Dianne Reeves

USA

Sunday 11 June
at 7:30pm

Arts Centre Melbourne,
Hamer Hall

Intoxicating

Soulful

Transcendent

Virtuosic

Captivating

Price

Premium Reserve: $119
A Reserve: $109 / $99 CONC.
B Reserve: $99 / $89 CONC.
C Reserve: $89 / $79 CONC.

An additional $8.50 Service Charge per order applies for online and phone bookings

Hailed as jazz’s greatest living vocalist, the incomparable Dianne Reeves will bring the 2017 Festival to an unforgettable close with an evening of sophisticated and deeply soulful song.

The most awarded female jazz vocalist of all time, among her accolades are a string of Grammy Awards, including an unprecedented three consecutive awards for Best Jazz Vocal Performance.

A musician with a gift for imbuing any performance space with the intimacy of a living room, Reeves was born into a musical family (George Duke was her cousin and frequent longtime collaborator). She toured with Sergio Mendes and Harry Belafonte in the 80s before launching her own stellar solo career by using jazz as a ‘passport’ to other styles, including Latin, African, reggae, R&B, blues, and pop classics.

With her intoxicating stage presence, captivating voice and improvisational virtuosity, Dianne Reeves is a natural wonder not to be missed. Her highly anticipated return to Melbourne promises to be nothing short of legendary.

Personnel

Dianne Reeves
voice

Peter Martin
piano

Romero Lubambo
guitar

Reginald Veal
bass

Terreon Gully
drums

Hailed as jazz’s greatest living vocalist, the incomparable Dianne Reeves will bring the 2017 Festival to an unforgettable close with an evening of sophisticated and deeply soulful song.

The most awarded female jazz vocalist of all time, among her accolades are a string of Grammy Awards, including an unprecedented three consecutive awards for Best Jazz Vocal Performance.

A musician with a gift for imbuing any performance space with the intimacy of a living room, Reeves was born into a musical family (George Duke was her cousin and frequent longtime collaborator). She toured with Sergio Mendes and Harry Belafonte in the 80s before launching her own stellar solo career by using jazz as a ‘passport’ to other styles, including Latin, African, reggae, R&B, blues, and pop classics.

With her intoxicating stage presence, captivating voice and improvisational virtuosity, Dianne Reeves is a natural wonder not to be missed. Her highly anticipated return to Melbourne promises to be nothing short of legendary.

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