Due to illness this show has been cancelled, we'll reschedule soon
Farncombe Cavern, Farncombe Fri 5th October 2012
Emily brings her UK Tour to Farncombe Cavern playing dark, sultry ballads and exuberant, hip swaying grooves from her new cd.
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The word is out about Emily Saunders...musicality, poise and ingenuity... Saunders is the real deal... a jazz vocalist with a big future... (4 stars) The Guardian, John Fordham
Lovely Clive Anderson, BBC Radio4
Marked as one to look out for in 2012 by Jazzwise magazine Emily brings her UK Tour to Farncombe Cavern playing dark, sultry ballads and exuberant, hip swaying grooves from her new cd.
Part of her UK tour Emily will be performing music from her new cd, along with favourites from her debut Cotton Skies.
Emily Saunders is a very classy improvisational act on 21st century Latin-jazz Peyroux meets Parlato, with a lot of personal quirks thrown in" John Fordham.
Widely commented as one of the most unique, unusual yet refreshing voices in jazz today, reflecting her passion for Brazilian rhythms and some of the great composers that have inspired her, she uses her voice to create a distinctive, instrumental approach to the music. Yet it is not only Saunders' masterful voice, but her talent as a songwriter and arranger that sets her above the rest.
The coolness of her poetic, alluring, compositions and dreamy lyrics are balanced with an outstanding selection of fiery arrangements by composers Hermeto Pascoal, Egberto Gismonti and Airto Moreira. Saunders' dark, sultry ballads are offset by exuberant, hip swaying grooves. She combines and arranges for voice, horns and rhythm creating a fascinating and unusual sound.
"Saunders' debut album, Cotton Skies, moves like a belt of high pressure to give us a subtropical Indian summer, with limpid Brazilian rhythms, breathy vocals and fine melodies." The Independent
Well worth hearing and definitely a find Jazzwise, Stephen Graham
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