Music

Celebrating Joni Mitchell – SARA COLMAN BAND

Thursday 18 November 2021

2021 is the 50th anniversary of Joni Mitchell’s iconic album, Blue. So Sara Colman and her 10 piece band come together to celebrate Mitchell’s music and songs with the launch of her own CD, Ink on a Pin. It features lush strings, soaring horns and richly expressive vocals, proving why Colman is considered one of our leading jazz singers. Breathtaking!

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Bar opens 6:30 P.M.
Starts 7:30 P.M.
Advance £18.00
On the door £22.00

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2021 is the 50th anniversary of Joni Mitchell’s iconic album, Blue. So Sara Colman and her 10 piece band come together to celebrate Mitchell’s music and songs with the launch of her own CD, Ink on a Pin. It features lush strings, soaring horns and richly expressive vocals, proving why Colman is considered one of our leading jazz singers. Breathtaking!

Joni Mitchell turned 75 in 2019 and this project is Sara’s loving tribute to one of the 20th century’s most iconic singer-songwriters.

In recent years Sara’s worked with leading lights in British music including Laura Mulva, Liane Carroll and Mahalia. As a singer she brings unique depth and expressive warmth to both her own compositions and her favourite artists such as Joni Mitchell, Ricky Lee Jones and Paul Simon.

She has made numerous festival appearances (Cheltenham, Manchester, Mostly Jazz, ReVoice, Sligo) and in 2016 was ‘featured vocalist’ with The National Youth Jazz Orchestra at the BBC Prom Night at The Royal Albert Hall.

“At the heart of it all is Colman’s unfailingly beautiful, richly expressive voice” -★★★★ Jazzwise Magazine

“Her [Colman’s] genuine natural warmth, passion and charisma shines out from her live performances.”
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This performance has been supported in partnership with Jazz South as part of Platform South, with funding from Arts Council England

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