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Zoe Gilby with Paul Edis, Andy Champion and Adrian Tilbrook – ‘Pannonica’
North East singer Zoe Gilby has a growing reputation for singing a mix of standards, her own compositions and arrangements of more contemporary material. This new project features some of the North East’s most talented instrumentalists and draws on the work of one of her musical heroines, American singer Carmen McRae, who recorded memorable interpretations of Thelonious Monk’s music in the 1960’s, including some of his best known tunes such as ‘Blue Monk’, and ‘Pannonica’ (written in honour of the Jazz Baroness, the muse of bebop).
Alice Zawadzki with Alex Roth, Tom McCredie, Peter Lee and Jon Scott
Vocalist, violinist, songwriter/composer, Alice Zawadzki is making waves with music of rare originality, extending far beyond the jazz scene. Drawing together influences from her early exposure to New Orleans soul and gospel (including a stint as backing singer to Lillian Boutte) alongside classical training and an exploration of world and improvised music. Her debut album ‘China Lane’ travels from mediaeval Sephardic songs to indie rock, “all propelled in a voice of velvet suppleness and gutsy emotional power” (The Arts Desk).
“Uncategorisable, beautiful – a real force to be reckoned with” Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2
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Contact Ticket Office on 0191 443 4661 for more details and to book (this offer is not available online). Offer excludes Tin Men & The Telephone Family Show on 11 April and all festival workshops.
A £2.50 handling fee (per transaction) is applicable when booking a Jazz Multi-Buy. For all individual performances booked a £1.50 handling fee (per ticket) is applicable.
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£5 tickets are available for Sage Gateshead students including members of the Young Musicians Programme, Further Education and Youth Participation groups (one per person for each event).
Alice Zawadski © Monika Jakubowska
Gateshead International Jazz Festival is delighted to announce an exciting international line-up for its 11th edition with its trademark mix of UK, European and international jazz icons, hot new talent and some of the best of the thriving Northern jazz scene. The programme is packed with...