JAZZ MUSIC CONCERTS “LOVE MONTSALVAT” – Event Information

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Montsalvat presents two jazz music concerts on Sunday May 22, 2022! Help us rebuild after the impacts of Covid; your support is vital for Montsalvat to continue to inspire new generations of artists and new audiences.

Join us in the Barn Gallery for two amazing live performances starting with Jackie Bornstein 17 hours. Jackie Bornstein is one of Melbourne’s most captivating jazz, chanson and bossa nova singers, known for her rich tones and ability to get to the heart of a track. Alongside Jackie, the world-class jazz pianist Marc Fitzgibbon. Mark’s touch and virtuosity is why he is one of Australia’s most in-demand players. Savor a light champagne dinner and then listen to piano maestro Joe Chindamo starting at 7 p.m.! Joe Chindamo is a musical polyglot in the line of Bernstein and Previn. He is regularly described as one of the best jazz pianists in the world, although his art transcends jazz, having composed concertos, chamber music and film music.

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Sunday May 22
The Barn Gallery
5 p.m. – Jackie Bornstein
6:15 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. – a light champagne dinner
7 p.m. – Joe Chindamo
The event ends at 8 p.m.
*Online reservations close at 4 p.m. on the day of the event. Tickets are available at the door.

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Jackie Bornstein Growing up in a musical family with a musical diet heavily laden with big band swing, bebop and modern jazz, Jackie developed an ear for jazz from childhood. As a classically trained child (voice, piano and clarinet), she continued her fondness for jazz, becoming heavily influenced by the big names in modern voice, including Kurt Elling, Dianne Reeves and Dee Dee Bridgewater. Jackie has become a regular at Melbourne’s top jazz venues and festivals with performances at Lido Jazz Room, Bennetts Lane Jazz Club, Bird’s Basement, Paris Cat Jazz Club, Kew Court House, Jazzlab, Melbourne Recital Centre’s Salon , the Melbourne International Jazz Festival and more. She has performed with a selection of Australia’s finest jazz and improv musicians including James Sherlock, Carl Mackey, Philip Rex, Ben Hanlon, Nathan Slater, Andrea Keller, Stephen Magnusson, Mark Fitzgibbon, Angela Davis, Tamara Murphy, Sam Keevers and many others.

“A spellbinding singer and captivating storyteller” – Australian Jazz

Joe Chindamo is a musical polyglot in the line of Bernstein and Previn. He is regularly described as one of the best jazz pianists in the world, although his art transcends jazz, having composed concertos, chamber music and film music. He has an incredible ability to customize anything that comes into his orbit, as evidenced by his work with violinist and duo partner Zoe Black.

He has more facility on the piano than you could ever wish, his energy is boundless, he is always inventive and never settles for the obvious (unless it’s the best). Never ask Joe for an idea unless you’re prepared for an avalanche of creativity, every time… The reason Joe Chindamo stops you when you hear him is his pure love of what he does, a love that sparkles with every note. – James Morrison, master of jazz.

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