Jaël: vocals, guitar, xylophone
Cédric Monnier: keys, kalimba
Domi Schreiber: guitar, vocals
In keeping with the studio album "Nothing to Hide", Jaël played the big Swiss concert halls at the end of 2019. Then Corona came and everything went quiet.
Jaël used the time to record the orchestral album "Sinfonia", which was released in early 2021 and was received with praise by fans and press.
Coinciding with the broadcast of the second season of the popular music format Sing meinen Song, Jaël announced another tour. This time in a small, intimate setting: Acoustic and in a trio. The specially arranged songs live from the fragile interpretation in the trio sound, as with the song "Driving With You", which was streamed 3 million times in Germany, Austria and Switzerland on Spotify. The new program promises in any case touching atmospheric moments.
After an extensive acoustic tour through Switzerland, Germany, Lithuania, England and the U.S. and a memorable performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival, Jaël released her second studio album "Nothing to Hide" at the end of 2019. Then came Corona and everything went quiet. Jaël used the time during the lockdown to record an orchestral album. This resulted in 13 symphonic orchestrated gems reflecting the last 20 years of her career, including 3 unreleased songs. The album "Sinfonia" was received with praise by both fans and the press.
Coinciding with the broadcast of the 2nd season of the popular music format Sing meinen Song - the Swiss swap concert - former Lunik singer and songwriter Jaël will present a new acoustic program starting in spring 2021. With Cédric Monnier on keys and Domi Schreiber on guitar, she stages her new songs in a more intimate way and proves the quality of her song material with the acoustic arrangements. She completes the set with catchy tunes from the Lunik era and songs that were created in collaboration with other artists. All presented songs live from the fragile interpretation in the trio sound, as with the song "Driving With You", which was streamed in Germany, Austria and Switzerland on Spotify over 3 million times.
A musical treat awaits the audience: Jaël's warm, melancholic voice wrapped in piano ballads to revel in, but also driving guitar duets, soulful two-part vocals and splashes of color with xylophone and kalimba.
The seated trio concerts promise soulful moments and a lot of pleasure: Goosebumps atmosphere guaranteed!
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