This month welcomes the long-awaited Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival in the Monte Carlo Opera’s Salle Garnier. Inviting contemporary jazz and talented artists over the last eight years, Monaco has become an established musical centre. La Costa Properties Monaco is happy to present you with the line-up for this years largest music event in the Principality.
An upcoming and young talented musician by the name of Jean-Lou Treboux will open the Monte Carlo Jazz Festival with exciting sounds on Tuesday 25th of November with his vibraphone. Later in the evening the stage will welcome the Galliano, Lagrène and Lockwood Trio lightening up the festival with their accordians, violins and guitars with the sound of European jazz. Sylvain Luc & Stefano Di Battista Quartet will be one of the most awaited of the night providing a blend of soothing saxophone and guitars.
On the following evening, Wednesday 26th of November, the Salle Garnier will accommodate a night filled with rock, jazz and afro-american sounds from Ibrahim Maalouf, a creative trumpet player from Lebanon and Kenny Garret, a post bop jazz saxophonist from the USA. Be prepared for an adventurous journey through the mesmirising Orient.
Thursday 27th of November holds the theme of ‘world music’. Céu, a young singer from Brazil will open the concert, followed by a talented group of 20 musicians, Orchestre El Gusto, who plan to provide the audience with a truly unforgettable musical experience. North African ‘chaâbi’ music will be played by an array of atypical instruments such as the lute, banjo and ganoun, which will inspire good rhythms.
Chris Rea arrives on the 28th of November. This renowned guitarist will be singing some of his former greatest hits for his big comeback, including ‘The Road to Hell’ and ‘Joséphine’. The evening will also foresee soul singer Robin McKelle from the United States for some southern rhythm and blues.
Closing night will welcome three fantastic acts including Lemmy Constantine, who will play gypsy jazz on the guitar, Dee Dee Bridgewater, an unforgettable voice in the world of Jazz and last but not least US singer, songwriter and saxophonist Curtis Stigers. Closing the entire festival, Curtis will surely be playing some of his old and new hits including ‘I Wonder Why’.
Tickets are between 60€ and 70€.
Be prepared for five days of music from around the world in the midst of luxury Monaco property. For more information and reservations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call SBM at +377 98 06 36 36.