Chris Cody is an internationally recognized pianist and composer, performing and recording internationally for the last 28 years while based in Europe. He has headlined at many international festivals including Paris Quartiers d’Eté, London, Rome, Brussels Jazz Marathon, Antwerp, Stockholm, Marciac, Geneva, Ascona, Munich, Derry, and Algiers and at a vast array of concert venues throughout the US, Europe, Africa and Australasia. He has worked with many outstanding international musicians including Roy Hargrove, Carla Bruni, Rick Margitza, Michel Jonaz, Tina Arena, Annie Whitehead, Rhoda Scott, Sunny Murray, Marcel Azzola, Herb Geller, Jason Marsalis and Glenn Ferris.
With ten CDs of his music released on international labels he has received glowing reviews and featured on radio and television around the world, and has collaborated on over thirty other international albums.
Awards and distinctions include a US Department of State Federal award, an APRA nomination for his Naxos CD Oasis, a Django D’Or nomination France, Finalist in the Australian Jazz Awards, the Tremplin Jazz Val D’Oise, and Roger Woodward Scholarship, and the Jazz Action Society Award for Best Composition.
“Heart and soul has audience enthralled.” – Sydney Morning Herald.
“A piano style that enthuses, is luminous and breathes …very inspired…a fine and solid quartet and especially a remarkable pianist.” – Jazz Hot, France
“Splendidly rich and varied ” – Jazzwise, United Kingdom
Chris will be joined by legendary musicians:
James Greening, trombone, (World According to James)
Lloyd Swanton, bass, (the Necks, the Catholics) from the original Chris Cody Coalition,
Alex Masso, drums, from the Vampires
Drinks and Show: $43.00
Dinner and Show: $57.00
Premium Dinner and Show: $72.00
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