Emma Birdsall Quintet
Emma Birdsall Quintet
Code One presents

Emma Birdsall Quintet

Brass Monkey (Cronulla, NSW)
Sunday, 12 April 2020 7:00 PM
3 days away
18 Plus

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General Admission - Standing Room Only - Doors Open 7pm
Please Note: To book seated MEAL & SHOW tickets please call the venue on (02) 9544 3844 - A general admission ticket does not guarantee seating. All Shows Are 18+ - Doors Open 7pm
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Following a successful run of standout performances in the first season of The Voice, dazzling features in Channel 9’s smash hit drama Love Child, and a concert series with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, Emma Birdsall is bringing her warm and soulful tone back to The Brass Monkey..

Described by soul-singer (and coach on The Voice) Seal as “impeccably classy”, Birdsall “sings with a knowing directness that is, frankly, hard to resist” (Sydney Morning Herald). She’s travelled the globe songwriting, penned hit tunes for top Australian artists (Jessica Mauboy, Dami Im) and dipped her toes into the world of theatre as an actor, playing the fiery Miriam Aarons in a sold out season of The Women at Sydney Fringe Festival in 2018.

Since her impressive debut earlier this year at Manly’s International Jazz Festival, Emma has found her feet and truly found her “Voice” by coming back to her first love - jazz. Echoing the sounds of Sinatra, Diana Krall, Julie London and Peggy Lee, Birdsall and her band of young-spirited musicians will take you on a nostalgic and romantic trip down memory lane as they swing and saunter through the classics. You’ll hear familiar songs throughout the evening such as A Foggy Day, Moonlight In Vermont and Strangers In The Night, several of which feature on her debut EP ‘For Eric’, a tribute to her late grandfather.

Emma pairs delightfully with her quartet, accompanied by her husband (and arranger) Daniel May on piano and other exciting soloists. 

Web: www.emmabirdsall.com.au 
Instagram: @emma_birdsall