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Badrya Razem

Badrya Razem  was born in 1994 and began her studies in classical piano at a young age. She holds both undergraduate (Diploma Accademico di I livello) and postgraduate (Diploma Accademico di II livello) academic qualifications in Jazz Vocals, and a postgraduate specialization (Diploma Accademico di II livello) in Opera Singing. Her dissertations, all awarded the highest honours (grade of 110 with distinction and honourable mention), focus on experimental research projects.

In 2014, she embarked on a tour with the Matera Big Band Jazz in Germany and Poland.

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Sixth Street All Stars

Crafted in the vibrant, cross-cultural setting of the San Francisco Bay Area, Everybody is a celebration of community and human connection. Longtime friends and collaborators Molly Skuse and Dana Hinchliffe wrote and produced this buoyant blend of jazz and salsa to express their inclusive musical vision and share complex musical ideas that simply swing.

Bringing together a powerfully talented cohort of regional musicians, the Sixth Street All Stars pay homage to Fania All Stars, the seminal musical collective that pioneered a modern Afro-Caribbean /Jazz hybrid for the mainstream

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Tomer Eldor

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Tomer Eldor is an international jazz pianist, vocalist, composer, arranger and producer from Israel - specializing in jazz, world music, and vocal choral and Acapella music.

Since studying music at the top jazz institutes of Israel (Thelma-Yellin School of Arts and The Tel Aviv Conservatory of Music), Tomer led many musical projects - from jazz ensembles to acapella and musical theater productions of over 30 participants, and performed in internationally acclaimed jazz clubs, big bands, and operas around the world.

After playing at the Red Sea Jazz festival and many jazz venues in Israel, Eldor played at many global music hubs such as: New York (Mezzrow, Fat Cat, KGB Room, NuBlu, Mia Cafe), San Francisco (Black Cat, SF Opera House), London (Ronny Scott’s, The Piano Bar, Sofar Sounds), Argentina, Berlin, South Korea, India  (featured on the Western Music Foundation and the national paper Hindu Times) and more

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Chris Weeks

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Chris Weeks is one of the UK’s finest Jazz singers, as well as an actor, musician, session musician and producer.

Chris started singing professionally at 16 years old, having sung with the County and National Youth Jazz Orchestras. He has performed at the Pizza Express Jazz Club in Soho, The Cavern Club in Liverpool, Twinwood Vintage Festival, The Big Feastival as well as at parties, weddings, private events and on cruise ships and in hotels across the world. 

​At 24, Chris decided to train in acting, and so took the 3 Year Acting Course at the Oxford School of Drama. In 2017, He left the school early to play Guy Haines in Strangers On A Train for Frinton Summer Theatre. He then played Will in 'For The Time Being' for BBC Radio 4.

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Georgie Aué

Georgie Aué is a piano player, vocalist and songwriter. Her music is a melting pot of musical styles, including jazz and blues with a focus in Brazilian jazz.

A graduate of the Bachelor of Music degree in Performance from the Elder Conservatorium in Adelaide, Georgie performs regularly in Melbourne, Perth, and Adelaide at some of Australia’s best venues and cites her artistic influences as Elis Regina, The Beatles, AC Jobim, Stevie Wonder, and Norah Jones.

She’s also performed at various festivals including the Adelaide Fringe Festival, Cabaret Fringe Festival playing to sell-out audiences with shows A Norah Jones Tribute, A Day In The Life – The Beatles and Come to Brazil.

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Scott Detweiler

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Scott Detweiler is an award winning American artist and actor, born and raised in New Orleans.  Over the course of his 30 (thirty) year career, his catalog of music has chronicled his evolution into a highly unique composer/performer, blending the styles of blues, funk, jazz, gospel & soul, but always rooted in the blues. 

His lyrics tell imaginatively woven stories that follow in the grand tradition of southern writers and classic lyricists.  He is a true son of the rich musical climate and one-of-a-kind culture that is the Crescent City. It is these influences that are in the soul of his creations and evident in his live performances, whether solo or backed by his band.

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Stephane Querry

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Stephane Querry (Pianist and composer) Stephane starts piano at age eleven. After studying in different music schools, he has been in the classical piano scholarship of Michel Prady, and he has been luckily enough to selected inside the prestigious professional classroom of France Clidat (at the “Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris”) for 4 years (1999-2003), where he developed his technique in classical music. He starts learning Jazz (Harmony, Piano improvisation, band formation and rhythm) in the David Patrois Classroom in the musical conservatory of the 5th district of Paris, and also in other various classrooms (Jean-Christophe Dorchies for example). Very attracted by music writing, he composed a post romantic piano concerto and several classical transcriptions for trio, as well as Jazz songs.

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Alexis Cole

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Called "one of the great voices of today," by Jonathan Schwartz, Alexis Cole has been compared to classic jazz singers such as Sarah Vaughan and Anita O'Day. She's performed with the Boston Pops and New York Philharmonic on stage at venues from Avery Fisher Hall to the Kennedy Center. She records for Motéma Music, NY, Chesky Records, NY and Venus Records, Japan. Her nine recordings, which feature musical luminaries such as Fred Hersch, Eric Alexander, Matt Wilson, Harry Pickens, Don Braden and Pat LaBarbara, have received high praise in the jazz press and are spun on radio world-wide

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Kalen Henry

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Nineteen-year-old artist Kalen Henry grew up in an eclectic musical cradle. The daughter of a school teacher and a musician, Kalen included the music of several generations and genres in her childhood tapestry. From Stravinsky to Red Hot Chili Peppers, music always had a profound effect on her. “What I enjoy most about making music is the sounds musicians create together. Each part intertwines to form something mesmerizing, and we're all transported to an unparalleled zone where the music hijacks our souls and takes us to someplace better. A world full of people, different in almost every single way, but united by a love for the art of music— it truly is a beautiful thing.” Says Kalen. For Kalen, singing was not so much a hobby as it was an undeniable urge

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Kelvin Roy

Kelvin grew up in Flint, Michigan. His father was from New Zealand and relocated to the United States after travelling there as a Fulbright scholar. Kelvin had copious lessons on piano and trombone, plus some voice training from an early age. He attended Flint Central High School, playing in many school bands and he was active in drama as well. He also taught himself how to play other brass instruments like baritone and bass trumpet. The latter—also called a marching valve trombone—became his main instrument. Since his father was an arts critic, he was able to see many first class acts as a child. Later, he went on the road with a couple popular funk and jazz bands playing clubs after attending Michigan State University. Then he moved to South Lousiana and had some amazing musical experiences, sometimes literally out in the swamps


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