Chelsea Krombach

Chelsea Krombach
Born Chelsea Krombach
February 25, 1983 (1983-02-25) (age 28)
Brookfield, Wisconsin, United States
Years active (2001-Present)
Website
http://www.ChelseaKrombach.com

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Biography

Krombach recorded two solo albums, Look for the Silver Lining and Profile (See below for more details.) Both of her albums are all-jazz and recorded live in one take with all real instruments. She attended the highly selective Interlochen Arts Camp after her freshman year of high school, starred in Godspell and Damn Yankees during her junior and senior years, and at the urging of her choir and band directors, attended the Jamey Aebersold Improvisation Clinic, where she fell hard for jazz. Krombach attended the University of Michigan, where she majored in musical theatre. At U of M, she performed the role of Queenie from the musical, The Wild Party. She is featured on the CD for the musical Edges as well as Forward, another musical in the making by Jonathan Gealt. Chelsea performed at the Musical Theatre of Wichita in Aida as Amneris from August 3–7, 2005. In November 2007, Chelsea made her Broadway debut in the hit Broadway musical Wicked, as the understudy for Elphaba. Before transferring to the Broadway cast, Krombach performed as swing in the first national tour of Wicked, and as an understudy for Nessarose. In 2008, Chelsea sang "The Wizard and I" at the Downtown Green Fair in lower Manhattan to help raise environmental awareness. Chelsea departed Wicked in January 2010, and is now performing in the ensemble of the Broadway Revival of Promises, Promises, also starring Kristin Chenoweth and Sean Hayes.

Look for the Silver Lining

The cover album for Chelsea's debut album, Look for the Silver Lining

On January 1, 2001, Krombach released her first professional album, Look for the Silver Lining, which she recorded at age 18, just days before her high school graduation. It features her on vocals, Kaye Berigan on Trumpet, Flugelhorn and Funky Egg, Dan Schneck on Piano, Conway Powell on Acoustic Bass and Bill Sargent on Drums.

  • Look for the Silver Lining
  • You Made Me Love You
  • All of Me
  • Somewhere Over the Rainbow
  • Just Friends
  • Ain’t Misbehavin’
  • Bye Bye Blackbird
  • Here's That Rainy Day
  • Just In Time
  • Blues in the Night
  • I Got Rhythm
  • When I Fall in Love
  • I’m Beginning to See the Light

Profile

The cover album for Chelsea's second jazz album, Profile

In November 2004, Chelsea released her second album titled Profile when she was 20 years old. On Profile, Chelsea is accompanied expertly by drummer Pete Siers, bassist Paul Keller and Larry Fuller (the last pianist in the trio of the greatest bass player of all time, Ray Brown).

  • Bye Bye Blackbird
  • Falling In Love With Love
  • If I Were A Bell
  • Stormy Weather
  • It's Alright With Me
  • Someone To Watch Over Me
  • On The Street Where You Live
  • But Not For Me
  • L.O.V.E.
  • Baby, Baby All The Time
  • Lullaby Of Broadway

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