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An international jazz vocalist, DEBORAH DAVIS captivates audiences worldwide. She has performed with jazz greats, LIONEL HAMPTON, CLARK TERRY, and substituted for ABBEY LINCOLN. RAY BROWN, FREDDIE HUBBARD and ART BLAKEY also shared their stages with Deborah. Her New York performances include The BLUE NOTE, BIRDLAND, VILLAGE VANGUARD, SWEET BASIL, SMALLS, SMOKE, JAZZ STANDARD, IRIDIUM, RAINBOW ROOM, and the former TAVERN ON GREEN and WINDOWS OF THE WORLD. Deborah has sung at U.N. & U.S. EMBASSY events, including a performance for PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON. In 2004 she toured as a U.S. Jazz Ambassador. Deborah has sung with THE SHIRELLES, jammed with BON JOVI & BILLY JOEL, and opened for DIANA ROSS, CELINE DION, SANTANA, ERIC CLAPTON, JILL SCOTT, ALICIA KEYS, and more. She self produced her first 3 CD’s, and produces annual jazz benefit concerts for the past 19 years at The Blue Note NYC raising funds for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Michael Veerapen is well-known in the Malaysian Jazz scene – having established his name as a Jazz pianist, producer, record studio head and mentor, and one of the strongest driving force behind the jazz scene in Malaysia. He launched his career even before graduating from the prestigious Berklee College of Music with Suma Cum Laude in 1982, making a name for himself in the industry. He is the musical director for some of Malaysia’s top performers like the legendary, Sudirman. In more recent times, he has composed and directed several highly successful musicals including ‘SuperMokh’, ‘Lat Kampung Boy’ – for which he won the coveted BOH Cameronian Award for Best Composer. Last year, he was the music director, composer, and orchestrator for the grand and successful opening ceremony of the 2017 SEA Games held in Kuala Lumpur which was broadcasted live to all major ASEAN countries. January 4 & 5, 10.00pm Admission fee RM80 (add our optional Set Dinner in your checkout to enjoy our lovely dinner menu) Online reservation: www.noblacktie.com.my Don’t miss out on our all-new happy hour promo! Tapas: Buy 1 free 1 Beer (by the bottle): Buy 2 free 1 Cocktails: RM20 each House wine (by the glass): Buy 1 free 1 Spirits & liquor (by the glass): Buy 1 free 1 Promo valid from 6-8pm (Sundays to Thursdays only) and all prices are subject to 10% service charge and existing government tax. *RM10 off for students with valid Student ID, at the door.
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Born in São Paulo, Brazil, Juliana da Silva is well known for her outstanding performances. She interprets Brazilian music and jazz with a mixture of expression, charm, humor and passion for the music she sings. Juliana has performed in Jazz Festivals in Germany, Poland, Russia, Holland and Czech Republic with her Jobim Project. In Asia she has performed in Bangkok, Hyderabad, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore accompanied by great local musicians such as Jeremy Monteiro and Michael Veerapen. Tony Lakatos ( www.tonylakatos.com hails from Budapest, and moved to Frankfurt where he is highly regarded as a Saxophonist.His musi He graduated from the jazz department of the Bela Bartók Conservatory in Budapest in 1979 and moved to Germany in 1981 to become one of the most respected saxophone player in Germany as well as worldwide. Hady took his first musical steps at the age of 8, learning the piano from his father. In 2004, he furthered his studies and obtained a Diploma in 2008, graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree majoring in Classical Guitar and Music Arrangement in 2012 at the National Academy of Arts Culture and Heritage (ASWARA). December 23 & 24, 9.00pm Admission fee RM75 (add our optional Set Dinner in your checkout to enjoy our lovely dinner menu) Festive Menu Starter -Beetroot, leek & herb salad with citrus dressing, pecorino cheese garnish Main Course -Roasted duck breast, dauphinoise potatoes & plum sauce Dessert -Pears Belle Helene -Poached pear coated with chocolate sauce, served with vanilla ice-cream Dress Code: Smart Casual, No slippers, No shorts. Don’t miss out on our all-new happy hour promo! -Tapas: Buy 1 free 1 -Beer (by the bottle): Buy 2 free 1 -Cocktails: RM20 each -House wine (by the glass): Buy 1 free 1 -Spirits & liquor (by the glass): Buy 1 free 1 Promo valid from 6-8pm (Sundays to Thursdays only) and all prices are subject to 10% service charge and existing government tax. BOOK NOW: www.noblacktie.com.my *RM10 off for students with valid Student ID, at the door. #noblacktie
