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Juliana Areias – Jobim Songbook Concert
Saturday 20 January 7.00pm
Let’s sway all the way to Copacabana Beach!
The Bossa Nova Baby, Juliana Areias is back for her last show at The Ellington Jazz Club, before she embarks on her US Tour.
Celebrating Jobim’s 90th birthday and Bossa Nova’s 60th Anniversary, Juliana Areias presents a tribute to her favourite composer and bossa nova master; Antonio Carlos Jobim.
The concert will embrace timeless Jobim bossa classics – such as; The Girl from Ipanema, One note samba, Corcovado, No more blues (Chega de Saudade), Waters of March (Aguas de Marco) – which were introduced to the English Speaking world by Antonio Carlos Jobim, Joao & Astrud Gilberto, Sergio Mendes, Stan Getz, Charlie Byrd, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Diana Krall, Herbie Hancock, and Al Jarreau, Esperanza Spalding; – as well as other breathtaking Jobim compositions that may sound new for the audience.
On board with Juliana Areias on this sensuous musical journey, the grooviest cats in town: Paul Millard – sax/flute, Ray Walker – guitar, Joe Southwell – bass and Bronton Ainsworth – drums.
Juliana was personally introduced to the Bossa Nova founders when she was a teenager by the legendary Brazilian music historian and journalist Ruy Castro who also named her “The Bossa Nova Baby”. This direct contact with the bossa masters inspired her to become a professional singer and songwriter.
Juliana Areias’s career includes recent touring performances at the Sydney Opera House, at the Ronnie Scott Jazz Club in London, at Munganga Theatre in Amsterdam, at the Beco das Garrafas in Rio, Brazil and at the Tanks Jazz Up North Series in Cairns along with Kate Ceberano and The Cat Empire – as well as The Montreux Jazz Festival, Auckland Festival, America’s Cup (NZ), The Perth International Jazz Festival, WAM Festival, Kings Park Festival and Ritmo Festival at Darling Harbour performing for over 30,000 people.
Her first original album “Bossa Nova Baby”, produced in Perth with the support of the Department of Culture and the Arts of Western Australia, was featured as the “Changing Face of Australian Music” on ABC Radio National. It has been receiving regular air play in Australia, Europe, Japan, USA , Brazil and Latin America.
Juliana is also WAM – Western Australia Music Award finalist for Song of the year – World Music Category 2015 and Best World Music Act 2015/2016.
For more information visit www.julianaareias.com