Jazz Voice - Celebrating A Century of Song

Featuring Imelda May, Juliet Roberts, Patti Austin, Natalie Duncan, Claire Martin, Junior Giscombe, Gwyneth Herbert and Brendan Reilly

9 November 2012 / 19:30
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The London Jazz Festival’s signature opening-night gala returns with its epoch-spanning celebration of singing and song, under the direction of Guy Barker.

Imelda May, Juliet Roberts, Patti Austin, Natalie Duncan, Claire Martin, Junior Giscombe, Gwyneth Herbert and Brendan Reilly are the star vocalists who will be joining Barker's 40-piece orchestra this year, to mark the major anniversaries, birthdays and milestones that link the decades stretching back from 2012.

Actor, writer and comedian John Sessions will host the evening.

'It would be difficult to imagine a more impressive curtain-raiser to the London Jazz Festival' The Arts Desk

FreeStage 6pm Cecilia Stalin

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