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19Oct
Premium
Saturday, October 19 at 20.00 (8 PM)

Sylvia Vrethammar: Vortex

“Premium” is Montmartre’s series of rare intimate concerts with jazz giants that you cannot normally meet on small intimate stages. These concerts are priced above the normal tickets to cover costs and travel for these heavy-weights.
Sylvia Vrethammar (Vocal / SE)Magnus Lindgren (Sax/Flute/Clarinet / SE)Ulf Wakenius (Guitar / SE)Joel Lyssarides (Piano / SE)Mads Vinding (Bass / DK)Niclas Campagnol (Drums / SE)

Finally, the Swedish singer Sylvia Vrethammar visits Jazzhus Montmartre for the second time. She connects jazz and Brazillian rhythms in a new way and creates an inviting intimacy with her charisma and beautiful voice. Sylvia Vrethammar celebrates 50 years on stage in 2019. During her carrier she has performed with e.g. Nils-Henning Ørsted Pedersen and Bert Kaempfert. This evening she has gathered an ensemble consisting of solely Swedish musicians and a single Dane. With her on stage is wind player Magnus Lindgren, pianist Joel Lyssarides, guitarist Ulf Wakenius and bass player Mads Vinding and drummer Niclas Campagnol.

Students / under 26: Half price

Photocredit: Manfred Esser

Endelig besøger den svenske sanger Sylvia Vrethammar Jazzhus Montmartre for anden gang. Hun forbinder jazz og brasilianske rytmer på en ny måde og skaber en inviterende intimitet med sin karisma og smukke stemme. Sylvia Vrethammar kan i 2019 fejre 50 år på scenen. Gennem sin lange karriere har hun bl.a. optrådt med Nils-Henning Ørsted Pedersen og Bert Kaempfert. Denne aften har hun samlet et ensemble bestående af svenske musikere, suppleret af en enkelt dansker. Med hende på scenen er blæser Magnus Lindgren, pianist Joel Lyssarides, trommeslager Niclas Campagnol, guitarist Ulf Wakenius og bassist Mads Vinding.

Studerende / under 26: Halv pris

Photocredit: Manfred Esser

Oct 19Sat
20.00 (Doors 18.00)
All tables bookedSold out
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