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El Revellín celebrated International Jazz Day with Deelee Dubé It was the celebration of International Jazz Day and the Revellín wanted to join the party by counting for such an event with a goddess of style. She is considered one of the most prodigious voices on the London music scene and a true diva of this genre. Last night the most vibrant harmonies of soul and jazz embraced the voice of Deelee Dubé to create fireworks on the Auditorium stage. A great pairing of sounds and sensations to join the global celebration of this genre emerged at the end of the 19th century and is now experiencing a great emergence. 'All That Jazz' read the 79 films directed by Bob Fosse that would later become the soundtrack of the musical 'Chicago'. And so, as in these feature films and with those notes, jazz took over everything last night, everything was 'jazz', the culprit was none other than Dubé who knew how to conquer the public, made it his own, and together they toured a show of those that jazz lovers in the city miss so much. The London diva opened with a great black music marking that immediately captured the attention of the attendees, who surrendered to her great vocal capacity and the precision of her words and phrases that were poetry to the ears. For more than an hour this woman, who keeps a huge torrent of voice inside her, breathed in blues, channeled jazz, and wove melodies that well recalled the greats of the style such as Ella Fitzgerald or Aretha Franklin, among many other influences that were glimpsed. All this seasoned with a style of its own, which while distancing herself from those great names put her authentic stamp on stage. Dubé has jazz inside, she had it when she debuted and she has it now that she has reached maturity, with a solid career and an unmistakable identity. It is not a question of style but of vital tone. She does not sing to seduce but to comfort. There is an underlying sadness in her singing that colors his entire repertoire. They call it "the new voice of jazz", and this is not a misguided expression, because when Dubé takes a melody and uses it in her prodigious ways, she transports for a moment to the outer space of jazz and soul. Classic and exciting, your return is awaited. Deelee Dubé performs on International Jazz Day The London singer will offer a concert on Saturday 29 at 9:00 p.m. On the 30th, jazz will proliferate in all corners of the world, there will be multiple actions and activities that will be organized throughout the day during which International Jazz Day will be celebrated, an important event for lovers of culture. They will be able to enjoy the event organized by the Ministry for this date, specifically for Saturday 29. On arrival from London, the singer Deelee Dubé will set foot on Ceuta lands for the first time, who will display all her magic in the Revellín on that day from 21.00 hours. Tickets for the concert will go on sale soon through the usual channels, both online and at the box office. Deelee Dubé, winner of the international Jazz competition 'Sarah Vaughan' in its 2016 edition is one of the most prodigious voices on the London music scene, a true jazz diva who comes from 'Black Music', and who captures the attention of the public with her great vocal capacity and with the precision of her words and phrases, her chopped 'glissandi' and the variation of the melody that bring a special emotion and intonation to his songs. She stands out for the quality of her voice, which they have said is "amazingly mature and sophisticated", who also has a wide vocal range that reflects across a spectrum influenced by great voices such as Nina Simone, Karen Carpenter, Roberta Flack, Minnie Riperton, Joni Mitchell, Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday, among others. Hes voice often draws the attention of audiences both for its distinctive quality and for the emotion it attributes to it. In Ceuta, the vocalist will be accompanied on stage by a group of musicians, made up of Renato D'Aiello on tenor saxophone, pianist Juan Galiardo, José López on bass, and José Luis Gómez on drums. The concert will be at 9:00 p.m. at the Teatro Auditorio Revellín, and the tickets are for sale at a price of 8 euros on the front patio and 6 on the back patio and box. As on other occasions, there is a discount of two euros for groups of minors, users of the Youth Card, elderly and large families. The same discount has also been provided for the purchase of five tickets or more. International Jazz Day, April 30th In November 2011, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) officially designated April 30 as International Jazz Day in order to highlight jazz and its role as a connecting link. between people from all corners of the planet. International Jazz Day brings together jazz communities, schools, artists, historians, academics, and enthusiasts from around the world to celebrate and learn about jazz and its roots, future, and impact; increase awareness of the need for intercultural dialogue and mutual understanding, and strengthen international communication and cooperation. Every year on April 30, this international art form is recognized for promoting peace, dialogue between cultures, diversity, and respect for human rights and human dignity; eradication of discrimination; promotion of freedom of expression; the promotion of gender equality; and reinforcing the role of youth in enacting social change. The United Nations and UNESCO recognize this celebration on their official calendars.

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