About Julie Monley
Biography



Julie Monley is originally from Denver, Colorado.

After several years of classical studies, she devoted herself to jazz.

She worked nearly ten years in America notably with saxophonists George
Keith and Phil Urso, pianist and composer Joe Bonner, and Peruvian guitarist
Manuel Molina. In London she worked with Welsh guitarist Dylan Fowler and
drummer Tony Crombie.

After moving to Paris, France in 1986, she won the best vocalist prize at the
1987 “Jazz Festival de Vienne.” In 1995, she won second prize at “Tremplin
Jazz du Val d'Oise” competing with 185 groups of amateurs and professional
musicians from throughout Europe.

In August 1998, Julie moved back to Denver with her family and is currently
singing in various clubs, and studying classical voice.

Julie’s repertoire is original and eclectic, covering the work of Antonio Carlos
Jobim, Stevie Wonder and Miles Davis.

Notable performances;
Django Reinhardt Jazz Festival,
Fontainbleau, France July, 1998

Jazz à Monségur Festival, Monségur France

Jazz Festival of Colmar, Colmar France June 1998

"Julie comes on stage with a smile, when her voice starts she amplifies the
state of grace"
{Dunkerque Expansion)

"The voice full and warm, serene, and simply divine."
(Les dernieres
nouvelles d'Alsace)