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Maduro Live Music


1690 reviews
17 June 2019
How amazing is this with live jazz music. A must to watch and experience. Music at Maduro flows from serene classical music in the day to swinging jazz at night; with two live music nights.


187 reviews
6 June 2019
Helming a special 1819 Tuesdays on 11 June are two icons in the local and global jazz scene, Singaporean songstress Melissa Tham and world-renowned Russian jazz trumpeter Alex Sipiagin, who recently celebrated their one year anniversary as a happily wedded couple, and have been giving back to the community in their own way since. Melissa first met Alex at The Lion City Youth Jazz Festival, which she was organsing as one of two sole members (the other’s Jeremy Monteiro) of the Jazz Association (Singapore)(JASS) back in May 2017. The Lion City Youth Jazz Festival is a mentorship bandstand learning programme, designed to promote bandstand interaction between the youth members of their orchestra and jazz mentors from all over the world – one of them being one Mr. Alex Sipiagin. The attraction was undeniable but their romance didn’t develop until after the festival. And they say, the rest is history. They started dating long distance on 27 May 2017, got married 27 May 2018, and celebrated their very 1st wedding anniversary just a few days ago in Taiwan on 27 May 2019. With two years worth of lots of traveling just to be together, there are bound to be several stories that both she and Alex will be happy to share over a coffee, including their common love for music, not just jazz. Alex Sipiagin is a highly regarded trumpeter in the international jazz scene, having had several solo albums, as well as having recorded on Grammy-award winning albums. An active educator, Alex holds several residencies in notable colleges in Euurope like Amsterdam Conservatory, and Basel Academy of Music. He is also a professor at New York University, and is constantly giving workshops all over the world. In recent months, Alex has been more active in the Singapore Brass scene; he gave a workshop to aspiring jazz trumpeters, which was very well-received here. He has also begun arranging his compositions for big bands, and also performing them with local university big bands.