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Dear Billie – Jackie Bornstein Quintet

When:

Wed 29 Nov 2017, 8:00pm–10:00pm

Where: Paris Cat, 6 Goldie Place, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $25.00
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Listed by: Jackie Bornstein

One of the greatest jazz singers of all time, Billie Holiday expressed a depth of emotion like no other. Paving the way for many female artists and activists, Holiday resisted traditional gender roles of her time, took a stand for human solidarity, became a song writer and created a lasting musical legacy.

Paying homage to the great Lady Day, Jackie Bornstein will perform a selection of her personal favourites from Holiday's iconic recordings. Featuring the classic Holiday signature songs "Body And Soul" and "Strange Fruit", Holiday's own compositions including "Don't Explain" and "Stormy Blues", plus tunes from Holiday's discography composed by Duke Ellington, George Gershwin, Cole Porter and more. Featuring the talents of:

Jackie Bornstein - voice
Carl Mackey - saxophone
Sam Keevers - piano
Ben Hanlon - bass
Rajiv Jayaweera - drums

Jackie Bornstein (voice)
Jackie Bornstein is one of Melbourne's most captivating singers. She has become a regular fixture on the Melbourne Jazz scene performing at Melbourne's top venues and securing a recent sellout debut at the Melbourne International Jazz Festival. Known for her rich tones and ability to get to the heart of a tune, Jackie brings a powerful energy to each performance. Trained classically as a child, Jackie went on to study jazz at the Victorian College of the Arts and completed a UK Masters scholarship on the role of music in resolving conflict. She has developed her own style utilizing varied vocal timbres.

Carl Mackey (saxophone)
Carl Mackey has been on the professional jazz scene since the age of 16. A musician with broad experience, both in Australia and overseas, Carl has played with the likes of Terell Stafford, Lionel Hampton, Bernie McGann, Don Burrows, James Morrison, Barney McAll, Mark The Yellowjackets, the Beastie Boys, Beck, The Waifs and more.

Sam Keevers (piano)
One of Australia’s finest improvising pianists, Sam has performed with many of the most noted local and International musicians including Bernie McGann, Kate Ceberano, Katie Noonan, Vince Jones, Sinead O’connor, and Meshell Ndegeocello. Sam has composed for feature films and television and was nominated for an ARIA award for the album “Grace” (a duo recording with Jamie Oehlers).

Ben Hanlon (bass)
Versatile bassist Ben Hanlon performs with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra as well as gigging around Melbourne’s jazz venues with esteemed artists including Hue Blanes, James Sherlock and Olivia and Joe Chindamo. Ben has travelled across America, Europe and Asia for study and touring, and performed a solo on David Hirschfelder’s score for 2016 film The Dressmaker.

Rajiv Jayaweera (drums)
Following a 10 year career as an in-demand member of the Australian music scene Rajiv moved to New York in 2011. As well as playing New Yorks legendary jazz clubs, Rajiv has performed at leading jazz clubs/festivals in Bangkok, Sri Lanka, Edinburgh, Scandinavia, The Netherlands, Belgium, France, Canada, Chile, Italy, Argentina, London, Japan, Korea and The Dominican Republic.