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JANET SEIDEL QUINTET
Wednesday 24 September 2014, From 8.30pm

JANET SEIDEL QUINTET

Member ticket only - £15
Non-members ticket only– £20
Members dining + ticket– £40
Non-members dining + ticket– £45

Over 18s only

'Her voice is as pure and warm as a soft summer breeze' Weekend Australian
with Bobby Worth (drums) and Ted Beamont (piano)

Doors Open 7pm
1st Set 8.30pm
2nd Set 10pm

JANET SEIDEL QUINTET

Smooth, sophisticated and stylish, the Janet Seidel Trio have a uniquely warm and natural approach to  sound that comes as a breath of fresh air wherever they go. With a wealth of experience, world wide, from recording studios (18 CDs released), live radio performances (including ABC, BBC, Japan), concert halls, theatres, jazz clubs and festivals, cabaret venues to country halls and private parties, Janet's captivating voice along with superb guitar and bass, wins over new audiences time and again.

Reviewers have compared her favourably with iconic artists including Peggy Lee, Doris Day, Julie London and Blossom Dearie, accurately noting her influences. The trio uses the renowned Nat King Cole line up (piano/vocals, jazz guitar and double bass) and the extensive repertoire ranges from jazz standards, ballads, Latin, French Chanson, through to the more quirky depending on the setting.

'Her voice is as pure and warm as a soft summer breeze' Weekend Australian

"Seidel has an exquisite gentle and agile voice and honours each tune she sings' All about Jazz USA

'Janet is a singer who swings and caresses the lyrics of great songs with a sexy vocal magic'
Melbourne SunHerald

'Janet has a drop dead gorgeous voice; Songwriters Monthly USA

'She sings with a seemingly effortless and swinging grace'  Bruce Crowther UK Jazz Journal