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Doors open at 7:30pm
Dinner and performances begin at 7:45pm
£25 Table Seating | £10 Standing
Francesca Tandoi (piano), Stefano Senni (double bass), Jason Brown (drums)
Italian pianist/vocalist Francesca Tandoi is recognised by critics and audiences as one of the most interesting talents on the international jazz scene. Known to be an excellent composer and extraordinary band leader, Tandoi has found many successes all over the world.
Pianist/vocalist Francesca Tandoi was born in Rome and has been playing the piano since she was 12 years old. Oscar Peterson is a great source of inspiration for her. She moved to Holland in 2009 to study at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague and the Conservatory of Rotterdam. After graduation she began her international career, which saw her intensively involved in concerts and tours in some of the most important theatres, festivals and clubs around the world (such as the North Sea Jazz Festival, Umbria Jazz, Cork Jazz, Breda jazz, Amsterdam Arena stadium and many others in the USA, Indonesia, India, Japan, South Africa, and throughout Europe).
As leader of her trio since 2014 she already has several recordings to her credit "For Elvira" "Something blue" "Magic Three" and " Wind dance". The latter appears in the ranking "top 10 best jazz albums of 2017" by the famous Japanese magazine "Jazz Life". Her latest recording is 'When in Rome' released in 2022. She appears as a sideman on more than 20 recordings, three of them in a quartet with saxophonist Scott Hamilton.
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