The Filomena Campus Quartet: One night Only – Live at The Living Room!

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Join us on Friday November 30 at The Living Room for an unforgettable night with the internationally renowned Filomena Campus Quartet from the UK.Led by the award-winning Sardinian jazz vocalist, Filomena Campus, the sensational quartet features her longtime collaborators Steve Lodder on piano, Dudley Phillips on double bass and electric bass, and Rod Youngs on drums. Constantly creating new work, Filomena draws inspiration from Commedia dell’ Arte, Theatre of the Absurd and her Sardinian roots. Together, as the Filomena Campus Quartet, the group of gifted musicians toured the world with their acclaimed project, Jester of Jazz and delighted audiences in UK, Italy, Germany, Jordan, Morocco, and Qatar.

The international press says of Filomena Campus Quartet;

“So this is really what jazz can also be; it can be about poetry, about singing it, about performing it, and about creation. An absolutely inventive show.” Jazz in Europe.

“Campus is a highly musical singer.” The Telegraph.

“On stage Campus is like a shaman of music, enchanting the audience with her deeply expressive voice and her magnetic presence.” Jazzwise.

“Here elegance reigns supreme…with the evolution of contemporary music and original jazz underlined by the chameleon-like voice Filomena Campus.” Musica Jazz.

At The Living Room, the Filomena Campus Quartet will perform two sets from 20:30 – 21:15 hours and 21:30– 22:15 hours followed by Jazziam from 22:30 onwards.

The Living Room is renowned for hosting some of the most respected musicians on the jazz scene today, including Grammy Award winners. Each evening, sophistication is the name of the game. Tasteful décor, a sweeping bar, comfortable armchairs and sofas, subdued lighting, fine wines and enticing menu of delicious light bites, ensure The Living Room hits all the right notes.

Don’t miss the Filomena Campus Quartet’s unique take on jazz on Friday November 30, only at The Living Room!

The Living Room – “It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing!”