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Akbank Jazz Festival: Vanessa Rubin & Trio at Akbank International Jazz Festival at The Seed

Where

The Seed
Akbank International Jazz Festival

Sakip Sabanci Street, No.42, Emirgan
Istanbul
+902123236050

When

Fri, November 3, 2017
20:30

Add to Calendar 2017-11-03 20:30 2017-11-03 Akbank Jazz Festival: Vanessa Rubin & Trio at Akbank International Jazz Festival at The Seed Ohio born jazz singer Vanessa Rubin, who uses her experience-laden mature voice beyond aesthetic presentation and story telling, as a true instrument, today is deemed an ambasssodor of pure jazz in the world. Supported by her teachers, Barry Harris and Frank Foster in her early days in New York, she was lucky to have her very first stints with the likes of Kenny Barron, Pharoah Sanders and Lionel Hampton. Later on, names like Monty Alexander, Cecil Bridgewater, Kenny Burrell, Frank Foster, Billy Higgins, Etta Jones and Toots Thielemans were present in her recordings and bandstands. Rubin, who recently completed global tours with Herbie Hancock, the Woody Herman Orchestra and the Jazz Crusaders, is indeed, not only a singer, but also a songwriter, producer, arranger, musical mentor and a revered educator engaged by institutions like the Monk Institute as a music student adjudicator. The Seed, Sakip Sabanci Street, No.42, Emirgan false MM/DD/YYYY

Tickets

85 TRY

Musicians

Vanessa Rubin

About

Ohio born jazz singer Vanessa Rubin, who uses her experience-laden mature voice beyond aesthetic presentation and story telling, as a true instrument, today is deemed an ambasssodor of pure jazz in the world. Supported by her teachers, Barry Harris and Frank Foster in her early days in New York, she was lucky to have her very first stints with the likes of Kenny Barron, Pharoah Sanders and Lionel Hampton. Later on, names like Monty Alexander, Cecil Bridgewater, Kenny Burrell, Frank Foster, Billy Higgins, Etta Jones and Toots Thielemans were present in her recordings and bandstands. Rubin, who recently completed global tours with Herbie Hancock, the Woody Herman Orchestra and the Jazz Crusaders, is indeed, not only a singer, but also a songwriter, producer, arranger, musical mentor and a revered educator engaged by institutions like the Monk Institute as a music student adjudicator.

erimcan erdemir uploaded this event on October 2, 2017

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