Eva Buchmann Trio

Apéro's Jazz

A brand new Band playing a Tribute to Vernon Duke, a Russian childhood prodigy who went on to become a popular film composer. Vernon Duke was Russian-born as Vladimir Dukelsky, a name he continued to use for his classical compositions and poetry. He began musical studies at the Kiev Conservatory, but the Bolshevik Revolution forced his family to flee to Turkey in 1920. Vernon Duke is best known for I Can't Get Started with lyrics by Ira Gershwin, April in Paris with lyrics by E. Y. (Yip) Harburg (1932), and What Is There To Say for the Ziegfeld Follies of 1934. His works have been performed and recorded by B. Holiday, B. Goodman, C. Parker, T. Monk, B. Powell, F. Sinatra, and many others.

La série d'Apéro's Jazz est une coproduction neimënster/JAIL (Jazz in Luxembourg) / Brasserie Le Neumünster.

Riaz Khabirpour - guitare
Josha Oetz - double basse
Eva Buchmann - chant