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Tara Lee Minton

Time: 7:30 – 10:30pm
Room: Restaurant / Piano Bar
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Full dining options available during the performance.
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Tara Minton is a pianist, harpist, vocalist and songwriter hailing from Melbourne, Australia. Since relocating to London in the Spring of 2011 she has built an international reputation as a gifted performing artist and educator.

“Tara's wonderful voice was an unexpected pleasure, on top of her amazing talent on harp and piano.”
Ashtead Jazz Club

“Wow, wow, wow, wow. What a sensational night! Tara Lee Minton is AWESOME and we loved having them at the Lantern Jazz Club.”
Lantern Jazz Club

Tara is endorsed by Camac Harps and plays a Camac Big Blue electric harp. She is incredibly proud to be a part of the Camac family and has given many concerts and workshops for them over the past eight years. In 2017 Tara won a scholarship to study a Masters of Jazz at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama and is also the proud recipient of the Andrew Loewenthal Award given through the Tait Memorial Trust.

Aside from live performance, Tara is passionate about music education. She conducts workshops in jazz with her trio as well as giving private lessons in harp and voice. She founded "The London Jazz Harpers" alongside Brenda Dor-Groot and Zannah Evans, organising regular meets and harp jams to promote a culture of improvisation within the harp community.

A Welsh Girl's Journey

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Door: 7pm
Show: 8-9pm
Room: The Jazz Club
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£15 On the Door
Online Tickets from £10

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 : Musical Theatre / Jazz

"They have rugby in London, don't they?"

When she discovered that the M4 went all the way to London, Land of Song born Blodwen upped sticks and headed for the concrete empire, not quite knowing what she was letting herself in for. After hilly West Wales, where one bus a week went where no one wanted to go, landing in the capital was a bit of a shock to the system.

Come along for the ride as she navigates the London Underground, flat sharing, dating and the FIVE POUND PINT! Share in her awe, her joy, and her occasional disdain (which is when she feels the most London). She may have fallen in love with the city she now calls home, but as the saying goes; you can take the girl out of Wales... Of course, it wouldn't be the story of a Welshwoman without a song or two!