Alan Broadbent will perform at Touché on March 27, 28, 29, 30!
Alan Broadbent -born in Auckland, New Zealand- received scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music in 1966. He was asked to join Woody Herman’s band in 1969. In 1972 he settled in Los Angeles, beginning a musical relationship with Irene Kral. Soon he was also invited into the studio scene as a pianist for the great Nelson Riddle, David Rose, and Johnny Mandel.
In the early 90s he was asked to be a part of Natalie Cole’s “Unforgettable”. At this time he wrote an orchestral arrangement for her song “When I Fall In Love”, which won him his first Grammy Award. Shortly after, he became a member of Charlie Haden’s Quartet West, touring the festivals of Europe, UK and the USA. It was while with this group that he won his second Grammy, an orchestral accompaniment written “Lonely Town”. As a soloist and with his jazz trio, Broadbent has been nominated for Grammys twice. In 2007 he was awarded the New Zealand Order of Merit, an honor he holds in high regard.
Broadbent is Diana Krall’s conductor for her occasional orchestra concerts. Recently he has been the arranger on Glenn Frey’s After Hours album, and he wrote six string arrangements for Sir Paul McCartney’s “Kisses On The Bottom” with the London Symphony.
As he has just returned from solo piano concerts in the UK, Poland and France, the legendary Alan Broadbent is going to be accompanied by Kaan Yıldız on double bass and Ferit Orman on drums for his İstanbul concerts.
- 100.00 TL
- The minimum age limit is 18. Minor audience members (-18) can attend the event with their parents
- Organizer reserves the right to refund the amount paid and deny entrance to the participants not deemed suitable.
- Zorlu PSM holds the right to change the terms of purchase for discounted tickets.