Where does that voice come from ?!
This is often the response from people seeing and hearing Ronni Weiss for the very first time. She has been called “the diminutive woman with the monumental voice” by pianist, composer, and arranger Ian Kane and “the little lady with the big voice” by Roger Barbour, trumpet and flugelhorn player, both music colleagues in the Pittsburgh area.
Ronni has been singing and playing piano throughout her life. She has done solo gigs, been part of duos, trios and full bands. Her sound is unique… rich and deep, catching the attention of the audience wherever she performs. Her favorite styles are jazz and blues, with pop covers and original tunes added in to create an eclectic and entertaining mix.
Ronni can often be seen at the many venues around town. She has performed locally at The Fairmont, Cioppino’s in the Strip, The Backstage Bar in Theatre Square and Club Café. She brings her talents to other area restaurants, wineries, art openings, and festivals and hosts open mics and jam sessions. She continues to be very active in Pittsburgh’s wonderful music scene.