Becca Stevens (USA)

Always reaching, always expanding, Becca Stevens reinvents herself once again with Regina. In the years since the release of her critically acclaimed third album, Perfect Animal, Stevens has undertaken a journey that began with a study of Queen Elizabeth I as inspiration

Annie Whitehead Group (UK)

English jazz trombone virtuoso, Annie Whitehead has emerged as one of the brightest and most versatile musicians in Britain, working with her own groups and a diversity of British jazz luminaries. Annie has made four albums under her own name

Ola Onabulè (Uk)

London born, Nigeria raised Ola Onabule has developed into one of the most unique and respected jazz singers in Great Britain over the past decade. His four octave voice and his ability to bridge elements of Soul, Jazz and World

Bebel Gilberto (BR)

Hailing from a rich musical lineage, Bebel Gilberto is the daughter of João Gilberto and singer Miúcha, and grew up surrounded by her extended musically family, including her uncle Chico Buarque and family friends like Milton Nascimento, Tom Jobim, Caetano

TILL BRÖNNER (DE)

Till Brönner (born 6 May 1971 in Viersen, Germany) is a jazz musician, trumpet player, singer, composer, arranger and producer. His approach is influenced by bebop and fusion jazz, but also modern pop music, movie soundtracks (especially old German movies),

Francesco Tristano (LU)

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Kat Edmonson (USA)

Born and raised in Houston, Edmonson is the only child of a single mother who enjoyed songs from the Great American Songbook as well as traditional pop from the 1940s and ’50s. She wrote her first song at age nine while riding

Deva Mahal (USA)

Deva Mahal was born with the blues in her blood. Becoming the genre-defying artist, powerhouse vocalist and astute songwriter that she is today could only be achieved through living a life rich with pain, joy, loss, love, heartache and experience. A

Joonas Haavisto (FL)

Joonas Haavisto (b.1982) is a Finnish pianist and composer. He is one of the most exciting young jazz musicians coming from the Nordic jazz scene and has won several prizes in the international competitions including Jazz Improvizacija 2006 solo piano

Emilia Martensson (UK)

Emilia Mårtensson is a London based Swedish vocalist and composer of considerable repute. After her three latest album releases Emilia has built a well- deserved reputation as one of the most exciting young vocalists on the UK Jazz scene and

Koza Mostra (GR)

The Ska band from Greece that became famous after their participation in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 with the song “Alcohol is Free”! “Koza Mostra is apparently one of the most famous Balkan ska bands in Greece” BBC News. “For

Dikanda (PL)

DIKANDA is a music band of international renown, playing “world music”. They come from Szczecin, Poland. In their artistic work DIKANDA promotes the authenticity of style – searching for new trends therefore most of their works are original compositions. They

Karen Souza (AR)

Although Karen Souza’s voice seems to be made for Jazz, her career began under different pseudonyms, writing songs and providing vocals to several electronic music producers, which made her part of many House hits. Karen started flirting with Jazz when

Faela! (SE)

It really dosn´t matter if it´s a large festival stage with thousands of people in the audience our if it is a small sweaty german club scene. Faela always manages to knock you down like a boxers right hook. The

Escalandrum (AR)

Piazzolla plays Piazzolla Blending the sensuality of tango and the improvisation of jazz, Latin Grammy-nominated Argentinian band Escalandrum has created a sound that takes inspiration from a musical legend, but boldly interprets this with their unique contemporary style. Escalandrum’sT tour

Nubiyan Twist (UK)

Nubiyan Twist are a Leeds born, London based musical collective. Orchestrated by guitarist/producer Tom Excell, they create a unique, infectious sound in an eclectic mix of styles, drawing on jazz, hip-hop, afrobeat, latin, soul, reggae and dance music. ​A blend

The Lake Poets (UK)

The Lake Poets is Martin Longstaff, a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter from Sunderland. Inspired by artists such as Elvis Perkins, Carole King, Villagers, Feist, Van Morrison, Fionn Regan, John Martyn, Wilco, Damien Rice, Bright Eyes, and Neil Young, Martin’s output as

Ferran Savall (ES)

Ferran Savall was born in Basel in 1979. Since early childhood, as the son of Montserrat Figueras and Jordi Savall, Ferran Savall has been in everyday contact with the musical world of study, rehearsal and concert in his home with members

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightment (UK)

Principal Guest Conductors: Ivan Fischer Vladimir Jurowski Sir Simon Rattle CBE “Never have I heard an orchestra fizz at such speed, energy or accuracy, utterly in period, smiles radiating as they relished each other ‘s playing”. The Independent In 1986

Uri Caine (USA)

An audacious flurry of activity by Uri Caine has lifted the New York-based pianist to the upper echelons of his trade – and this brilliant solo jazz piano album is testament to both his exemplary compositions and virtuoso playing. It’s

Oquestrada (PT)

OqueStrada is born from the vision of Marta Miranda and Pablo – both coming from the world of entertainment, she as a theatre actress with experience on the hidden fado houses and Cape Verdean taverns, where she began to sing,

The London Quartet (UK)

Cantabile — The London Quartet have been delighting audiences since 1982 with their amazing range of programmes. From a cappella favourites to the sacred music of the last millennium they are outstanding in both Comedy and the Classics. They are

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