JAZZ singer Fleur Stevenson will carry out at Crowmarsh village corridor subsequent month.
She’s going to take to the stage on the Wallingford venue alongside her quartet on November 14 from 7.30pm.
Fleur’s set-list will comprise new interpretations and traditional renditions of jazz requirements in addition to some selection cuts from her album Observe Me, which was launched final 12 months.
Her band options multi-instrumentalist Pete Billington (piano and guitar), Raph Mizraki (bass and percussion) and Simon Worth (drums).
A spokesman for Jazz in Studying, which is selling the live performance, stated: “Fleur Stevenson is quick establishing herself on the forefront of an thrilling new breed of jazz vocalists taking London by storm.
“Her honeyed tone, offbeat sense of humour and naturally charismatic stage presence create an instantaneous rapport with an viewers and she or he has an unerring intuition for selecting the best materials to showcase her expertise. “She has honed a novel fashion along with her stunning but trendy interpretations of jazz requirements and her tender, heartfelt supply of romantic ballads while giving greater than a nod to the influences of the nice jazz singers from whom she’s drawn a lot of her musical inspiration.”
Tickets price £15 and are restricted to be able to meet Authorities tips on social distancing throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Viewers members can deliver their very own drinks, glassware and snacks. Reserving upfront is strongly suggested from 07795 974223.