Jazz duo in Greenacres

By Esther Hayden

There will be an intimate jazz performance in Greenacres on Wednesday, March 9 at 8pm.

Trummer and Treboux have already thrilled classical and jazz audiences alike with their unique musical style and spirited performances.

Having achieved international success as a jazz pianist, singer and songwriter Olivia Trummer now embraces her rich classical upbringing, her early exposure to classical music and her experience as a classical piano soloist. Now for the first time both sides of this fascinating young artist come together in this exciting project.

Swiss vibraphone player Jean-Lou Treboux has taken music by Bach, Mozart and Scarlatti and tastefully created jazz inspired arrangements of the selected pieces.

To book contact www.wexfordartscentre.ie or 053 9123764.

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