Sara Oschlag: Mingus and Monk

Sara Oschlag: Mingus and Monk

Guest Artists

Date and time
22 Feb 2024 (6:30pm - 9:00pm)
Location

Eastside Jazz Club, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR

Price

£15
£12 over 60s, under 18s

6.30pm student support - Eastside Voices
7.45pm main show

Booking Information

Wheelchair users are entitled to concessionary priced tickets with a complimentary companion seat.

Guide dogs are welcome at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire venues. If you wish to bring a guide dog or wheelchair, please let the Events Office know by calling 0121 331 5909.

Sara Oschlag

Arnie Somogyi invites Sara Oschlag: Mingus and Monk

Support Eastside Voices directed by Noemi Nuti

Renowned jazz vocalist Sara Oschlag and acclaimed bassist Arnie Somogyi have put together an extraordinary project featuring vocal versions of timeless compositions by two of jazz's iconic composers - Charles Mingus and Thelonius Monk.

The project brings a fresh and innovative perspective to original jazz classics that have influenced generations of musicians and listeners.

Arnie Somogyi is no stranger to the music of Monk and Mingus. He has led his own Mingus/Monk repertoire band, Jump Monk for over ten years and has headlined at Ronnie Scott’s as featured bassist with the official New York-based Mingus Big Band - a star-studded ensemble originally established by Sue Mingus, dedicated to performing the Mingus canon.

Danish vocalist Sara Oschlag has quietly established herself as one of the UK’s premier jazz talents. First choice with the Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Orchestra, Sara is a singer with a natural musician's ear, great phrasing and an effortless sense of swing - the perfect choice to breathe new life into this extraordinary repertoire.

Sara Oschlag vocals
John Turville piano
Arnie Somogyi bass
Euan Palmer drums

Eastside voices are the interdepartmental close harmony jazz vocal group of RBC. They are performing special arrangements of jazz standards for jazz choir and rhythm section, as well as crossover repertoire composed and arranged by Eric Whitaker.

Running time approx. two hours and thirty minutes.

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