Sam Jewison is “a Renaissance Man in a Jazz World”, whose vocal prowess and pianistic virtuosity has seen him tour internationally.
He headlined the 2020 ReGeneration Festival in Florence, the BBC Radio 3 Christmas Special in 2021, and played the award-winning Nevill Holt Opera House in 2022. In addition to sold-out EFG London Jazz Festival shows in 2022 and 2023, Jewison has performed at iconic London venues, including Camden’s famous Jazz Café, Westminster Abbey, and the Royal Opera House. He made his ROH recital debut in 2022 with “The Composer in Hollywood”, returning in 2024 with “The Composer on Broadway”.
Jewison’s acclaimed interpretation of the Great American Songbook uniquely fuses elements of jazz, classical, and popular music in a captivating display of artistry. The singer and pianist regularly appears at the West End’s Crazy Coqs, with programmes exploring the legendary American songwriters including George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, and many more.
He was profiled by Sky News in a live studio interview, ahead of a string of concerts in Europe in 2019. He appeared with his trio at Music in Valsolda festival on Lake Lugano and the Orticola Di Lombardia in Milan, as well as taking over the late programme at the New Generation Festival in Florence with his jazz dectet.
Born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, Jewison’s musical contributions resulted in him receiving the Borough Thank You Award for Performing, Artistic and Cultural Endeavours. He is an award-winning graduate of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, graduating with the TCM Silver Medal for Voice: the department’s highest honour.