Nikki Yeoh Infinitum

Fri Nov 23 2018

8:00 PM Doors

Vortex Jazz Club

11 Gillett Square London N16 8AZ

£16.25

All Ages

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Since her emergence on the British Jazz Scene in the mid 90s pianist Nikki Yeoh has proved to be an improviser, composer and all-round adventurer who has continually sought to broaden her musical horizons. Here she appears with brothers Mark and Michael Mondesir.

b. 23 May 1973, London, England. Daughter of an English mother and a Chinese-Malaysian father, Yeoh began playing piano as a tiny child and proved to be a gifted pianist. While still in her late teens, she became a professional musician. In 1996, she won The Independent award for Best Jazz Musician Of The Year and in 1999, was a semi-finalist in a Montreux jazz piano contest. Yeoh became a very well known session musician, playing often with leading jazz musicians and also with pop artists. Those with whom she has played include Peter Bengtson, Phillip Bent, Neneh Cherry, Eddie Harris, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Joanna MacGregor, Courtney Pine, Barak Schmool, Cleveland Watkiss and Steve Williamson.

Yeoh’s composing is highly contemporary in approach and style and she utilizes computers in developing ideas and concepts. She has had compositions commissioned by Oxford Contemporary Music and others. As a solo artist and leading her band, Infinitum, she has toured the UK, Europe, Latin America and the Far East. In addition to performing, Yeoh also teaches at London schools.

Nikki Yeoh Infinitum

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Nikki Yeoh Infinitum

Fri Nov 23 2018 8:00 PM Doors

Vortex Jazz Club London
Nikki Yeoh Infinitum

£16.25 All Ages

Since her emergence on the British Jazz Scene in the mid 90s pianist Nikki Yeoh has proved to be an improviser, composer and all-round adventurer who has continually sought to broaden her musical horizons. Here she appears with brothers Mark and Michael Mondesir.

b. 23 May 1973, London, England. Daughter of an English mother and a Chinese-Malaysian father, Yeoh began playing piano as a tiny child and proved to be a gifted pianist. While still in her late teens, she became a professional musician. In 1996, she won The Independent award for Best Jazz Musician Of The Year and in 1999, was a semi-finalist in a Montreux jazz piano contest. Yeoh became a very well known session musician, playing often with leading jazz musicians and also with pop artists. Those with whom she has played include Peter Bengtson, Phillip Bent, Neneh Cherry, Eddie Harris, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Joanna MacGregor, Courtney Pine, Barak Schmool, Cleveland Watkiss and Steve Williamson.

Yeoh’s composing is highly contemporary in approach and style and she utilizes computers in developing ideas and concepts. She has had compositions commissioned by Oxford Contemporary Music and others. As a solo artist and leading her band, Infinitum, she has toured the UK, Europe, Latin America and the Far East. In addition to performing, Yeoh also teaches at London schools.

Nikki Yeoh Infinitum

Nikki Yeoh Infinitum

Contemporary Jazz

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TicketWeb are committed to supporting grassroots & independent music across the UK and are proud to partner with & support the work of the Music Venue Trust. A 50p contribution from the booking fee on each ticket goes directly to maintain and sustain this venue. For more info on the work the Music Venues Trust does to support grassroots venues in the UK please visit www.musicvenuetrust.com