OnJam Lounge Jason Rebello at Fidelio Cafe

Jason Rebello at Fidelio Cafe

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Purchase a ticket to watch on demand until 4th January 2022.

This is celebrated jazz pianist Jason Rebello's improvised performance at OnJam Lounge in Fidelio Cafe.

Transport yourself into a world of jazz standards and imagination as the world and London's bright lights carry on outside.

Featuring Rebello's own works including Happy But For How Long and When Words Fail, plus an original version of Paul McCartney's Blackbird, and more.

Guest directed by tenor, director and music filmmaker Andrew Staples.

The film is 28 minutes long.

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The schedule on 25 November

7:00pm: Film premiere

7:30pm: Live video discussion / Q&A with Jason Rebello

Your ticket will give you access to both the film screening and post-show video discussion.

If you are unable to make the live event, you can still watch the film on demand for 30 days.

About Jason Rebello

Celebrated British jazz pianist Jason Rebello was labelled a veteran by critics at 19 and over the next decade won most of the major jazz music awards. Classically trained but inspired by Herbie Hancock, he came to the attention of one of the founders of jazz fusion, Weather Report’s saxophonist Wayne Shorter.

His latest solo piano CD ‘Held‘ on Edition Records won best new CD in the 2016 British Jazz Awards.

Jason continues to teach, lecturing at various schools and music colleges including The Guildhall School of Music and Bath Spa University. He also helped to set up the Jazz Factory at the Wiltshire Music Centre.

“In terms of sheer ability and potential, Jason is probably the finest young jazz musician this country has produced. His playing has great poise and maturity, which is unusual in somebody so young.” Stuart Nicholson, author Jazz: The Modern Resurgence

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About this film and OnJam Lounge

OnJam Lounge is a series of informal, intimate concerts designed for audiences to get a rare glimpse into musicians’ worlds and process.

Andrew Staples, director of the films, said: “OnJam Lounge sessions are special. They let you get close to world-class artists in a setting where everyone feels relaxed and creatively supported. This is bespoke content made for your screen but aiming to capture that essence of excitement that makes live performances unique. It’s unvarnished - yet highly polished.”

This film was produced by Emily Ingram for OnJam Lounge.

With special thanks to Fidelio Cafe

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Celebrated British jazz pianist Jason Rebello was labelled a veteran by critics at 19 and over the next decade won most...of the major jazz music awards. Classically trained but inspired by Herbie Hancock, he came to the attention of one of the founders of jazz fusion, Weather Report’s saxophonist Wayne Shorter.

His latest solo piano CD ‘Held‘ on Edition Records won best new CD in the 2016 British Jazz Awards.

Jason continues to teach, lecturing at various schools and music colleges including The Guildhall School of Music and Bath Spa University. He also helped to set up the Jazz Factory at the Wiltshire Music Centre.

“In terms of sheer ability and potential, Jason is probably the finest young jazz musician this country has produced. His playing has great poise and maturity, which is unusual in somebody so young.” Stuart Nicholson, author Jazz: The Modern Resurgence
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