Tickets are no longer available for this event, but there are plenty of similar experiences on Fever. Check them out!
  • Candlelight Jazz: Best of Nina Simone
(233)
FEVER EXCLUSIVE

Candlelight Jazz: Best of Nina Simone

(233)

Tickets
🎫 Zone A seating (premium visibility)
🎫 Zone B seating (great visibility)
🎫 Zone C seating (good visibility)

Seating is assigned on a first come first served basis

What You Will Enjoy
🕯️ An intimate ambience in a beautiful venue bathed in candlelight
🎷 A talented jazz band performing classics by Nina Simone
✔️ A safe, comfortable and socially-distanced event

General Info
📍 Venue: The Round Room at the Mansion House
📅 Date and time: Sunday 13 March at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
⏳ Duration: 65 minutes (doors open 30 mins prior to the start time and late entry is not permitted)
👤 Age requirement: 12 years old or older. Anyone under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult
❓ View the FAQs for this event here
🔗 Your safety is Fever's priority. You can read the safety measures for this event here
⚠️ All guests must present proof of immunity (fully vaccinated or recovered from COVID-19 within previous 6 months), or accompanied minors (under 18), in line with sectoral guidance, in order to attend the event

Programme

  • Put A Spell On You
  • My Baby Just Cares
  • Do I Move You?
  • Sinnerman
  • Nobody's Fault But Mine
  • Work Song
  • Aint Got No - I Got Life
  • I Love You Porgy
  • See-line Woman
  • Four Woman
  • Trouble In Mind
  • Love Me or Leave Ee
  • Dont Let Me Be Misunderstood
  • Feeling Good

Performers

  • Blue Note Trio


Description
Jazz by Candlelight transforms Dublin's most beautiful venues into intimate Jazz Clubs, bathing the space in candlelight to provide the perfect backdrop for some sublime jazzy sounds. We seek out the best talent in Ireland, who for this special edition will be playing a tribute to the works of American singer-songwriter Nina Simone. Initially aspiring to be a concert pianist, Simone started playing piano for a living at a nightclub in Atlantic City, changing her name to "Nina Simone" to disguise herself from family members for playing "the devil's music". She went on to record more than 40 albums between 1958 and 1974 with a musical style that fused gospel and pop with classical music. Sit back, relax, and enjoy a history lesson on one of the most influential and acclaimed figures in the world of jazz.

User Reviews
💬 Angel S. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐: "Excellent concert.... they are masters.... We will be back again!!!!"
💬 Drew C. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐: "Concert was amazing! The safety features were amazing! People were very helpful and nice!! Can’t wait for another one!!"
💬 Estelle T. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐: "Wonderful experience! The setting was intimate. Social distancing guidance was enforced and maintained throughout the evening.”





How to get there?

Oven Mozarella Bar Gran Vía

Gran Vía, 6, Madrid, 28013

  • Sevilla
Get notified when this or something similar is available