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John Dip Silas is a jazz pianist residing in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. John trained in classical music from the age of 5 and gained experience “performing” in church. At the age of 18, he enrolled at the Australian International Conservatorium of Music in Sydney, where he was exposed to jazz music. He graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor in Performing Arts (BMus) and has since been an active member of the Malaysian jazz scene. He currently teaches at the jazz faculty of University of Malaya, alongside performing at top jazz venues such as No Black Tie, Alexis Bistro, and Bobo KL. John has performed at an array of jazz venues around Australia, Singapore, China and Malaysia. He has worked with a number of internationally acclaimed and accomplished musicians such as Tony Lakatos (Germany), Shunzo Ohno (Japan), Michael Simon (Venezuela), Diego Maroto (Mexico), Rodrigo Villanueva (Mexico), Maciej Fortuna (Poland), Chika Asamoto (Japan), James Flynn (Australia), Phil Scorgie (New Zealand), Amelia Ong (Indonesia), John Thomas (Malaysia), Marques Young (USA), Scott Murphy (Scottland), Ashton Moore (USA), Juwita Suwito (Malaysia) and many more. Henk Kraaijeveld is a versatile jazz vocalist and songwriter from The Netherlands who brings together compelling music with strong lyrics, storytelling and surprising improvisations. Playful and light-footed elements alternate with intense and vivacious grooves and harmonies. Rooted in jazz, Kraaijeveld is always looking to find connections between different styles of music, connections between musicians and between people, through layered but accessible music. December 21 & 22, 10.00pm BOOK NOW: www.noblacktie.com.my Admission fee RM75 (add our optional Set Dinner in your checkout to enjoy our lovely dinner menu) Festive Menu Starter -Beetroot, leek & herb salad with citrus dressing, pecorino cheese garnish Main Course -Roasted duck breast, dauphinoise potatoes & plum sauce Dessert -Pears Belle Helene -Poached pear coated with chocolate sauce, served with vanilla ice-cream Dress Code: Smart Casual, No slippers, No shorts. Don’t miss out on our all-new happy hour promo! -Tapas: Buy 1 free 1 -Beer (by the bottle): Buy 2 free 1 -Cocktails: RM20 each -House wine (by the glass): Buy 1 free 1 -Spirits & liquor (by the glass): Buy 1 free 1 Promo valid from 6-8pm (Sundays to Thursdays only) and all prices are subject to 10% service charge and existing government tax. *RM10 off for students with valid Student ID, at the door. #noblacktie
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Born in São Paulo, Brazil, Juliana da Silva is well known for her outstanding performances. She interprets Brazilian music and jazz with a mixture of expression, charm, humor and passion for the music she sings. She has become a remarkable representative of bossa nova and the 'musica popular brasileira'. Juliana has performed in Jazz Festivals in Germany, Poland, Russia, Holland and Czech Republic with her Jobim Project. In Asia she has performed in Bangkok, Hyderabad, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore accompanied by great local musicians such as Jeremy Monteiro and Michael Veerapen. In Germany, she is one of the main artists performing regularly at Frankfurt Jazzkeller, where she organizes a summer special event since 15 years. Throughout her concerts she brings different repertoire and formations, always with the same aim: the perfect mixture between Brazilian music and jazz. Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mC_-moaOpw Tony Lakatos ( www.tonylakatos.com hails from Budapest, and moved to Frankfurt where he is highly regarded as a Saxophonist.His musical study began on the violin at the age of 6, and on the saxophone when he was 15 years old, and became a professional musician when he won a national jazz competition in 1977. He graduated from the jazz department of the Bela Bartók Conservatory in Budapest in 1979. Shortly after he moved to Germany in 1981, became one of the most respected saxophone player in Germany as well as worldwide Hady took his first musical steps at the age of 8, learning the piano from his father; it wasn’t until he was 17 that Hady’s father taught him to play classical guitar, theory and how to read music. It was during this time that Hady discovered Classical music, thus beginning a love affair with classical guitar. Over the next few years he honed his skills as a guitarist (playing classical and electric guitar), developing a unique style that reflects an amalgamation of his ever expanding musical tastes. In 2004, he furthered his studies and obtained a Diploma in 2008, graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree majoring in Classical Guitar and Music Arrangement in 2012 at the National Academy of Arts Culture and Heritage (ASWARA). December 23 & 24, 9.00pm Admission fee RM75 (add our optional Set Dinner in your checkout to enjoy our lovely dinner menu) BOOK NOW: www.noblacktie.com.my Don’t miss out on our all-new happy hour promo! Tapas: Buy 1 free 1 Beer (by the bottle): Buy 2 free 1 Cocktails: RM20 each House wine (by the glass): Buy 1 free 1 Spirits & liquor (by the glass): Buy 1 free 1 Promo valid from 6-8pm (Sundays to Thursdays only) and all prices are subject to 10% service charge and existing government tax. *RM10 off for students with valid Student ID, at the door.
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Ee Jeng, Arthur Kam and Daniel Foong are highly in-demand professional musicians in the pop and jazz scene both locally and internationally. Under their performing credentials are some familiar names like Jackie Cheung, Michael Veerapen, Dato’ Sheila Majid and Mokhtar Samba. Occasionally known as the Ee Jeng Trio, this group of musicians enjoy interpreting and performing modern jazz and R&B soul music. Steve Thompson has been involved in the music industry for over three deca des, being a multi-instrumentalist, record-producer, music composer and arranger. He has worked as a Musical Director for many other artists around the globe. He worked in the context of music productions, song writing, The artist list spans from Michael Bolton, Gloria Gaynor, the late Roy Castle, Sir Cliff Richards, Alexandra Burke, Revelation Avenue and many others. Steve’s International musicianship has taken him to over 110 countries. Julian Chan is a freelance saxophonist/flutist based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He recently graduated with a Masters degree in Jazz Performance from Queens College in NYC, where he studied with jazz greats Antonio Hart, Michael Mossman, (the late) Prof. Emeritus Howard Brofsky and David Berkman. In addition, he has also studied/mentored, as well as performed with many Malaysian music legends – Greg Lyons, Thomas Theseira, David Gomes, Michael Veerapen, Jose Thomas, and many others. December 13, 9.00pm Admission fee RM53 (add our optional Set Dinner in your checkout to enjoy our lovely dinner menu) Online reservation: www.noblacktie.com.my Don’t miss out on our all-new happy hour promo! Tapas: Buy 1 free 1 Beer (by the bottle): Buy 2 free 1 Cocktails: RM20 each House wine (by the glass): Buy 1 free 1 Spirits & liquor (by the glass): Buy 1 free 1 Promo valid from 6-8pm (Sundays to Thursdays only) and all prices are subject to 10% service charge and existing government tax. *RM10 off for students with valid Student ID, at the door.
