Weserstrasse 50, 12045 Berlin,
Berlin, DE 12045 +49 30 123456789
Set Time(s): 8 PM
Details: Multifaceted composers / performers Brittany Anjou and Nicole Zaray Meter get on planes, meet in Berlin and rock their newest strangest sounds on mystery instruments at Gelegenheiten! You should definitely be there too!
Bi TYRANT - Brittany Anjou
Keyboards / Comedic Jazz
Brittany Anjou is a Brooklyn based composer, vocalist, and piano focused multi-instrumentalist. Exploring everything from Duke Ellington to Bikini Kill in her repertoire, this creative, versatile, and virtuoso performer hails from Seattle and loves being on the road. She has just released the critically acclaimed Enamiĝo Reciprokataj via Origin Records. The album has reached 144 on the Jazz Week Top 300 chart and is getting radio airplay nationally and internationally. Channeling Duke Ellington to Bikini Kill in her repertoire, this creative, versatile, and virtuoso leader is one of a few to study, record and tour music with godmothers of punk, The Shaggs. She has also had the pleasure of sharing the stage with Wynton Marsalis, Ernestine Anderson, Clark Terry and Elysian Fields. When she isn't playing original jazz, she fronts five piece death metal band Bi TYRANT on vocals, original music from which she often circulates into her solo and trio shows as a pianist, keyboardist and vibraphonist, which she ties together with political comedy about bad psychic dreams, daily anxiety, and forever saving Planned Parenthood.
Bi TYRANT: https://www.bityrant.rocks
N I C O L E Z A R A Y M E T E R
Vocals/ Keyboards / Beats / High Kicks
Nicole Zaray hails from Brooklyn, NY and now brings her unusual piano pop tunes with clever lyric stylings and polyrhythmic layerings to Berlin. A multifaceted vocalist and songwriter known for theatrical and staged musical performances, Nicole has been commissioned by various organizations including Roulette and the American Music Center, was guest vocalist on 2 Moby albums, and starred in the sci-fi chickflick The Sticky Fingers of Time which premiered at the Venice Biennale. She uses her 3 octave range, tin pan alley piano chops and original physicality to bring you a set of unusually catchy avant-pop tunes.
Web site: nicolezaray.com
featuring: Brittany Anjou - solo keyboard & vocals, Nicole Zaray Meter - solo keyboard & vocals