Tips About Melbourne Jazz Concerts
There are plenty of clubs in Melbourne that play jazz music. However, just a handful of them have made a name and established their reputation as top clubs. On top of the chart as far as Melbourne jazz is concerned is the Paris Cat. This club attracts patrons from different parts of Australia who throng the club either to launch their careers as jazz artists or for entertainment reasons.
Among the visitors who have come to the venue include Cathy who was accompanied by Andrew Jones, DiegoVliallta , Oliver Powell and Mclod. The other group that frequents the venue to play Melbourne Jazz concerts include Gianni Marinucci’s group which seldom perform standard jazz music at the club.
Michelle Niciole who is currently Melbourne’s finest jazz vocalists has on many occasions performed at the club and is scheduled to perform a selection of jazz music accompanied by the legendary pianist Sedergreen Bob.
Other than the Paris Cat club, there are other venues you will not miss any of the Melbourne’s top Jazz musician including Reverse Swing who is committed at revisiting the 1920s hot Jazz that were hits in 1930s. You will also seize the opportunity to listen to great numbers that were listened to and danced to in1940s and 50s. In addition, you will have an opportunity to select any of your favorite jazz music, listen to it, dance and enjoy the lyrics.
The good thing with most of the bands that take part in Melbourne Jazz Concerts is that they are all experienced. In fact the leading bands have brought together musicians from different bands that have previously played Jazz at both the local and the international level. They play tunes from both the old and the new generations– including featuring songs from Duke Ellington and Bechet Sidney to American Songbook. They also feature some contemporary music all meant to entertain and inform the public.
Top Melbourne jazz artist
Vivian – is described as vibrant, vigorous and vicious. She was born and raised in Harlem. She was raised by a mother who was a jingle singer. Her father was a flautist who played alongside James brown, thus she had an opportunity to learn music at a very tender age. Her youthful environment was surrounded by night clubs, jam sessions and church music. By the time she started talking she was already singing. According to her, she uses music to express her feelings. Vivian has sung with many of the world’s flamboyant artists including Christina Aguilera, Chaka Khan, and Patti Austine among others.
The Jazz music has so far formed itself into an emperor with top artists such as Shirley Bassey, Gregory Porter and Esperanza Spalding. Other musicians that are credited for their great contributions in Melbourne jazz music is Rebecca who apparently got influenced by her father who was a jazz pianist. She started singing alongside Cole Porter, Van Heusen and Gershwin among others. Rebecca is said to have greatly been influenced by Sarah Vaughan and Nancy who were some of the yesteryear greatest artists that Rebecca listened to.
Thomas Lorenzo a versatile composer and guitarist will also be performing at the Paris Cat jazz Club in May. Please check out his site for Melbourne Jazz Concerts with electric and spanish guitars.