Beat the Heat with an Evening of Cool Jazz, World Fusion Style: Join Annette Philip & Friends in Boston’s South End: July 26th, Tuesday (8:00 p.m. – Midnight)

July 22, 2011 at 4:06 am Leave a comment

Talented performer, recording artist, arranger/composer, and conductor Annette Philip has a real knack for creative and innovative vocal stylings, some of which she would love to share with you next Tuesday evening at Boston’s infamous Beehive eatery and music entertainment venue. She will be appearing with her very own Annette Philip Group as they bring you an evening of premier world fusion style jazz. In keeping with Annette’s highly creative spirit, the band continues to push the envelope with respect to the world fusion genre as they blend musical elements from many diverse cultures into their overall jazz sound. At the present time, one can definitely hear influences of jazz, funk, Indian, Latin, and Middle Eastern styles in their music, although the band continues to evolve on a never-ending artistic continuum. Their membership hail collectively from India, Germany, Ukraine, and the United States which, as you can imagine, is a huge asset with respect to their heavily internationally influenced playing style. Performers include Annette Philip (vocals), Bertram Lehmann (drums), Maxim Lubarsky (keyboards), Jesse Williams (bass), and Bill Vint (flute/saxophone). 

As a recipient of both an award and a scholarship during her tenure as a student at the Berklee College of Music, it comes as no surprise that Ms. Philip is now a member of the school’s faculty. Performing professionally since the tender age of 17, she has shared the stage with such greats as Buster Williams, Victor Lewis, Jack DeJohnette, Shubha Mudgal, Fritz Renold, and many, many others. Other highlights of her career include singing spots on advertisements for major product lines including: Pepsi, Nestle, Panasonic, 7-Up, Indian Airlines, and Microsoft, appearances at the international festival JAZZ AAR (Aarau, Switzerland), hearing her own original compositions performed by some of the music industry’s top artists, and participation in a vast array of commercial recordings of all types. One of Philip’s dearest and proudest accomplishments is the founding of India’s musician’s aid program, Artistes Unlimited of New Delhi, which is currently considered a primary breeding ground for the country’s best up and coming talent. Locally, she serves or has served in various artistic capacities with Women of the World, The Makanda Project, Euphoria, Aditya Balani Group, and Maxim Lubarsky & Andres Espinoza. This highly accomplished local artist with her very talented band mates promise to keep the Beehive abuzz with the great sound of world fusion jazz next Tuesday evening as the Annette Philip Group takes the stage! 


 

 

Event Details:

 

When: July 26th, Tuesday (8:00 p.m. – Midnight)

Where: The Beehive (South End)

Admission: No cover charge

More Info: 617-423-0069 / 617-423-0096 (Fax) / frontdesk@beehiveboston.com

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