Alliance Française de Melbourne & St Kilda Jazz present:
MONIQUE DIMATTINA - 26 APRIL 2018
Singer/songwriter, versatile pianist and radio personality Monique diMattina returns by popular demand, with a programme of French chanson covering the well known and the recently penned. In this intimate duo setting Monique is joined by longtime collaborator and Australian national treasure Sam Lemann on acoustic guitar.
"Monique di Mattina lights up my piano with her life, and my life with her piano. A worthy genius, she is."
"Monique's witty songs are on a par with the Broadway songsmiths of the 1930s ..how refreshing to hear her intelligence bringing popular music and jazz together again" Lucky Oceans The Planet ABC RN
“A Dylanesque swagger with the Aussie vernacular”
Jazz & Beyond
“Dynamic and utterly divine”
Venue and ticket info:
Where: Alliance Française de Melbourne's Basement,
51 Grey St, St Kilda.
Date: Thursday 26 April 2018
Time: doors at 7:30pm, concert commences at 8pm.
Tickets: Full $20 / AFM members $15.
Please check if you are logged in to receive the discount. Only one discount ticket per member (unless you hold a family membership) - membership cards will be checked on the night.
'Jazzy Jeudi' concert series 2018
Throughout the year, Jazzy Jeudi (meaning 'Jazzy Thursday' in French) will feature various jazz performers once a month on a Thursday evening, often incorporating a component of French language or a repertoire of French music. The performances will be held in the intimate concert space in the basement salon of the Alliance Française.
A variety of artists will perform throughout the year:
February – Leïla Négrau
April – Monique DiMattina
More to be announced soon!
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