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Irene Serra Quartet

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Door: 8.30pm
Show: 9.30pm
Room: The Jazz Club
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£15 On the Door
Online Tickets from £10-£12

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 : Jazz, Blues & Brazilian

A great mix of eclectic tunes from straight-ahead jazz standards to swinging blues, beautiful Brazilian songs, pop arrangements and original tunes.

"...A refreshingly individual singer..."
The Jazz Mann

Italian vocalist Irene Serra is a charismatic performer with a beautiful vocal style and assured stage presence. She sings a great repertoire of Jazz, Brazilian and Blues and can be regularly seen performing in venues in and around London, including the Barbican (with Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra), Ronnie Scott’s, Pizza Express, Union Chapel & King’s Place.

A critically-acclaimed vocalist and composer, Irene Serra started studying jazz at the age of 16 at the Academy of Music in Milan and moved to London in 1999 to complete a BA in Performing Arts at the University of Surrey, going on to study at Goldsmiths College and then completing a Masters in Music Performance at the Guildhall School Of Music and Drama.

Her poised performances have already earned her much critical acclaim: she was one of the semi-finalists in The Brussels International Young Jazz Singer competition in 2008 and was a finalist at the Shure Montreux Jazz Competition in 2009.

"...a melting pot of genres...which all blend together to entrancing effect"
Time Out Critics Choice

"Irene Serra has a strong stage presence and a compelling vocal tone"
|Jazz Wise Magazine

“...Serra’s wonderfully expressive voice is graceful and sensual…the sound is beautiful and melancholy”
All About Jazz

“...Serra’s singing is superb, perhaps at its most effective when she sounds bruised and vulnerable..."
Kind Of Jazz