Ingrid James Quintet & Jazz Singers’ Jam Session
With a killer line-up – Brendan St Ledger, Sam Vincent, Dave Sanders, Martha Baartz – award-winning Queensland jazz vocalist, Ingrid James presents a wide-range of vocal jazz, including the cool and hip swing grooves from the Great American Songbook to the cruisy, lush and warm Brazilian Bossa Novas and Sambas.
When | Saturday 16th September
Time | 4.00pm – 7.00pm
Where | Fringe Pavilion, Wallace Nicoll Park, Currumbin Beach
Cost | FREE
More about Ingrid James
[Ingrid]…”showcases the versatility in Ingrid’s sultry, smooth sound as well as her wonderful intonation and musicality. At times she’s out front with her unique vocal style and melodic interpretation. Then, just as easily, she’s able to blend right into the horn section as if she were one of the instruments”. Eric Marienthal, USA, saxophonist/composer
”She whisks through with the ease and precision of a fleet-footed ballet dancer. Ingrid is a fluid balladeer who appeals to the emotions as she captivates our ears while masterfully painting word pictures…using her voice as an instrument to double the lead, scat sing or join the horn line behind a soloist (here again a perfect trifecta). Whether she’s the vocalist in front of the band or melding her voice into an instrument within the band, Ingrid James consistently displays impeccable intonation, pinpoint articulation and the ability to navigate unusual intervals and angles with finesse, without ever losing the beauty of her God-given voice” Mark Channon, Radio Host, USA.
More about the SWELL Fringe Pavilion at Wallace Nicoll Park, Pacific Parade, Currumbin.
The Fringe Pavilion is home of the SWELL Fringe and bar, located in Wallace Nicoll Park, Currumbin Beach. The Fringe Pavilion will come alive each evening with artistic programming such as live music, performance and masterclasses, plus the bar will be open to the public daily from 12 – 8pm. Our wonderful food vendors will be open to satisfy all of your cravings. Please note the Fringe Pavilion is a large tent, so if it’s chilly make sure you rug up.
IMAGE: Ingrid James