Diana Krall has gradually acquired a place among the great vocalists of jazz. Since her breakthrough in 1999 with the Grammy-winning album When I Look in Your Eyes, her voice has been heard everywhere. Her success is not only due to her remarkable voice, great musical sensitivity and craftsmanship, but also to her diverse projects that do full justice to the many shades of her voice. For example, she worked with Elvis Costello on The Girl in the Other Room and with the London Symphony Orchestra on The Look of Love. This last album was made in collaboration with the legendary bossa nova arranger Claus Ogerman, who, in the 1960s, was one of the creative drivers behind the albums of Antonio Carlos Jobim, Joao Gilberto, Bill Evans and Stan Getz. After a break of eight years, Krall worked with Ogerman once again. Last year they delivered the beautiful album Quiet Nights.