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Georgia Mancio’s Hang - 2018 line-up announced.

Thursday, September 13, 2018


We have received the following press release;


Award-winning vocalist, lyricist and producer, Georgia Mancio, returns with her second Hang – a series of stunning bespoke collaborations and new writing.

From last year’s landmark recording, Songbook, with co-writer Alan Broadbent and their subsequent performances in Europe and the US (including Ronnie Scott’s and Rochester International Jazz Festival, NY), to her iconic ReVoice! Festival, work with luminaries Ian Shaw, Liane Carroll, Bobby McFerrin and Kate Williams, to multiple nominations in the Urban Music, Parliamentary and British Jazz Awards, Georgia is an artist of boundless creativity and dedication in constant evolution.

2018 also marks Georgia’s 18th anniversary as a professional musician.
Do not miss this joyous coming of age!


http://www.georgiamancio.com


Wed 10 Oct, 8.30pm
Triple Bill – Georgia Mancio (voice) in duo with:
Nikki Iles (piano/accordion) / Alina Bzhezkinska (harp) / Tom Cawley (piano)
Georgia invites some of her favourite contemporaries in this stunning triple bill. A celebration of female writers with lauded pianist/composer Nikki Iles; a homage to vocalist, songwriter and activist Abbey Lincoln in a debut with stellar harpist Alina Bzhezhinska and a much anticipated reunion with pianist/songwriter Tom Cawley previewing their new work – ‘The Mexican Suitcase.’


Thu 11 Oct, 8.30pm
Somos Unidos
Georgia Mancio (voice) Maurizio Minardi (accordion/piano) Shirley Smart (cello) Gareth Lockrane (flutes) Luiz Morais (guitar)
Georgia explores her European and Latin American heritage with some major players from the jazz and world music scenes: accordionist/composer/pianist Maurizio Minardi (in his first London appearance since relocating to Paris in 2016), improvising cellist Shirley Smart, flute virtuoso Gareth Lockrane and 7-string guitarist/composer Luiz Morais.
An uplifting repertoire celebrating language, rhythm and internationalism beautifully performed in a variety of musical combinations.


Fri 12 Oct (early show 7pm)
Georgia Mancio Quartet
Georgia Mancio (voice) Kate Williams (piano)
Steve Watts (bass) Dave Ohm (drums)
Georgia performs with her longstanding quartet which features pianist Kate Williams (Bobby Wellins, Chris Biscoe, Pete Hurt Orchestra), bassist Steve Watts (Joe Lovano, Django Bates, The Printmakers) and drummer Dave Ohm (Ian Shaw, Gregory Porter, Anthony Strong). Together they play a deliciously eclectic set that includes songs from Italy and South America, reinvented David Bowie and Beatles treasures and new pieces co-written with songwriting partners Alan Broadbent and Kate Williams, all tied by Georgia’s hallmark integrity and emotional commitment.


Fri 12 Oct (late show 10pm)
Georgia Mancio Quartet with Special Guest Trish Clowes
Georgia Mancio (voice) Trish Clowes (sax)
Kate Williams (piano) Steve Watts (bass) Dave Ohm (drums)
Georgia invites scintillating saxophonist and BASCA British Composer Award winner, Trish Clowes, as her special guest to play originals and jazz standards in a debut collaboration that also features her world-class band (see above).


All shows £15
at
Pizza Express Jazz Club (Soho)
https://www.pizzaexpresslive.com/georgia-mancios-hang-presents


PizzaExpress Jazz Club
10 Dean Street
London
W1D 3RW
020 7439 4962


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