Tatiana Eva-Marie is a singer and actress living in New York City. She is the lead singer of the Gypsy-French Avalon Jazz Band and was recently included, alongside Cyrille Aimée and Cecile McLorin Salvant, in a list of 37 rising jazz stars by the magazine Vanity Fair.

Named “one of the best young singers around” by the Wall Street Journal, she performs regularly in New York and on tour around the world. Past shows include “Divas of the Silver Screen” at Jazz at Lincoln Center, Midsummer Night Swing Festival at Lincoln Center, The NYC Winter Jazzfest, the New York Hot Jazz Festival, “The Edith Piaf Centennial” at the Iridium (as performer and musical director), concerts at the CarlyleJoe’s Pub, The Rainbow Room Opening Night, concerts for the French Embassy on Bastille Day, the New York City Opera gala at the Plaza, opening night of George Clooney’s “Monuments Men” and the Los Angeles premiere of “Mad Men”.

Tatiana Eva-Marie was born in a musical family to film composer Louis Crelier and solo violinist Anca Maria. She grew up surrounded by classical music on one side and jazz and hippie/rock music on the other. Tatiana Eva-Marie started her career as a singer at age 4 when she recorded a duo album with famous children’s performer Henri Dès. Two years later, she recorded her first solo album and performed in her first professional theatre play. She fell in love with the stage and has been performing ever since.

She performed as a singer and actress in some of the most renowned theaters in France, including the Comedie Francaise and the Theatre du Rond Point. Tatiana Eva-Marie wrote and directed two musical theater plays, Rhapsodia and The Magic Violin, which had a lot of success at the Avignon Theater Festival.