JOIN MAILING LIST!

* indicates required

FIND ME ON THESE LINKS

When she comes out of the gate swinging on her opening party invitation, "Lullaby of Broadway," it's almost like she is pulling up in a New York taxicab, and telling you to jump in for a ride along the Great White Way as it intersects with Memory Lane in this feel-good, frolicsome, no-fuss cascade of goodies, with 21 tracks in all.” - Talkin' Broadway review
Accompanying an acoustic jazz trio on most of the cuts, Pappas has a soft, dusky voice not unlike Norah Jones’ or Diana Krall’s. There’s a little scat singing on “Winter Wonderland” but in general the performance is one of subtle restraint and beauty.” - Lee Mergner

JazzTimes Magazine

Vital to any outstanding celebration of Broadway material is a sense of freshness, and Krisanthi Pappas captures just that with her vocal prowess and winning sincerity all through this concert album of 19 favorites. On her own compositions, she shows genuine wit singing 'The Big Apple Lingo' and an almost palpable emotional resilience essaying her tender ballad 'Holding On To You.' ” - Frank-John Hadley, longtime Downbeat critic
Pappas’s voice is bright, colorful, sweet and she can swing with the best of them. Her new album, Broadway Favorites... and All That Jazz!, is a versatile mix of mostly show tunes set to a strong jazz beat that proves to be an exciting disc!...” - Cabaret Scenes NY review
Boston area singer/songwriter Krisanthi Pappas and her four-piece band put on a spectacular show at the Bull Run Friday night, channeling the bright lights of Broadway in a two-hour concert with all the right stuff. Pappas was an obvious hit, enticing the audience with every tune.  Highlighting the playbill, an array of toe-tappers from Broadway musicals spanning several generations created an electric performance that popped and crackled and lit up the room like fireworks decorating the sky on a sultry summer evening. Boston area singer/songwriter Krisanthi Pappas and her four-piece band put on a spectacular show at the Bull Run Friday night, channeling the bright lights of Broadway in a two-hour concert with all the right stuff.  Pappas was an obvious hit, enticing the audience with every tune.  Highlighting the playbill, an array of toe-tappers from Broadway musicals spanning several generations created an electric performance that popped and crackled and lit up the room like fireworks decorating the sky on a sultry summer evening.” - M.E. Jones

— Shirley Oracle

Pappas is at her best ever... Exhibiting a smokier, more sultry tone here, she is appealing enough to become a national household name."  On Harriet Goldberg's CD, My Time To Fly” - The Edge review
The Ides of March brought a celebration to town — the Provincetown Cabaret Festival got underway at various venues. Featuring Krisanthi Pappas, Jim Caruso, Billy Stritch, Dane Vannatter and John Thomas, to name just a few of the celebs, the town turned out for several laughs and some fine entertainment. ” - Year in Review: Performers brought their musical chops to Cape’s tip in 2010 By Melora B. North, Provincetown Banner
The band quietly took their seats, the lights dimmed ...and out popped Pappas.  Literally.  The attractive curly, long-haired brunette with the short green, metallic dress, immediately dazzled with a jumping, swinging version of "Anything Goes." It's a great feeling when...........” - Provincetown Cabaret Fest Review by Joni Rapp