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Abdullah Ibrahim

Part of EFG London Jazz Festival

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Mesmerising South African jazz pianist Abdullah Ibrahim performs an intimate and atmospheric solo show.

Taking us on a journey through a lifetime of musical experience – a sacred and secular melting pot of gospel and jive, American jazz and classical music – he skilfully weaves his influences into free-flowing piano inventiveness. His is a distinctive brand of exquisite, meditative tranquillity: heart-stopping melodies that combine with a powerful spirituality. Ibrahim’s music has long tracked the turbulence of his homeland’s history, matching its past struggles and current optimism through music of great hope and deeply reflective soulfulness.

Produced by Serious, part of EFG London Jazz Festival

Wheelchair spaces, free companion seats may now be booked online. 

Please select the relevant preferences on the access registration page during your booking so we can provide you with the correct information and discounts. 

Booking a wheelchair space: Select a seat displaying the wheelchair user icon and then select wheelchair user ticket type. The ticket will be priced at the lowest price for that event. If you need an essential companion, please click the E icon next to the wheelchair space you have selected. 

Booking essential companion tickets: Please select at least two tickets and one of them will be automatically discounted to zero in the basket. 

Booking British Sign Language or Captioned Seats: Select seats in the area appropriate to your needs. 

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