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Gregory Porter



Blue House Jazz Spring 2018

Three concerts, 19.30

The phenomenal singer Gregory Porter returns to Konserthuset Stockholm – this time, with a tribute to the inspirational idol Nat King Cole. Magnus Lindgren takes us through the jazz history of the flute and simultaneously nods to the future with Blue House Jazz Orchestra and guest artists. But first up is friend of Sweden Deborah Brown – it has now been 30 years since she first appeared in Sweden, and she is coming to Konserthuset Stockholm with highly acclaimed saxophonist Bobby Watson as a special guest.

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965 SEK

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Upcoming concerts in the series
  • Close up picture of a smiling Deborah. Photo.
    Genre: Jazz

    It has now been 30 years since Deborah Brown first appeared in Sweden, and we celebrate the occasion with this concert!

    Friday 23 February 2018 19.30
  • Photo of Lingren and Asplund in a livesituation. Photo.
    Genre: Jazz

    Magnus Lindgren takes us through the jazz history of the flute and simultaneously nods to the future with Blue House Jazz Orchestra – and special guest Hubert Laws!

    Friday 16 March 2018 19.30
  • Close up picture of Gregory Porter
    Genre: Jazz

    Gregory Porter in a tribute to Nat ”King” Cole – a major progenitor and source of inspiration.

    Wednesday 9 May 2018 19.30