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Melody Gardot © melodygardot.co.uk

Melody Gardot

»Sunset in the Blue«

Monday 31 October 2022
19:30 – ca. 21:15
Großer Saal

Performers

Melody Gardot, Gesang

Philippe Powell, Klavier

Jorge Bezerra, Percussion

Chris Thomas, Kontrabass

Armenian Quartet, Streichquartett

Note

Unterstützt von Erste Bank
Medienpartner Ö1 Cub

Subscription series Jazz

Links https://melodygardot.co.uk

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

The Power of Music

She owes her career not to a typical musician's biography, but to a tragic event. When Gardot was 19 years old, she suffered serious injuries in an accident. The singer, who was already performing in bars at the age of sixteen, drew strength from music and began writing her own songs during her convalescence, which were released shortly afterwards as an album under the title »Some Lessons: The Bedroom Sessions.« It is like »an alchemical feat that such bold and impressive music can be created through terrible pain and uncertainty,« attest the critics.

Regarding the classification into a certain genre, Melody Gardot says: »I can understand why some people hear mainly blues in my songs. Others think my music is actually jazz. But if you look at it closely, you come to the conclusion: it's all about songwriting and the stories that form the basis for it. When people tell you that you have the blues, that's what they mean. The blues is not a style or genre, it's a feeling.«

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