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Ashley Henry

September 11, 2019 - 7:30 pm

Salon Noir, L’Escargot, Greek St.

Ashley Henry, as one of the UK’s leading jazz & beats performers, brings his live performance to soho for an intimate one off soho show. Following the widespread success of 26-year-old Ashley Henry’s Easter EP, the genre-blurring UK pianist returns in full force with his debut studio album Beautiful Vinyl Hunter, set for release in 6th September on Sony Music.

Offering a journey into the visionary mind of one of the UK’s most creative young talents, the highly anticipated 15-track album draws on a heady brew of influences of jazz, beats, hip-hop, punk and grime, and features collaborations with an impressive collective of innovators including Makaya McCraven, Keyon Harrold, Ben Marc, Luke Flowers, Jaimie Branch, Binker Golding and Joshua Idehen.

Enjoy a unique stripped back performance in this intimate venue as part of Soho.Live Jazz Week. As part of the festival Ashley Henry will also be presenting our Future of Jazz Radio Podcast show.

 This show will be sold out as places are extremely limited, so please book in advance.

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Cherise Adams-Burnett

September 11, 2019 - 7:30 pm

The Piano Bar Soho, Carlisle St.

Cherise Adams-Burnett is blazing a trail as a fiercely talented vocalist and musician, appearing at some of the country’s most prestigious venues and festivals, including the Royal Albert Hall. Now part of Soho.Live Jazz Week, Cherise now provides an intimate stripped back performance at the festivals home in The Piano Bar Soho.

With a passion for soul and neo-soul and a great appreciation for the tradition of jazz vocalists Adams-Burnett’s unique delivery has won plaudits and drawn invitations for high profile collaborations, including earlier this year at the Jazz FM Awards 2019.

This show will be sold out as places are limited, so please book in advance.

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The Piano Bar Soho Whisk(e)y Experience

September 11th and 12th, 2019 - 1:00 pm

The Piano Bar Soho, Carlisle St.

The Long & The Short Of It – A Drinkers Guide to Long and Short Whisk(e)y Cocktails

The long and the short of it is an immersive whisky experience with the teams from Yardhead Single Malt Scotch and American Eagle Tennessee Bourbon.

Mix Scotch in long cocktails like your Dad told you not to, and smoke an old fashioned in a glass jar like a hero…what’s not to like.

Your experience lasts approximately 20 minutes, entry is available anytime between 1pm - 6pm on September 11th and September 12th. Simply show your ticket at The Piano Bar Soho (16 Carlisle St.) for entry. One entry per person, per day.

The Piano Bar Soho Whisk(e)y Experience at The Piano Bar Soho, Carlisle St. 

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Jazz with Billie Black

September 11, 2019 - 9:30 pm

Soho Theatre, Dean St.

Billie Black is a striking young jazz & electro-soul singer from London. Her voice is smooth & gracious and her wide repertoire of Jazz standards and original electro-pop material has gained millions of streams & commercial success on music platforms such as 1Xtra, Majestic Casual & Clash Magazine.

“Bille makes the kind of breathy, modern soul that sounds simultaneously welcoming and strangely unnerving" The Guardian

With the Soho.Live Studio Band, Billie will perform a selection of classic jazz standards from the great jazz divas, but with her own modern twist & arranged by musical director, Nathan Britton. As part of the Soho.Live Jazz Week festivities, this unique one-off performance will be recorded & released on the Soho.Live Studios label.

Tickets are available direct from the Soho Theatre box office, please click the link below for more information.

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Nathan Britton Trio

September 11, 2019 - 6:00 - 7:30pm

Salon Noir, L’Escargot, Greek St.

Soho.Live’s very own Musical Director, Nathan Britton presents his modern spin on classic repertoire from piano legends such as Chopin , Gershwin, Oscar Peterson & Bill Evans.

Nathan is an award-winning classically-trained Jazz pianist and producer, he has been instrumental in curating jams with some of the world’s best jazz musicians when they come to Soho. As a composer and producer, his works have been featured on BBC Radio outlets, Jazz FM and Worldwide FM (to name a few).

Nathan’s trio was born in one of the creative jams at The Piano Bar Soho that also features on Soho.Live’s inaugural LP for this first Jazz Week found at He is joined by two of London’s top jazz artists: Ollie Hopkins (bass) & Jamie Murray (drums).

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Marisha Wallace

Event Time: To be announced soon

Yamaha Music London, Wardour St.

Yamaha Music London presents a store drop-in of musical theatre and soul superstar Marisha Wallace. Best known for her starring role as Effie White in Dreamgirls on the West End. Marisha is an accomplished Broadway and West End performer. She has been apart of Broadway and West End musicals such as Book of Mormon, Aladdin, Something Rotten and Dreamgirls. Born and raised in a small town in North Carolina, Wallace has taken her immense talent around the world. She has performed at the Royal Albert Hall, London Palladium, and with international artists such as Seal, James Blunt, Gregory Porter and many more.

