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Music Nights at Nelson Road

9th November 2016

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Tuesdays and Thursdays are music nights at our Greenwich restaurant, hosting regular performances of Argentine, Latin and jazz singers and musicians. The Orangery at Nelson Road is a wonderful venue for such occasions, with lots of space and an intimate atmosphere. Come by for dinner and make believe you’re in downtown Buenos Aires for the evening.

Tuesday June 5, 7.30pm
London-based jazzer Viviana Zarbo draws her inspiration from the divas of the Jazz Age – Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald and Peggy Lee, mingling pure jazz with the storytelling vibe of the best musicals.

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Thursday June 7, 7.30pm
London-based Argentine songwriter and guitarist Corina Piatti, is a regular at Buenos Aires Café and will be kicking off 2017 with her own very special brand of tango, bossa nova and jazz.


Saturday 9 June 10pm
Beto Caletti’s travels through South America are the perfect way to finish off any Saturday night.


Tuesday June 12, 7.30pm
Accomplished trombonist and vocalist Malcolm Earle-Smith lectures at nearby Trinity Laban Conservatoire but is also an engaging and long-established performer on the London jazz scene.

Malcolm Earle Smith

Thursday June 14, 7.30pm
Regular Buenos Aires Café performer Mishka Adams and Argentinian guitarist Beto Caletti take you on a fabulous magical mystery tour through the music of South America.

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Tuesday June 19, 7.30pm
Trudy Kerr sings again with our fab resident pianist Andrea Vicari.

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Thursday June 21, 7.30pm
Rafael Lijtman is back again to perform his unique, bluesy Latin rhythms.


Saturday 23 June, 10pm
Saturday nights just got even better with Mishka Adams and her cool Brazilian grooves.


Tuesday June 26, 7.30pm
A real treat, with critically acclaimed husband and wife jazz duo Sarah Moule and Simon Wallace performing everything from great American standards to the songs of Kirsty MacColl.

S Moule & S Wallace

Thursday June 28, 7.30pm
Buenos Aires-born vocalist and guitarist Guillermo Rozenthuler performs his heartfelt mix of tangos and milongas, romantic boleros and canciones


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