Jazz Lunch: Kylie Estrela & Jazzicians
LiveMusic - Jazz
- Wed 17-01-2018 1:00 PM - 1 h
- Wed 14-02-2018 1:00 PM - 1 h
- Wed 21-03-2018 1:00 PM - 1 h
- Wed 18-04-2018 1:00 PM - 1 h
Free admission with registration
Registration will start 2 weeks before each performance date.
If you work in Central, escape the hustle and bustle, come and immerse yourself in a lunchtime concert of live jazz music. As Miles Davis once said, “Jazz washes away the dust of everyday life.”
Presented by the Fringe Club as one of the programmes of “Jazz-Go-Central, Jazz-Go-Fringe” project, Jazz Lunch showcases an impressive jazz combo in the classy setting of the Fringe Dairy. The combo includes professional jazz musicians and young emerging talents who all appreciate the opportunity to gain exposure, showcase their musicianship and improve their skills.
From January to April, Kylie Estrela will be sharing their jazz music stories together with her jazzicians.
P.S. Jazzicians= Jazz + Musicians
Wed 17 January, 2018
The first “Kylie Estrela & Jazzicians” Jazz Lunch
Featuring vocalist Kylie Estrela, with the renowned jazzician Bernard Hui on keyboards.
How do they know each other then both became parts of the most important jazzicians for the development of La Petite Jazzy Jam?How do they generate and work on the idea of the jazzified Canto-pop which drawn the most attention by the audience? Come and listen to their dialogue through music.
In the first concert, Kwok Wing Hei (trumpet) and Marcus Ho (bass) will be joining as guests performers. Kylie met Kwok Wing Hei when she started singing with big bands in Hong Kong. Apart from meeting Hei almost in all the big bands here in town, he also plays with the renowned canto-pop stars including Sammi Cheng and Chet Lam who invited Kylie as the lead actress in one of the MVs of his composition.
Marcus Ho is the first bassist that Kylie played with when she started to perform in a combo after being in a big band. You can always see Marcus' cool performances in jazz, pop and other music genre with different musicians such as Phil Lam, the awarded singer-song-writer. Kylie and Bernard have performed jazzified version of one of his greatest hits.
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Kylie Estrela, an up-and-coming new jazz voice
Kylie has been told that her gifted voice can penetrate listeners’ hearts with her soulful, heartfelt interpretations. Her jazz voice journey has been cultivated by many different jazzicians, from big bands to duos.
Alongside her musical-theatre acting journey, Kylie had her debut jazz singing appearance with the Beijing Big Band in China. She then became the guest vocalist and presenter for SNJO and HKYJO in the Hong Kong Youth Big Band Festival, the Shenzhen Fringe Festival and the Hong Kong Summer Jazz Festival. Kylie was also the featured artist in the Hong Kong Fringe Club’s “Spotlight Penang in Hong Kong” event in 2015.
Pop music was a big part of Kylie’s upbringing as a city girl in Hong Kong, but the jazz seed was first planted due to the influence of her mom. Further voice study in Paris broadened her vision of the performing arts, and the Lindy Hop has brought her even closer to jazz.
Kylie has performed in many musical-theatre shows in Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Japan and Malaysia, and you may have heard her singing in TV commercials for SONY Xperia, Panasonic, Genki Sushi and Nestle.
During the “Jazz Lunch” series on the third Wednesday of each month from January to April 2018, Kylie will be sharing her jazz music stories together with her “jazzicians”.
- You are welcome to bring your own lunch.
- Cash bar will be opened during event. We will also serve cakes and fruit cups.
- Admission will start 30 minutes before show time.
- Please present the printed tickets/ e-tickets for admission at the door.
- 50 seats plus standing spaces. Seats are first-come-first-served.
“Jazz-Go-Central, Jazz-Go-Fringe” is financially supported by the Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
The content of these programmes does not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Hong Kong Fringe Club reserves the right to change the programmes and performers