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Jazz in July
Jazz in July is a must-go event for all jazz lovers!
Catch the artists' live performances and bedazzled by a plethora of tunes of their improvisations and rhythms. Most of the live performances are free.
Big Band Sundays at 7:15PM and 8:30PM brings you favourites and popular pieces of the swing band golden era with SP Jazz Band, Thomson Big Band, Thomson Swing Band, and Summertimes Big Band.
Summertimes Big Band will be performing on 31 July 2016 7:15PM and 8:30PM at Outdoor Theatre
Tan Wei Xiang, one of Singapore's most talented young jazz pianists and composers, with his piano trio wei lll will give a sneak peek into his new album inspired by the early bebop era of Bud Powell, Dizzy Gillespie, and Thelonious Monk.
wei lll (Tan Wei Xiang, Soh Wen Ming and John Koh) concert on 23 July 7.30PM at only $25
Regi Leo, who is regarded as one of Singapore's finest guitarists by music critics and international entertainment publications, will present his original music and and creatively rearranged jazz standards.
Regi Leo 24 July 4.30pm, 5.30pm & 6.30pm at Concourse
Eight young musicians who are mentored by established Singapore jazz musicians and music educators under Esplanade's popular jazz mentorship programme, make their debuts at the Café 21 Living Room (Concourse).
esplanade library presents Jazz in July talks every Sunday
Jazz in July Talk Series is held on Sundays from 3:30PM to 4:30PM at library@esplanade. The venue is at level 3 of the building. All talks are free of charge.
Jazz guitarist and Berklee College of Music trained music educator Az Samad will share his insights on the connections between Malay and American jazz in The Musical Secrets of Malay Jazz on 17 July.
Different ways of listening to Jazz by Tim Stocker will be held on 24 July. Tim is Baritone Saxophonist who spent almost 6 year tenure in NYC from 2010.
The series will end with Introduction to Latin Jazz on 31 July. The speaker is Alina Ramirez, a Mexican pianist and composer.