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A Centenary Celebration of Ella Fitzgerald - Alison Jiear
 

Following sell-out shows in London, Laurence Olivier Award nominated vocalist Alison Jiear returns to her home country with her phenomenal jazz  quartet to perform music made famous by the “First Lady of Song” with a show packed full of iconic standards such as A  Tisket A TasketEv’ry  Time We  Say GoodbyeLady be GoodHernando’s  Hideaway and That  ‘Ol Black  Magic. One of the greatest voices in cabaret you’ll ever hear, Alison is a class act, and will move you to tears.

More information available at https://sydneycabaretfest.com/events/alison-jiear/

Additionally, for one exclusive night on July 11, Alison Jiear joins with musical director Michael Tyack to present their insights into creating and crafting a cabaret show. Working with two emerging Australian cabaret artists on their act and interpretation of material and patter, this is a behind the scenes look at how cabaret is created. Ali’s warm and wonderful sense of humour will shine as she nurtures and inspires the next generation.

Masterclass information available at https://sydneycabaretfest.com/events/masterclass-alison-jier/

 

Venue: Chequers at Seymour Centre, City Rd & Cleveland St, Chippendale NSW 2008
Dates: Friday 12 July 2019 – Saturday 13 July 2019
Bookings: P: 02 9351 7940 E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tickets available now at https://sydneycabaretfest.com/events/alison-jiear/

 

 

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