Currently, Geri is making her way across the Philadelphia Jazz scene, wooing and wowing audiences and musicians alike with her sultry sound and visually compelling presence. The attention she is getting from musical colleagues and the comments of the listening public, assures her of a promising future as a performing songstress specializing in Jazz repertoire.
Ms. Oliver’s stylish musings have been developed over years of working with renowned musicians, such as Tony Williams, Tony Day, Lee W. Smith, Larry McKenna, Thomas Gagliardi, Dylan Taylor, Aaron Graves, Dave Posmontier and Craig McIver, Warren Oree & The Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble, Harry “Butch” Reed and Adam Faulk, just to name a few. She attended the celebrated Temple University Jazz Performance Program where she was mentored by Donna Jean Cocchia, Jazz Vocalist /Performance Instructor and Arsenia Rosal Denlinger, Classical Voice / Vocal Technique Instructor. Much of the music she performs can be found in the Great American Songbook, although she enjoys singing music from other genres, also.