While the singer leaves plenty of room for the backing band to stretch out, it’s her vocal presence that captures listeners’ attention.  The set closes with a wild, double-time reading of “Lover, Come Back to Me,” McBride and drummer Marvin “Smitty” Smith sending the beat into overdrive. Corradini’s vocals swing just as hard, breaking the melody into staccato fragments that match Zane Musa’s blazing saxophone solo with their animated power". —j.poet

3 & 1/2 star review, DOWNBEAT MAGAZINE, JULY 2019. 




“A strong sense of swing & an approach to phrasing that allows her to play with a melody by altering harmony or rhythm in an exciting way. Her voice is strong & smooth...”



"When Karina Corradini settles down to deliver the beautiful ballad, “If You Went Away,” her delivery makes me want to fall in love again. This is an elegant, sincere vocalist who knows how to sell lyrics and deliver them with the tone and emotional fortitude that keeps an audience engaged and captivated".     Internationally acclaimed vocalist, and jazz journalist, Dee Dee McNeil. 


"While Flora Purim is from Brazil, I cannot resist a favorable comparison to Flora for Karina Corradini. Karina exudes similar strength, restrained use of vibrato, supple phrasing, well-considered risks and natural sense of swing".    WEMU's jazz radio programmer of 30 years, Linda Yohn


"Singer Karina Corradini delivers an impressive debut recording with Bridge to Infinity".