JAZZ


SUNDAY JAZZ 

jazz

 

Entrance free, from 7pm

Our regular Sunday evening Jazz performances, have become a popular feature of Baltic, with some of the best young musicians currently playing in London. You can book a table in the restaurant or just hang out in the bar.

 

SEPTEMBER

2nd – Noemi Nuti

Up-and-coming Latin jazz vocalist Noemi Nuti brings her joyfulness to the Baltic, creating a special evening of Brazilian and Cuban music with a jazz twist. She is now focusing on promoting her debut album, Nice to Meet You, which launched to a sell-out crowd at London’ Pizza Express Jazz Club. The album has since enjoyed wide recognition from within the industry, from a 4 Star review in Jazzwise Magazine to Jazz FM Radio’s A-listing a number of her tracks on their featured artist playlist.

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9th – Eleonora Clasp

Born in Milan, Italy, Eleonora’s interest in music began in her early teenage years, when she started studying drums and percussions. While touring and recording behind the drum kit in various rock, pop and jazz bands, she developed an interest in singing, as she supported her groups on backing vocals. Having moved to the UK in search of new inspiration, she started studying jazz singing, while performing on the London scene and writing her own material. Her first album as a singer-songwriter, titled Stars, was released in late 2015, gaining supportive reviews and airplay across many UK outlets. Her set features her highly regarded originals, and percussion-focused arrangements of an eclectic mix of her favorite songs by artists as diverse as Sting, Dvořák and Cyndi Lauper.

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16th – Heidi Vogel

Heidi Vogel’s extraordinarily rich and complex vocal timbre proved capable of completely seducing the senses….her capacity to unfurl long-lined melodies is remarkable. She manages to balance the music’s introspective sensibilities and its quietly dramatic inner core to telling effect, such that she can lift the soul while simultaneously breaking your heart… that fragile, light-as-air quality was very much to the fore, but it’s when Vogel opened up and switched from head voice to chest voice that you really experienced the direct expression of her soul.
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23rd – Alice Williamson

Alice Mary Jelaska is a popular clarinettist, vocalist, band leader and composer in London’s gypsy jazz, folk and world scenes. Her virtuosic clarinet playing has a deep, feisty and Balkan edge reflecting her Croatian roots and gypsy influences – and her vocals, described as ‘serene’, ‘pure’ and ‘water-like’, add a delicate contrast to her performances.

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30th- Elisa Caleb

Elisa is a jazz singer and have performed in numerous clubs and festivals in the UK and Europe. My debut album ‘Carry Me Home’ received high praise from jazz critics and journalists. She has performed with great artists such as Tony Kofi, Seb Rochford (Acoustic Ladyland, Polar Bear), Soweto Kinch, Guy Barker, Stan Sulzmann, Robert Mitchell, Mike Outram, Julian Siegel, Phil Robson, Gary Husband and many others.


OCTOBER 2018

7th- Noemi Nuti

Up-and-coming Latin jazz vocalist Noemi Nuti brings her joyfulness to the Baltic, creating a special evening of Brazilian and Cuban music with a jazz twist. She is now focusing on promoting her debut album, Nice to Meet You, which launched to a sell-out crowd at London’ Pizza Express Jazz Club. The album has since enjoyed wide recognition from within the industry, from a 4 Star review in Jazzwise Magazine to Jazz FM Radio’s A-listing a number of her tracks on their featured artist playlist.

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14th – Jane Parker

‘Jane Parker’s breathy vocals, reminiscent of Rickie Lee Jones or sometimes Billie Holiday are both sultry and steamy as the bayou itself’ Blueprint
London-based jazz singer Jane Parker sings regularly in and around the capitol and has performed at venues which include Ronnie Scott’s, 606 Club, Quaglinos and the Cafe de Paris. Her many influences include Blossom Dearie, Jackie Paris, Eddie Jefferson and Jon Hendricks
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21st – Rebecca Tommasi

Her stage presence is as warm and compelling as her voice, and with an ever growing and more daring repertoire, her live performances are a must.Influences include Anita O’day, Sarah Vaughan, Ella Fitzgerald, Ernestine Anderson, Amy Winehouse, Chet Baker and Bill Evans to name just a few.

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28th – closed