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Two Nights Only: Jacqui Naylor & Art Khu

Maduro presents:

TWO NIGHTS ONLY feat. Jacqui Naylor & Art Khu (USA)
Fri 25 Oct | 9PM – 12AM
Sat 26 Oct | 9PM – 12AM


This October, Singapore’s hottest (and only) hilltop jazz joint Maduro SG welcomes its first ever international act – a striking Californian vocalist with celebrated performances at some of the world’s finest jazz clubs including all three Blue Note New York, Blue Note Milano and BLUE NOTE TOKYO outposts. From old school vanguards like Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London to the new-school cool SFJAZZ r in San Francisco; long-running gatekeepers from New York City’s Jazz Standard and Birdland Jazz Club to Washington DC’s Blues Alley; as well as Barcelona’s Jamboree, Munich’s Jazzclub Unterfahrt, Jazz Club Istanbul, Monterey Jazz Festival and many more—she’s done it all—the list reads like a dream and we’re very much looking forward to join as she makes her Singapore debut at our listening lounge.


On the afternoon of Thursday, 24 October, Naylor and Art Khu will reconvene at Maduro SG for a masterclass created for the budding jazz musicians from LASALLE College of the Arts, with limited seats open for all to sign up. Learn the secret to Naylor’s warm, recognisable style and her sensitive and timeless treatment of jazz standards that remain appealing to both jazz purists and folk fusion fans today.


Seats are limited with only 55 tickets per evening and reserved on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information, please email reservations@maduro.sg or call/Whatsapp ‭+65 9756 4775.‬


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THU 24 OCT: https://bit.ly/naylormc (masterclass for students)
FRI 25 OCT: https://bit.ly/naylorfrifb (limited drop TBA)
SAT 26 OCTt: https://bit.ly/naylorsatfb (dropping Wed 18 Sep, 0900)


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