The Kuala Lumpur Jazz Club features HIROMI – The Trio Project at University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur, November 16, 2015 – The KL Jazz Club, an Affiliate of the KL International Jazz & Arts Festival proudly presents Hiromi -The Trio Project on December 2, 2015 at the University of Malaya in a electrifying show.
Pianist and composer Hiromi Uehara, whose passionate and incendiary keyboard work has been a shining light on the jazz landscape since her 2003 debut, believes that the voice that never speaks can sometimes be the most powerful of all. Completing the trio project alongside Japanese-born Hiromi, are Anthony Jackson on bass and Simon Phillips on drums.
Hiromi will be headlining the one-day show, promising an evening of entertainment for all lovers of Jazz. As The University of Malaya is one of the oldest and most respected institutes in Malaysia, it is the
ideal venue for the event, truly capturing the soul of Jazz music.
Hiromi – The Trio Project is currently touring on the brink of sold out shows as a part of the San Francisco Jazz Festival. Afterwards Hiromi will be endeavouring across to Europe to play intricate shows in countries such as Ukraine and Serbia before travelling to South America.
Ticket prices include RM 168, RM 550 and RM 750 and are available via marketing agent, Go International Group’s online ticketing provider: http://event.doppelmyfund.com/hiromi-the-trio-project or call 603 2094 0093.
Carolyn Cage or Milly Jamini
c/o Go International Group
Email: KL [at] gointernationalgroup.com
Tel: 603-2094 0093
Event: The KL Jazz Club presents Hiromi: The Trio Project
Date: December 2, 2015
Time: 8:45pm – 10:15pm
Venue: Dewan Tunku Canselor, University Malaya
Price: Normal RM168, VIP RM550, Premium RM750
Online Booking: event.doppelmyfund.com/hiromi-the-trio-project
About Hiromi Uehara
“I believe that people’s real voices are expressed in their emotions”
Hiromi Uehara from Hamamatsu, Japan, is a professional and passionate pianist and composer through the art of her keyboard. She is best known for a unique virtuosic technique, energetic live performance and a mix of music genres such as post-bop, progressive rock, classical and fusion in her compositions. Hiromi believes that the voice that never speaks can sometimes be the most powerful of them all.