Thursday VOX: Maya Nova (Singapore)
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The Singapore Jazz Club Presents
Hosted by Mario Serio
1 September Protected content , Thursday
Happy Hour 8: Protected content
Show Time 9:30PM
Early Bird S$10. Protected content fee
Upon making the vibrant island of Singapore her second home, MAYA NOVA established herself as one of the most sought after jazz vocalists, appearing at concerts, festivals and events at Esplanade Theatres of The Bay, CHIJMES, South Bridge Jazz Club, Marina Bay Sands, Resort World, Sentosa just to name a few. She has also performed in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), New Delhi (India), Shanghai (China), Seoul (South Korea) and Hanoi (Vietnam).
Since Protected content , Nova has been on the faculty of the Contemporary Music Performance Department of LaSalle College of The Arts as an adjunct voice lecturer.
Protected content the release of her debut jazz album "Open" with a concert at the Late Nite Show series at Esplanade Recital Hall, Singapore.
In Protected content performed with her jazz quartet at Bansko International Jazz Festival (Bulgaria) and Nisville Jazz Festival (Serbia) in collaboration with the renowned US saxophonist Rick Margitza.
Her second album entitled “Days” consists of her original compositions and was recorded in New York with her jazz trio featuring: John Di Martino (piano), Peter Slavov (bass), Alexandre Kautz (drums) and was released digitally in July Protected content , followed by live concert-presentations in Singapore, New York, Bulgaria and Vietnam.
Maya Nova continues to tour between the three continetns as a performer, teacher and songwriter.
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101 Jalan Sultan # Protected content The Sultan Hotel | Singapore
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Terms & Conditions:
- No refunds or exchanges allowed.
- Minimum age for admission: 18 years of age
- Dress Code: Smart Casual. No Flip-flops, Shorts, Singlets and Bermudas, etc. will not be allowed into the venue.
- Management reserves the right to refuse entry