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Fredagsbar med musik: Ben Chawes

Havnekulturkontoret Nordhavn
Event organized by Havnekulturkontoret Nordhavn

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Den 18. maj gæster den velrenommerede Jazz/pop/soul-sanger og pianist, Ben Chawes, Havnekulturkontoret i Nordhavn. Med sin varme, croonerinspirerede og ligefremme musik, leverer Chawes en stilsikker performance i selskab med sin trio.
Entré koster 50 kroner og kan betales i baren, enten kontant, med betalingskort eller via MobilePay. Her er der også mulighed for at købe øl, vin og vand til overkommelige priser. Kom endelig forbi til en hyggelig aften med velspillet musik og god stemning!

In English:
Jazz/Pop/soul singer and pianist, Ben Chawes, will be playing at Havnekulturkontoret in Nordhavn Friday 18 May. He delivers a strong performance with his warm, crooner influenced and easy listening music accompanied by his trio.
The entry fee is 50 kroner and can be payed at the bar with cash, by credit card or via MobilePay. There will also be plenty of opportunity to get reasonably priced drinks (wine, bear & soft drinks).
So come along for a pleasant evening with good music and 'hygge'!

We will be looking forward to seeing you! - Havnekulturkontoret. :)

About Ben Chawes:

"Ben Chawes’ acclaimed debut “Up Close” propelled him through the sound barrier and into well-earned
popularity, sending the singer, pianist and entertainer out on a large-scale tour of Europe, Asia, the Middle East, USA and Canada. With his timeless and sparkling personal bid on
vocal jazz/pop/soul in the international league he is one of the few musicians to have sung their way to Ray Charles’ heart. And he is the only musician ever to sign an exclusive sponsorship
deal with the crème de la crème of international
audio design, Bang & Olufsen. Ben Chawes is much more than merely a singer. He combines an obvious crooner talent with his
own special ingredient: mouth instruments. His
ability to make every detail of a whole rhythm
section come alive with his mouth is uncanny."