The 8th OCT-LOFT Jazz Festival
2018.10.9 - 2018.10.21
当晚票价 Fare for the night：
预售 Presale￥80 ；现场 At Door ￥100
第一场 First Set 20:00 - 21:00 > AVA三重奏 AVA Trio
第二场 Second Set 21:20 - 22:20 >Luca Sestak
官方购票链接 Ticketing: https://b10live.taobao.com/
00:00 当晚预售截止 Presale Closed→19:00 现场售票/兑票 Doors Open→19:30 观众入场 Admittance
2018.10.09 21:20 - 22:20
华侨城创意文化园北区B10现场 B10 Live, North District of OCT-LOFT
Luca Sestak - 钢琴 Piano / 人声 Vocals
"His talent is amazing, and brings to mind the thought of 'wonder child'."
- Birgitta Larsson, Jefferson Blues magazine
The music critics celebrate the musician who’s videos have received about ten million hits on YouTube as “The future of blues and boogie-woogie piano.”
Luca Sestak was born on January 10, 1995 in Celle, Germany. He began learning classic piano when he was eight and a half and discovered jazz and blues music at the age of 11. On hearing it he was immediately captivated by the musical style of boogie-woogie. He self-taught himself blues piano and shared his first video on YouTube in December 2006. As he grew older and his fame continued to grow, his earliest video received as many as 1.8 million hits.
In 2008 Luca took part in the local piano solo competition “Youth Plays Music” and won 1st prize with advancement to the State Contest level. He recorded his first CD album Lost in Boogie in August 2010, and later appeared on German TV for the first time in “Kaffee oder Tee” on SWR. In 2011, Sestak participated in the biggest Boogie Woogie Festival of the world in Laroquebrou, France, and honored with the German Boogie Woogie Award. In 2014 Luca released his second album New Way.
With rising recognition numerous performances at festivals and concerts followed in his home country as well as abroad with big-name pianists of the genre such as Silvan Zingg, Vince Weber, Bob Seeley, Frank Muschalle and Ben Waters.
Today Sestak’s program contains mainly his own compositions and interpretations in which he expresses his unmistakable style. He includes in these the most varied directions of music from the blues and boggie through jazz and funk all the way to pop, rock and the classics. He comments it is "tiring and yet unbelievable pleasure during concerts on stage!"
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