This prestigious Antilles-born, Paris-based singer is visiting Barcelona for the third time with her classic, elegant jazz with a warm touch.
Tricia Evy is currently one of the most sensual voices in European jazz. Not only does she have vocal prowess, but also taste and a chameleon-like ability to range over different genres, as well as the wisdom that comes from the experience of working on so many stages. She’s young but experienced and she sings time stands still. If you’ve never seen her live you have the chance to do so at Jamboree. If you have already seen her, there is no need to say more.
Evy was born on the island of Guadalupe in the Caribbean and has developed her career in Paris, working tirelessly on the local jazz circuit. Her repertoire consists of a large selection of standards, in other words, the legacy of the classic American songbook of the 1920 and 30s, together with popular Caribbean songs to which she lends her characteristic touch of warmth and emotion. She has played in Barcelona twice before where she is known by a select public.
For her upcoming visit to Jamboree on 31 March and 1 April, Evy will be accompanied by Gerard Nieto (piano), Ignasi González (double bass on 31 March), Pere Loewe (double bass on 1 April) and Roger Gutiérrez (drums). Additional information is available on the Jamboree website, where you can also buy tickets.
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