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The Frankie Sixes a side project of singer-songwriter Reza Salleh, started out playing for lindy hop dancers, a kind of swing dance from the 1940-50s. Reza is an AIM award-winning singer- songwriter and a regular face in the independent music scene. His debut album “Realize” topped radio charts the year of its release and has led him to performances in Korea, Japan, Thailand, Australia, Indonesia and Singapore. He’s performed at the 18th annual Sunset Live Festival, Asia Musi c Found Showcase and the Nakasu Jazz Festival in Japan, as well as being invited to the Jazz & Wine music series and the Daegu Folk Festival in Korea. On local shores he’s appeared most major music festivals and has had his own showcase at Dewan Filharmonik Petronas. Reza is the main vocal of the band. On keys is Ee Jeng, one of the most well knows jazz musicians in the Malaysian jazz scene. In addition to playing most local jazz festivals in the country, internationally he’s played for the likes of Randy Bernsen, Laura Fygi and Indro Hardjodikoro, among many others. He’s normally seen leading the 8-year-old Ee Jeng Trio doing a repertoire of jazz originals or leading Funkatorie, a soul and funk act. On double bass is Che Wan, who has played for some of the top jazz practitioners in the Malaysian music industry including Michael Verappan, David Gomes, Patrick Tebrack, Junji Delfino and many more. Outside of jazz he has sessioned for the likes of Yuna, Guba and Tony Eusoff. On drums we have KJ, trained musically in the esteemed Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California. Together with Malaysian Jazz Ensemble WVC, KJ has drummed in many parts of the world such as China, Taiwan, Macau, Thailand, Canada, The United States and even the Caribbean Islands. December 12, 9.00pm Admission fee RM53 (add our optional Set Dinner in your checkout to enjoy our lovely dinner menu) Online reservation: www.noblacktie.com.my Don’t miss out on our all-new happy hour promo! Tapas: Buy 1 free 1 Beer (by the bottle): Buy 2 free 1 Cocktails: RM20 each House wine (by the glass): Buy 1 free 1 Spirits & liquor (by the glass): Buy 1 free 1 Promo valid from 6-8pm (Sundays to Thursdays only) and all prices are subject to 10% service charge and existing government tax. *RM10 off for students with valid Student ID, at the door.
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Janine Annice is an escapist; art is her refuge, a means to process the world. London is not an easy city, but it’s well known as a place from which to derive a rich cultural experience. Musicians often emerge armed with an unmatched sincerity and depth; it is the birthplace of many a musical legend. Being a part of a scene where fresh sounds waft from basements of young revolutionaries is a rite of passage. The underground millennial zeitgeist? Hip-hop meets jazz. Home for J anine is a place where nobody is afraid to be unique. Difference is celebrated and conformity – rejected. Her exposure to London’s bubbling artistic melting pot – where music, fashion and art intersect – cultivated the fearlessness required to try new things on the stage. Attending private jam sessions in East London warehouses with London’s finest next-gen musicians until the early morning hours and constantly living and breathing in the new has led to a certain open-mindedness that is rare, and a symbiosis between vocalist and band that is unusual, and at times, magical. Meeting the purist soul/ R&B background she grew up listening to in the bedroom and raising it with touches of those jazzy/ hip-hop influences that have become integral to her development in the city’s scene, she lends artistic touches to her improvisation that stem completely from personal experience, whether she is singing covers or original material. The next steps in her career have brought Janine overseas to Southeast Asia. After being offered a slot at the World Youth Jazz Festival in Kuala Lumpur and Publika Jazz Festival, Janine remained in Malaysia to perform most notably at No Black Tie and Le Noir, where she met the Juny Brothers (USA). They went on to make the connection with Maveriq Records, where she was offered the opportunity to record her first project. After spending time hosting two fortnightly jam sessions at The Ankh and The Pembroke Arms while writing and producing her project in London, she returned once more to Malaysia, armed with fresh material and ready to begin. During that time, with Malaysia as her base, she performed again at the World Youth Jazz festival, BajaFash Jazz festival in Batam Indonesia, and the Victoria Bar (Singapore). Also taking short residencies at the Imaginarium and Savini, and returning once a month at Le Noir and No Black Tie, she has also played at venues such as The Imaginarium, Rils and The Bee. December 15, 10.00pm Admission fee RM53 (add our optional Set Dinner in your checkout to enjoy our lovely dinner menu) Online reservation: www.noblacktie.com.my Don’t miss out on our all-new happy hour promo! Tapas: Buy 1 free 1 Beer (by the bottle): Buy 2 free 1 Cocktails: RM20 each House wine (by the glass): Buy 1 free 1 Spirits & liquor (by the glass): Buy 1 free 1 Promo valid from 6-8pm (Sundays to Thursdays only) and all prices are subject to 10% service charge and existing government tax. *RM10 off for students with valid Student ID, at the door.
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