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Olivia Trummer

“Young, gifted and deutsch” (jazzthing). Quoting Nina Simone’s hit “To be young, gifted and black”, the response of the critics to Olivia Trummer’s debut album “Nach Norden” (2006) turned out to be visionary: as well as the High Priestess of Soul, Olivia Trummer has surpassed her early role of classically trained jazz pianist and turned out to be an elegant songwriter and a particularly expressive interpreter. The formative years spent in New York – the jazz metropole – and her deep connection with European classical music have always been – and remain – ongoing sources of inspiration. Olivia Trummer can’t be tied to a genre or geographic coordinates. Her music, as the press stated, “magically combines the rhythmic fluidity of Gretchen Parlato with the same sense of wonder as Esperanza Spalding” (jazzwise magazine). This talent becomes particularly evident in her concerts as a soloist, where her lyrical pianism, full of wits and shades, coexists and is magically intertwined with her emotive, sensuous, and crystal-clear voice, which sometimes turns into a wind instrument and hits very high notes, capturing the listener.

In her solo concerts, she alternates personal versions of the masterpieces of Sting, Ray Charles, John Lennon, Bill Withers, Chick Corea and more with original songs, creating a complete and emotional live performance.

  • Museo Emilio Greco
  • Piazza del Duomo, 26
  • Start: 3pm (CET)

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