What’s On: Clare Teal Duo Show

The multi-award winning jazz artist and BBC Radio 2 presenter, Clare Teal brings her New For 2019 show to the Royal Overseas League on September 10.

As much as she loves fronting her Trio or Big Mini Band or singing with orchestras around the world, Clare still revels in performing in more intimate venues accompanied by just a piano.

From swing to sublime ballads, Clare’s Duo Concerts are renowned for their musicality coupled with Clare’s warm and witty storytelling, guaranteeing the audience something uniquely personal and always very special.

The rich, jazz infused repertoire explores timeless classics penned by the legendary musical storytellers of the last 100 years.

She also celebrates giants of the great American and British songbooks through to the work of more contemporary writers crafting the standards of today, plus her own original compositions.

The ever-evolving set list, draws from a rich catalogue including selections from Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, Rodgers and Hart, Sting, Van Morrison and Ed Cobb and honouring the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Anita O’Day, Nancy Wilson, Frances Faye and Peggy Lee.

As one of the UK’s greatest interpreters of song and much-loved performers, with 15 acclaimed albums to her name, Clare and her pianist promise a sparkling night of inspired music
and entertainment.

Tickets and more information can be found here http://www.clareteal.co.uk


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