- Special Australian Show Case –
at Cotton Club
Special price offered for Australian jazz live performances
for Australian Embassy contacts and their guests.
Australian musician Albare, who was born in Morocco and grew up in Israel and Lyon, was the first person to promote acid jazz in Australia. Highly recommended by prestigious jazz label Enja Records, Albare is a contemporary jazz guitarist who continues to evolve while remaining true to jazz traditions. He is embarking on a world tour to promote his latest album, recorded in New York with a group of talented jazz musicians. Albare, together with Brazilian jazz harmonica virtuoso Hendrik Meurkens, will visit Japan for the first time to perform live at the Cotton Club in Tokyo.
Albare believes that jazz is the world’s common language, and he has named his band iTD (international Travel Diary). Their beautiful sound created by band members from all the world, will take audiences on an international journey and allow them to catch a glimpse of Albare’s cosmopolitan view of life.
Band members: Albare (g), Hendrik Meurkens (hca), Phil Turcio (p), Phil Rex (b), Tony Floyd (ds)
Date/time: 1 and 2 November
[1st.show] open 5:00pm/start 6:30pm
[2nd.show] open 8:00pm/start 9:00pm
Venue: COTTON CLUB
TOKIA 2F, TOKYO Bldg., 2-7-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Discount: 1,000yen discount from the normal music charge for Table Seats (normal price 3,800yen →discount price 2,800yen) is offered for all Australian Embassy contacts and their guests.
* Foods and drinks costs to be settled separately.
* Please note that children under 20 years of age are not permitted into the club.
Reservation: Phone 03-3215-1555
Please refer to the Cotton Club website for details.
http://www.cottonclubjapan.co.jp/en/reservation/When booking, please mention that you are an Embassy contact to benefit from the discount.
Enquries: COTTON CLUB JAPAN, INC.