Jo Harrop and Jamie McCredie – “Weathering The Storm”
Tara Minton – “Please Do Not Ignore The Mermaid”
Hosted by Nigel Williams, Jazz FM
Hampstead Jazz Club, in association with Serious, EFG London Jazz Festival, and Jazz FM, proudly presents an evening of exclusive performances, streamed live from Cadogan Hall in front of an audience.
This show will be one of the highlights of the EFG London Jazz Festival and is part of the EFG Elements Series, an outstanding and eclectic collection of shows.
Judi Jackson invites you to a masquerade evening, come dressed for a special evening of outstanding live performances in your masks…
Born in Roanoke, Virginia and now based in London, singer-songwriter Judi Jackson’s potent cocktail of neo-soul and jazz has won her a raft of rapturous reviews and an ever-growing fanbase. The Jazz FM ‘Vocalist of the Year’ winner will be performing some of her favourite jazz and soul numbers alongside new songs from her next release due in 2021.
Jo Harrop and Jamie McCredie
‘”Jo Harrop is a very very fine jazz singer.” – Iggy Pop, BBC 6 Music
Effortlessly blurring the lines between jazz and folk, Jo Harrop and guitarist Jamie McCredie have just released their studio debut, Weathering The Storm, which The Guardian dubbed “a little gem of an album; simple, modest and perfect.” An intimate, achingly beautiful record, Weathering The Storm has an ageless, ineffably moving quality that is pure and true and as rare as hen’s teeth.
Having cut her teeth working with everyone from Melbourne Opera to Björk, Australian-born singer and jazz harpist Tara Minton is the missing link between Dorothy Ashby and Joni Mitchell. She has just released Please Do Not Ignore The Mermaid, an astonishingly adventurous impressionist dreamscape that drifts seamlessly between jazz and contemporary classical.
Specially-created for EFG London Jazz Festival, this show will be one of the highlights of the festival.
Duration: 3 hours (including a 25 minute interval)
Part of the London Jazz Festival's EFG Elements Series
£50 (VIP - premium seat price includes a glass of prosecco), £30, £20
Live Streaming Access Ticket - £5 (details of how to book below)
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Live Streaming Access Ticket
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