Jazz Voice: Celebrating a Century of Song

Hosted by Victoria Wood. Featuring Michelle Dockery, Ayanna, Gregory Porter, Ian Shaw, Lucinda Belle, Mary Pearce, Norma Winstone and Shingai Shoniwa (of The Noisettes)

11 November 2011 / 19:30

£10 - 30

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The London Jazz Festival kicks off in high style with its annual jazz vocal extravaganza featuring a triumphant blend of stellar singing talents and unexpected musical twists and turns, all set to sumptuous arrangements performed by a 40-piece orchestra.

Arranged, scored and conducted by internationally acclaimed trumpeter/composer Guy Barker, Jazz Voice travels through the decades to century of songs past and present, united by significant anniversaries, moments in musical history and some of the great personalities who have contributed to the rich lineage of jazz.

The host for the night will be comedienne, actress and director Victoria Wood.

Vocalists just announced:

Michelle Dockery
Gregory Porter
Ian Shaw
Lucinda Belle
Mary Pearce
Norma Winstone
Shingai Shoniwa (of The Noisettes)

This opening night performance will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3’s ‘Live in Concert’.

The Noisettes - Live on Late Show with David Letterman

Gregory Porter

The Lucinda Belle Orchestra (live)

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Produced by the Barbican in association with Serious

Part of the EFG International Excellence Series


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