Info: organised by us
When: 26 Nov 2011 from 3:00 PM until 11:00 PM
Where: St John’s College, Cambridge,
What makes CURS who we are? Our members, of course!
That’s why our brand new executive committee would love to see many of you on 26th November in Old Music Room, St. John’s College. As always, it’s a great opportunity for you to meet old friends and make new ones. You think you know everyone in the Cambridge bubble? Guess what – we will be joined by the founding members and members of the past committees who have made it out in the big world!
3-6pm, Old Music Room, St. John’s College. Delight your palate with cakes and sweets (sladkoe chaepitie) and meet previous committees’ members.
6-9pm, Old Combination Room, Trinity College. Immerse in the atmosphere of captivating live jazz with AJ Projekt. Their unique new programme specially devised for CURS consists of witty jazz versions of popular soviet film and animation tunes along with some easy-listening jazz standards and unusual arrangements of famous rock and pop songs.
Refreshments will be served from 6pm and the music will start at 7pm.
Places are limited so please come early to avoid disappointment! The entrance fee for the concert is ?5 for CURS members/?6 otherwise. The dress code is smart.
As the evening unravels, we will present you the marvel of instrumental jazz!
Intrigued? Then read on.
AJ Projekt is a London-born guitar and piano duo of Russian-born
musicians, Andrey and Jake, who blend the art of captivating
instrumental jazz to perfection with their sophisticated jazz
standards renditions and elegant jazzy arrangements of popular songs.
A versatile pianist and creative guitar player, Andrey and Jake blend
jazz and rock, pop and disco- all done with outstanding musicianship
and impeccable taste! They have widely performed in their native
Russia and have already established themselves on the London scene,
both as solo performers and as part of the jazz-funk outfit, “Green
Tea”, having played in such venues around the city as LSE, Elixir Bar,
Bull’s Head in Barnes, Con Cellar Bar and others to great critical
On Saturday, 26th of November, AJ Projekt will present a unique new
programme specially devised for the Cambridge University Russian
Society consisting of witty jazz versions of popular soviet film and
animation tunes including “Bu-ra-ti-no!” and “Prekrasnoe daleko” along
with some easy-listening jazz standards and unusual arrangements of
famous rock and pop songs – a night not to miss!
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