Meredith D'Ambrosio

Meredith D'Ambrosio (born 1941) is an American jazz singer from Boston, Massachusetts.

Meredith D'Ambrosio
Boston, Massachusetts
Years active1970s–present
LabelsPalo Alto, Sunnyside


D'Ambrosio was born into a musical family and took piano lessons beginning at the age of six.[1] In 1958 she spent a year at the Boston Museum School, then pursued a career in painting and music.[1] She rejected an offer to tour with John Coltrane in 1966.[1] Over ten years later she recorded her debut album with her husband, pianist Eddie Higgins.[1] She appeared on the radio program Piano Jazz with Marian McPartland in 1994.[1]

In addition to singing and playing piano, she is a composer, lyricist, painter, calligrapher, and teacher.[1] Her album Out of Nowhere (2000) was nominated for the Django Award by the French Academy of Jazz.[1]


  • Lost in His Arms (Spring, 1980)
  • Another Time (Shiah, 1981)
  • Little Jazz Bird (Palo Alto, 1982)
  • It's Your Dance (Sunnyside, 1985)
  • The Cove (Sunnyside, 1988)
  • South to a Warmer Place (Sunnyside, 1989)
  • Love Is Not a Game (Sunnyside, 1991)
  • Shadowland (Sunnyside, 1993)
  • Sleep Warm (Sunnyside, 1994)
  • Beware of Spring! (Sunnyside, 1995)
  • Silent Passion (Sunnyside, 1997)
  • Echo of a Kiss (Sunnyside, 1998)
  • Out of Nowhere (Sunnyside, 2000)
  • Love Is for the Birds (Sunnyside, 2002)
  • Wishing on the Moon (Sunnyside, 2006)
  • By Myself (Sunnyside, 2012)


  1. Yanow, Scott. "Meredith d'Ambrosio". AllMusic. Retrieved 30 June 2019.
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