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Un Soleil Noir, The Life & Songs of Barbara

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Door: 8:00pm
Show: 9:00pm
Room: The Jazz Club
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£18 On the Door
Online Tickets from £15

Only Bar food will be served in the Jazz Club.

To dine from the á la carte menu before the show
Please call 020 7582 6800 or Book Online
Please allow 60-90 minutes for dinner reservations.

TYPE OF EVENT : Cabaret, Chanson Francaise, Jazz

The Life and Songs of Barbara

Adrien Mastrosimone creates a new show on one of the most haunting French singer. Come and spend the evening in the Life and Songs of BARBARA.

Originally from Marignane in the South of France, Adrien Mastrosimone began his professional career as a dancer with the Béjart Ballet Lausanne, Switzerland. Adrien’s singing journey started in 2009 when he started working with Internationally acclaimed Countertenor and Professor of Singing, Andrew Watts. He sang his first Endymion in a new production of La Calisto directed by Joe Austin and conducted by Oliver-John Ruthven for Hampstead Garden Opera. He later sang the title role in the all male production of CarMen with Secret Opera Directed by Robin Pieta and conducted by Andrew Charity.

In 2017 Adrien wrote his first sell-out cabaret show for Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club and named it 'Mon Manège à Moi'. This led to adding more dates selling out within days.

In Spring 2018, Adrien returned with a brand new critically acclaimed, show 'Une Vie en Rose' based on the life and songs of Edith Piaf which would run for several sell-out performances and won the Award of Best Music Performance at the Buxton Festival.

"Adrien Mastrosimone sings with impressive showbiz swank, sweeping emotion and had the audience at the south London cabaret venue on its feet!"
Classical Music Magazine

"Magnetic counter tenor and dancer Adrien Mastrosimone...twists around the stage like a Flamenco dancer...with his velvety voice."
Francesca Wickers, Fringe Opera

Adrien Mastrosimone – Vocals
David George HarringtonPiano
Hamish Knockles-Moore – Double Bass