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Fri 2 May 2014, 8:30pm–11:00pm

Where: Foundry616, 616 Harris St., Ultimo, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General: $25.00
  • Studnet/Conc: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply


Listed by: gordana

Mo Award 2001, 2003 & 2004, National Jazz Award winner and multiple A.R.I.A finalist, Michelle Nicolle is a jazz musician, arranger and band-leader, based in Melbourne, and celebrated as Australia's finest female jazz singer.

Every Thursday for nearly 6 years in a small little room in Brunswick, Michelle has been playing with double bass and tenor sax - taking requests all night. No chords and no need for them!

On Friday, May 2nd, Michelle will be bringing a bit of The Brunswick Green to Sydney. With addition of drums and possibly a set-list, Michelle and the band will venture their way through a night of great songs.

Known for her ability to get right to the heart of a song, as well as being an in the moment improviser Michelle has continually developed and nurtured her art form with the help of her quartet. As well as releasing 7 CDs the MNQuartet has toured extensively throughout Australia and internationally, with performances including Tokyo Jazz Festival, Penang Island Jazz Festival, Jakjazz (Indonesia), Jarasum Jazz Festival (Korea) and North Sea Jazz Festival in The Netherlands.

Michelle’s current CD (finalist in 2013 Bell Awards) Mancini is a collection of songs all penned by Henry Mancini and arranged my Michelle; all explored in the MNQuartet’s unique style.

With true improvisation and skill at it's heart, this is an unmissable evening with some of Australia's best musicians in the intimacy of Sydney's newest jazz club, Foundry616. Come and join Michelle Nicolle and her band - and bring your favourite song to request!

Michelle Nicolle (vocals) Matt Keagan (sax) Brendan Clarke (bass) Hamish Stuart (drums)

" exceptional singer... who deserves attention as an original and inspiring Jazz artist." Cadence Magazine (USA)

"Michelle Nicolle stands above any other jazz singer in the country." ***** Weekend Australian