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Photographs by Linda Zecchino
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Kari's debut album “Seedling” was released in the fall of 2016.
This is a sentence out of one of the lyrics Hiske
Oosterwijk wrote to Alex Spipiagin’s music. It’s her vision towards singing. ‘I breathe in and every note and sound
comes with love’. When she sings she wants to touch the audience, inspire them, entertain them.
her quartet to Cornelia Street for a set of arrangements on jazz standards and original compositions.
Oosterwijk (1989) is a jazz vocalist, born and raised in Friesland, NL. She’s been working for several years with
Alex Sipiagin in the New Path Quintet with whom she toured a lot around the world and released 2 albums, the
third is on its way. Hiske also released her own album ‘Embraser Vivre Aimer’ in September 2016 with the band
EVA with whom she won the 2017 Concours de la Chanson.
‘I’ve experienced a driven, very motivated and
hardworking musician. Always eager to learn and grow to a higher musical level.’ – Alex Sipiagin
voice-technically very strong and this appears in her performance and repertoire, where you can see a flexible
and versatile vocalist.’ – Leeuwarder Courant
The performance will feature rarely done standards and fresh original music in preparation for an upcoming recording later in 2018!
After making New York City her home in 2009, Vicki has performed at such venues as Birdland, The Iridium, The Metropolitan Room, Jazz at the Kitano, Zinc Bar, The Cupping Room Cafe, North Square and a three year long residency at the elegant Lexington Hotel. Known for her the beauty of her tone and her powerful 3 octave range, Vicki Burns brings her soulful interpretations of rarely done standards from the Great American Songbook and original music back to Cornelia Street Cafe with the duo of Art Hirahara on piano, and bassist Sam Bevan who is currently writing new arrangements for Vicki’s upcoming recording in late fall of 2018.
Cover is given where known
Many spoken words events are free
There is always a one-drink minimum per set; times are door opening times