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  • Date: Friday, 2 March 2018, 8pm
  • Venue: The Jazzlab — 27 Leslie St, Brunswick, VIC
  • Tickets: Adults: $25 | Children: $20 | Concession: $20 Booking fees may apply — Tickets can be purchased online or by phone on (03) 9388 1999

Event Details

Berardi/Foran/Karlen create music that brings together captivating melodies, lush harmonies and emotive collective improvisation. The sense of group empathy is striking, with a subconscious understanding of the flow between the voice (Kristin Berardi), piano (Sean Foran), and Saxophone (Rafael Karlen) developed through years of performances and shared musical vision. With the music drawing on modern jazz, European folk music and classical music you may hear influences from jazz masters such as Kenny Wheeler, Bobo Stenson and Norma Winstone alongside the sounds of Debussy and Joni Mitchell. Highly improvised, and with incredible group cohesion, each performance shares the trio’s joy of music making.

This acclaimed trio are now back in Melbourne for a show at the Jazzlab on the 2nd of March performing music from their award-winning album “Hope in my Pocket” and selections of new repertoire.

"If you have not heard Kristin Berardi sing, rush to do so. She is probably the finest jazz singer Australia has produced..." - SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

"The balance between composition and improvisation gives the ear a bit of structure to rely upon while keeping on its toes. Most of all, this music is about as beautiful as it gets (Rafael Karlen - Sweetness of things half-remembered)" - WONDERING SOUND

"a gifted pianist with abundant ideas and the technique to go with them (Sean Foran)" – IRISH TIMES

Further information for this event is available online at the event's website or by phone on (03) 9388 1999

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