Take in a Jazz Concert on a Visit to Dusseldorf
Sunday 21, February 2010
Jazz fans could be pleased to learn that a concert featuring music from the genre will be taking place in the city next month.
People staying in accommodation in Düsseldorf in March who are fans of the medium of jazz could be pleased to know that a concert featuring the music will be hitting a stage in the city.
On March 12th a collection of practiced jazz musicians will play a concert at the Haus der Ärzteschaft, which is located on Tersteegenstrasse.
The bass and piano will kick in from 20:00 (local time), with a range of numbers due to be played by the trio of maestros.
Frank Chastenier will be playing the piano, with John Goldsby playing the bass and Hans Dekker on drums.
According to the Ärztekammer website, the programme of songs will include a mixture of tunes from the world of jazz and pop, as well as some of Mr Chastenier's own compositions.
The German pianist has released a number of albums in collaboration with jazz artists such as Till Brönner and Paquito d'Rivera.
Entry cost €15 (£13) and tickets can be purchased from the venue or telephone booking lines.
"The jazz concert at the Ärzteschaft is likely to be popular," said Jess Reading, head of marketing at LateRooms. "LateRooms strongly recommends people considering attending to book hotel Düsseldorf as soon as possible."
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