This Friday the weekend commences with a choice of jazz: Marianna Hensley Duo at Farm to Table and Metta Legitta and Intan Andriana at The Bodleian; meanwhile the Euan Grey Trio will be getting groovy at Botanico.
Meanwhile on another jazz planet, Nomades continue their gypsy jazz mini-tour at Alchemy on Saturday night and Sofitel on Sunday morning.
On Friday it’s Los Acousticos at Farm to Table, jazz with Gerard and Metta at Botanico, blues at Alchemy with Chi-Town, the Boxchords at Bassac Lane, The Goldilocks Zone at Cloud, and Oscar Bar’s 11th anniversary celebrations with the Kampot Playboys.
There will probably be no better night than last Tuesday’s – for a foreign brass band in Phnom Penh, at least. At Hops Craft Beer Garden & Restaurant, German group LaBrassBanda gave out an inexplicably addictive performance, filling the outdoor stage with their distinct Bavarian sound.
The Kingdom’s music lovers are in for a rare treat this month with live performances of Garuda’s Song, a musical composition telling the story of Cambodia’s rich musical heritage.
Sonny Inbaraj Krishnan caught up with the talented Roxane Dumont in The Rush Pub last weekend and reminisces about the time when she taught him the meaning of elegance.
Jazz is a genre in its own right in Japan and last weekend, Phnom Penhers were treated to an evening of Japanese jazz in Bouchon Wine Bar.
Jazz, rock, punk, hip-hop: The Swiss jazz festival has always been a celebration of the world’s best – and most eclectic – music.
The Fête de la Musique, also known as Music Day, Make Music Day or World Music Day, is an annual music celebration that takes place on June 21.
Arnel Quiapo was once down and almost out. But he never let his sorrow and despair dampen his faith in the Divine. The bassist with Whiplash relates his life-changing story to Agnes Alpuerto.