Meet Marisha in person, and see her perform inside central London’s oldest and largest music store as part of Soho.Live Jazz Week 2019.

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This is an in-store pop-up performance, so tickets are not required, follow our instagram account for up-to date information about this event.

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Natalie Oliveri

September 11, 2019 - 9:30 pm

Salon Noir, L’Escargot, Greek St.

Flying over from New York for this years Soho.Live Jazz Week, Natalie Oliveri is no stranger to the London Jazz Scene. Since her induction into the music world Chicago raised Soul Rnb Vocalist/Songwriter and Percussionista has infused her Latin Soul & Jazz sound into the pulse of the music industry. With her angelic voice, creative melodies, and emotion-tinged lyrics, Natalie is on the verge of carving out her place among 21st century female singer/songwriters.

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Jo Harrop & The British Standard Time

September 11, 2019 - 9:30 pm

Japes, Dean St.

Velvet-voiced Jo Harrop and pianist/arranger Alex Webb present an evening of British songwriting at its best.  From the jazz-era masters Ray Noble and Eric Maschwitz to music theatre writers like Antony Newley, Leslie Bricusse and Lionel Bart, from the pop giants Lennon & McCartney to Elvis Costello and Amy Winehouse, Harrop and Webb mine a rich seam of material and present it in a cool, contemporary jazz format.

For this special Soho.Live Jazz Week performance expect classics like These Foolish Things, The Very Thought Of You, As Long As He Needs Me, Who Can I Turn To, Almost Blue and Norwegian Wood as well as forgotten gems by John Dankworth and Victor Feldman – along with some carefully-chosen originals and a couple of surprises.

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Coffee with Ray Gelato

Event Time: To be announced soon

My Place, Berwick St.

Soho regular Ray Gelato, is a British jazz, swing and jump blues saxophonist, singer and bandleader. He is known as one of the major forces in the revival of swing music

AllMusic noted that "Gelato has been hugely successful, finding a niche and retaining his dominance in it through hard work, good musicianship and a flair for showmanship". Jools Holland meanwhile opined that "He plays what he means, and means what he plays”. 

Come and join Ray in the intimate setting of his favourite Cafe where, he has also penned a song of the same name “My Place”. Be part of a live music video at witness Ray at work alongside your afternoon coffee.

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This is an in-store pop-up performance, so tickets are not required, follow our instagram account for up-to date information about this event.

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Live Podcast Panel: The Soho Jazz Scene

Event Time: To be announced soon

In these fast changing times, there's always something new happening in the Music Industry, in the area of marketing artists and podcasts this is even more prevalent.

Come listen to industry experts discuss what's new in recording, marketing and the business of podcasting.


Tickets to this free event will available from this page soon. Follow our instagram account for up-to date information about this event.

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Arran Kent

September 11, 2019 - 8:00 pm

Bills Restaurant, Brewer St.

Arran Kent is one of the UK’s leading wind players, specialising in making jazz & blues sound fresh. This guy really knows how to swing and is praised for his tasty bebop chops and expressive tone on both the clarinet & saxophone - which he plays with equal dexterity.

His live EP from last years Soho.Live Jazz Jam is available on Spotify from and includes both originals and twists on classics from his band the KoKo Collective. 

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This is a performance inside Bills Restaurant, so tickets are not required. However advance reservations for dinning are recommended from

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John Hegley & Friends

September 11, 2019 - 7:00 pm

Spice of Life, Moor St.

John Hegley 'Luton's superstar, lover of dogs and a proud spectacles wearer brings his unique blend of poetry and musical mayhem to the Spice as part of the celebrations of Soho.Live Jazz Week.’ Accompaniment will come from Chris Dowding on trumpet/flugelhorn, Jim Rattigan on the French horn and Jeff Miller tuba + guest slots from Diego Brown, The Good Fairy & Paul Pace. There will be jazz and jazzing up of John’s songs, along with French baroque jazzing and naked English poetry. 

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Late Night Jazz Jam feat. Andrea Rinciari Organ Trio

September 11, 2019 - 10:00 pm

Soho Joes, D'Arblay St.

Andrea Rinciari is an exciting emerging guitar talent in the London Jazz scene. His latest work is influenced by the great, bebop pianist, Bud Powell. Andrea has also a dash of contemporary sound given by one of his biggest influences, Peter Bernstein.

Come down to experience this ultimate “jazz hang” with the house band and the other performers taking part in this years festival late until the early hours. JamBand holders can access the jam complimentary, purchase your JamBand for this and other perks at

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