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Booking Information:

Booking Information:

Howard Perl Management
(310) 579-7926

Big Band Programs

Arrangements for 16-piece Big Band. Unique productions embracing historical music themes. Evoking places, moments and memories in ways only music can.

The First Ladies of Song

Celebrating the music of the the greatest female phenoms of all time including Ella Fitzgerald, Aretha Franklin, Karen Carpenter, Etta James, Judy Garland, Peggy Lee and more! Songs include: At Last, Fever, Natural Woman, Over the Rainbow, Misty, Fly Me to the Moon and more!

Strike up the Band

Classic big band songs to listen and dance to! Songs include: Zing! Went the Strings of my Heart, Orange Colored Sky, L.O.V.E, Fly Me to the Moon, Just in Time and more!

Jingle Bell Swing

Swinging arrangements of holiday favorites. Up beat and entertaining!
Songs include: Jingle Bells, Sleigh Ride, Boogie Woogie Santa Claus, Winter Wonderland, The Christmas Song and more!


The Columbus Jazz Orchestra with Byron Stripling
The Cleveland Jazz Orchestra with Sean Jones and Paul Ferguson The BBC Big Band (United Kingdom)
Opus One Big Band (United Kingdom)

Big Band Programs

Testimonials and Reviews:

"To say that the audience was in for a good time is an understatement. Welch is a performer with both stunning vocal ability and terrific stage presence... she more than proved that she has the chops for this music. She has an easygoing, witty nature that’s very appealing."
– Arlene Bachanov, Daily Telegram

“Thanks Helen. It was a great pleasure to be on stage with you. Great voice, wonderful stage presence, very professional in all dealings. Made my life easy. I’m still getting great feedback.”
– Jeff Tyzik, Conductor, Arranger, Composer, Florida Symphony

“Welch was the bell of the ball with her sophisticated song- stylings and was dazzling in the highly energetic numbers.”
– Kerry Clawson, Akron Beacon Journal

“The Holiday spirit was provided by charming Cleveland singer Helen Welch who made an already smokin’ CJO sound even better.”
– Gary Budzak, Columbus Dispatch