Master Class| The Art of Jazz Duo Playing


2017-03-10 18:07:13

Master Class | The Art of Jazz Duo Playing
Jeremy Monteiro & Eugene Pao 



Time
3/16(THU) 19:00-20:00
 
Price
Presale 100 RMB / Door 150 RMB
 
Location
1350号美华邨11号别墅(近虹桥路),JZ School
Bldg 11, Meihua Garden, No.1350 West ZhongshanRd (near Hongqiao Rd) ,JZ School

 Registration
 
Step  1
Pay by Wechat QR code

 


Scan the QR-code to buy Master Class Ticket

 
Step 2
Please send the participants【Name-Phone number-Master Class】
to info@jz-school.com to confirm

 

Tel:021-54036475 \021-54035273

 

 

About MASTERS

(Eugene Pao)


Eugene Pao is Hong Kong’s most publicly recognized jazz musician and his name is synonymouswith jazz in our city. Such reputation cannot be more deserving as Eugene hasbeen at the vanguard of promoting jazz in the territory through hisperformances and recordings over the last twenty plus years. 

Hong Kong first discovered its own guitar heroin the mid 1980’s when Eugene returned fromstudies in the U.S. and began playing around town. Recognition came early fromleading jazz musicians. Some of his early recordings featured such legends asbassist Eddie Gomez, blues great Jimmy Witherspoon and saxophonist MichaelBrecker.

Jeremy Monteiro

Jeremy Monteiro (pianist, vocalist, composer,jazz educator) has won critical acclaim in many parts of the world. He hasperformed all over the world in addition to numerous occasions at home inSingapore, where he has been dubbed "Singapore's King Of Swing" bythe local press. He currently acts as an International Arts Ambassador for EFGBank, headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. 

Jeremy has performed internationally at some ofthe most prestigious international jazz festivals and stages. In November of2014, he performed on one of the main stages of the EFG London Jazz Festival atthe Queen Elizabeth Hall in concert that also included the Kenny Barron andDave Holland duo. 

In June of 2015, he performed at the City ofLondon Festival at the top of the Walkie Talkie Tower. And in November 2015, hereturned to the EFG London Jazz Festival to play at the Royal Albert Hall’s Elgar Room with his group “Jeremy Monteiro& Alberto Marsico with the Jazz-Blues Brothers”.

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