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Sam Jewison returns to the EFG London Jazz Festival to celebrate the Great British Songbook on Sunday 19th November.

The singer and pianist explores the penmanship of legendary British songwriters, including George Shearing, Leslie Bricusse, Ray Noble, Noël Coward, and many more. Like its American cousin, the Songbook comprises works from music theatre and film, as well as classic popular song, many of which have endured as standards: “A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square”, “Pure Imagination”, and “Lullaby of Birdland”, to name but a few.

Described as “a Renaissance Man in a Jazz World”, Jewison’s vocal prowess and pianistic virtuosity has seen him tour internationally. He headlined the 2020 ReGeneration Festival in Florence and the BBC Radio 3 Christmas Special in 2021. He has performed at iconic London venues, including Camden’s famous Jazz Café, Westminster Abbey, and the Royal Opera House, where he made his sold-out recital debut with “The Composer in Hollywood” in March 2022. He played the award-winning Nevill Holt Opera House in June 2022 and made his sold-out EFG London Jazz Festival debut the following November.

Jewison is joined by Harry Evans (double bass) and Joe Dessauer (drum kit).

Sunday 19th November 2023, 7pm
Crazy Coqs, West End, London
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