Pauline Jean

March 8, 2018 | 6:30 pm | 647 Fulton St | Brooklyn, NY | All Ages | FREE!  
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Haitian-American performing artist, Pauline Jean, is a captivating vocalist whose distinctive contralto and rousing melodies have caught the attention of audiences both young and old. Jean brings a refreshing sound to today’s music;creating an erudite blend of worldly jazz that draws from her Creole roots and integrates modern and traditional inflections. She has received considerable press globally from leading media publications such as DownBeat, Jazzwise, All About Jazz, World Music Report, JazzTimes, Kreol Magazine and many more.

Jean has been featured as a performer and bandleader at numerous prestigious festivals around the globe and has appeared in Barbados, The Dominican Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Haiti, Israel, Lebanon, Nevis Island, Russia, Switzerland, United Kingdom and the US Virgin Islands. She has also collaborated with esteemed literary artist, Edwidge Danticat, and distinguished performers Denis Matsuev, Emeline Michel, Godwin Louis, Dan Zanes and Wyclef Jean, among others. Her latest album, NWAYO, was praised as “an amalgam of pure jazz vocalization steeped in Caribbean rhythm and soul” by AllAbout Jazz and “extraordinary musicianship” by the World Music Report.

B-Side is BRIC TV’s live in-studio music series and screening, featuring performances from emerging and established musicians on Thursday evenings – free of charge. The in-studio seating is very limited and FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. RSVPs do not guarantee entryand are used solely for measuring attendance. These performances are open to the public, however our studio space is limited.

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