About the Artist
Claire Parsons is a Luxembourgish jazz singer of an English origin, born in Luxembourg in 1993. She was inducted in The Grund Club as a singer on September 2016, when she sang: Out to drown by Sven Sauber with the band and sang backing vocals with Sitta. She was fantastic and her performance was immortalised in The Grund Club Songwriters 2017 CD. She returned to the Songwriters Show in Feb 2017.
At the early age of 5, Claire Parsons started playing the classical piano in the Conservatory of Luxembourg. Later she studied other instruments too, such as classical and electrical guitar and classical vocals. Her interest in jazz came up in 2008 in the Conservatory of Luxembourg with her teacher Marc Mangen and later in the music school of Echternach.
She is currently studying jazz vocals at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels under the supervision of the internationally renowned Belgian jazz singer David Linx.
Claire plays and composes in various bands such as: Claire Parsons Quartet, Lucy Echo, Rebekka Van Bockstal Octet, Aishinka, The Noisemakers and others.
Her young career already allowed her to play on multiple international and national stages and festivals such as Jazz à Verviers, Brussels Jazz Marathon, Festival Zikametz in Metz, Dockville Festival in Hamburg, Het Parcours Festival in Maastricht, Eupen Musik Marathon, Blues’n Jazz Rallye, Fête De La Musique, Rock Um Knuedler, Food For Your Senses Fesival, Live at Vauban at the Atelier, Apéro Jazz at the Abbaye Neumünster, Last Summer Dance Festival, Koll An Aktioun in Luxembourg and more.
Claire is another great talent from Luxembourg, whom we are honored to have among us and look forward to follow through the years.