'Dreams on Fire' by Judith Charron Jazz Trio
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- Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club
"If all your dreams were on fire, which one would you save?"
Judith Charron - Vocals | Eddie Evans - Piano | Romain Malan - Cello
French - Classical - Jazz
"Dream on fire" is a musical journey between dreams and illusions, love and delusion. Songs featured in the show are very eclectic, ranging from Jazz classics ( Someone to watch over me), French songs ( La vie en rose) as well as popular pop songs( Adele...).
Judith, Eddie and Romain are a brand new trio. Coming from different backgrounds and experience, between the classical world and the jazz world, they are joining their talents to revisit heartfelt songs and to arrange them for voice, piano and cello.
Judith is a french singer who is classically trained ( Conservatoire de Paris). In parallel to her classical and operatic activities, she also dedicates some time to a different kind of repertoire such as Gershwin and Cole Porter. Through the years and her experience, she developed a wide panel of vocal colours and a real sense of expressivity.
Eddie is a jazz pianist and actor also based in London. His music engagements include pianist-in-residence position at the Savoy Hotel in London and the Randolph Hotel in Oxford. As an actor, he has been on numerous London stages including the National Theatre and Royal Opera House.
Romain is versatile cellist. Also classically trained (Royal College of Music), he performs in numerous styles: rock, pop, chansons français, jazz. He has played a few times at the Brasserie Toulouse Lautrec with the singer "Archipol". He is also an active singer and community musician. He is the founder and conductor of WHO Orchestra ( World Harmony Orchestra).
The meeting of those three eclectic artists will offer a poetic evening, full of humour and emotions.
|21:00 - 00:00||£10.00|
Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club, 140 Newington Butts, SE11 4RN
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