Platform 4

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

Returns to the Pheasantry kicking off the 2018 season with 3 more wonderful singers each with their own beautiful renditions of some of the best jazz compostions. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to see 3 highly talented artists hosted by the gorgeous Linley Weir.

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£15.00

"‘Softly as in a morning sunrise’, captures the listener immediately: the beautifully understated ‘Desires’ is sung with hushed intimacy. It absolutely left me wanting more.” - LondonJazz

“A beautiful deep and rich voice” - Billy Childs, Grammy award winner

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23 June 2018:

Toni Green is an actress, singer and comedienne. She’s appeared in numerous theatres, including the Old Vic, Piccadilly and Fortune Theatres. She appeared in “Nine” at the Festival Hall, “Song for Life” at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, was Stella Deems in “Follies” at the Pleasance Theatre and Yenta and the Narrator in “Soviet Zion” at the Lost Theatre. She spent many years working in radio - on Classic FM, Jazz FM, Radio 2 and 4. Her alter ego, Sadie Goldberg appeared in “Sadie and The Faded Ladies” and was in the top 3 Best Cabaret at the Brighton Festival in 2012. As a jazz singer, she has appeared at Ronnie Scotts and was given a special commendation at the Angela Carrington Jazz Awards 2009. Currently she can be seen in “A Disappearance”, a film starring Sophie Thompson and is heard on BBC One and BBC Two as a Continuity Announcer.

Liv Fernandes grew up in SW London listening to pop and soul music, with a penchant for the Hollywood musical. She began singing more than a decade ago and having a feeling for jazz studied the genre at London’s City Lit College, Morley College and professional singers’ workshops. Finding her voice in the swing tradition she remains loyal to the American songbook and has made occasional guest appearances. In 2017 she was selected as one of several soloists at the Addlestone Community Theatre in the musical extravaganza ‘Ella Fitzgerald’  a celebration of the legendary jazz vocalist. Liv is also a radio presenter with the show Soul Jazz Junction at Jazz London Radio. Prior to this she had four years at Croydon Radio. Her highlights included interviews with Gregory Porter, Clare Teal, Liane Carroll, Courtney Pine and Zara McFarlane.

Lucas Coley is 18 years old and is currently in the middle of his A Levels, studying History, Government & Politics and Drama. But his true passion is singing. Influenced by his family's love for different types of music, Lucas was exposed to a diverse collection of sounds. Music sung and performed from vocalists like Frank Sinatra, Jamie Callum and more recently Gregory Porter are his greatest inspirations. 

 

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