Urszula Dudziak

Urszula Dudziak Biography

Jazz vocalist, born 22 October 1943 in Straconka, Poland. She started her career in the late 1950's in Poland and moved to the USA in 1973.

Already gifted with a remarkable five-octave vocal range, Dudziak employs electronic devices to extend still further the possibilities of her voice. She has frequently worked with leading contemporary musicians, including Archie Shepp and Lester Bowie, and was a member of the Vocal Summit group, with Jay Clayton, Jeanne Lee, Bobby McFerrin, Norma Winstone, Sting, Michelle Hendricks, and Lauren Newton.

Wife of MichaƂ Urbaniak.

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