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Lisa Ekdahl: More of the Good

With support: Livio Minafra

Venue: Cadogan Hall

Lisa Ekdahl is a Swedish star whose understated voice is perfectly suited to the standards – the Express evoked “sultry, laid-back bossanova at its coolest and grooviest” – but she can certainly let rip when she wants to – “Can white girls sing the blues? This one can!” (The Independent). She’s toured the world, and now plays a very rare London show, including material from her new Sony album.

Support comes from pianist Livio Minafra, with his own compositions swimming in a spontaneous mix of classical music, world music and jazz improvisation.

Part of EFG London Jazz Festival 2018

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