Concert by Kadri Voorand & Mihkel Malgand for Women in Jazz – Nissa Jazz Festival – Giornale Nisseno

Estonian composer, pianist and singer Kadri Voorand in duo with Mihkel Malgand in concert on Friday 26 November for the second appointment of the Musicarte season “Women in jazz. Nissa Jazz Festival ”at the Regina Margherita Municipal Theater in Caltanissetta

Second appointment of the season “Women in Jazz – Nissa Jazz Festival” Next Friday 26 November at 9 pm at the Regina Margherita Municipal Theater with the concert of the young Estonian composer, pianist and singer Kadri Voorand & Mihkel Malgand.

The all-female concert season is organized in collaboration with the Catania Jazz association, and includes 7 concerts until May 2022, the month in which the Israeli singer NOA will perform to close the festival. You can still subscribe to the “Women in Jazz – Nissa Jazz Festival” season, or buy the single ticket, online at The Teachers Bonus can also be used by calling 095.7225340, communicating the generated code and then withdrawing the season ticket directly on Friday 26th at the Margherita Theater.

The multi-instrumentalist Kadri Voorand, will perform in duo with Mihkel Mälgand (she on vocals, piano, kalimba, violin, electronics, he on double bass, electric bass, guitar, cello, percussion), and will propose a repertoire that ranges from the folk-indie of I’m Not In Love (not that of 10 cc) to the turbulent notes of Aging Child, which smell of African rhythms, passing through obstinate contemporaries that contain both jazz and Balkan sounds, as in the velvety notes of Revenge.

And fresh, on a par, are his compositions and his arrangements, even when he plays with the musical past, as in Like Yoko And John, where he also slips fragments of Imagine between known swinging and stormy progress. A duo that looks like an orchestra, especially in songs like They Don’t Really Care About Us, signed by Michael Jackson and the only cover of the album, where his voice strikes the original song, nitely to a sparkling arrangement. As well as in the harrowing ambient-jazz of What If I Did Kill You, thanks to the vocal support of the producer and singer Noëp.

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The entrance to the concert is only possible with the presentation of the Green Pass or the tampon made in the last 48 hours. Children under the age of 12 and those who have a suitable medical certification issued according to the criteria defined in a circular from the Ministry of Health are exempt.

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