1936 Harbor Ave. S.W.
With a background in American theatre, Vic Janusz was offered a nightly 6-month run as a pianist in 1998 by the Seattle Sheraton Towers; He formed a trio and immediately booked venues from the historic Showbox Theatre to The Paramount lobby lounge. His many cabaret hits include the popular "Phoenicia & Vic" shows with Wade Madsen ("Pinkaboo!" enjoyed a month-long run at Seattle's ACT Theatre in 2008). Vic has accompanied and sung alongside singers as diverse as jazz great Greta Matassa, Sarah Rudinoff, and "El Vez", among others. One of the Northwest's most in-demand pianomen --either as frontman or soloist, Janusz has headlined (with the VJ Combo) at CANLIS For six New Years Eve Galas, at the Fairmont Hotel, and --for four years--, each weekend at Seattle's favorite waterfront landmark: Saltys On Alki. Victor was selected from a nationwide audition to attend the 6th Annual Cabaret Conference at Yale University in August 2008; He studied and performed for 10 days with masters of the artform, including Julie Wilson, Jason Graae, and Laurel Masse of "Manahattan Transfer". VICTOR JANUSZ Recordings inlcude the instrumental "Hands Solo" (2002) and "Cosmo Street" (2005) spotlighting Vic as singer/songwriter with his band.
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