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Georgia Mancio Quartet. POSTPONED

February 11, 2024

“[Mancio] has everything covered – technical mastery, expressive range, and remarkable versatility.” – The Observer

“It is impossible not to fall in love with her voice . . . a magnificent example of strength and talent.” – Jazz In Europe

“. . . a warm, rich, playful sound with intimate, hip phrasing and spot-on intonation . . . Mancio brings grace and wisdom to each song. Her lyric writing is sophisticated and sensitive beyond her years.” – Jazz Wax

A multi-award-winning jazz vocalist, lyricist, and producer, Georgia is a supreme storyteller, creating works of authenticity, adventure, beauty, and bite. Whether interpreting her own luminous originals or standards, her evoking performances connect deeply with her audiences and linger long in the mind.

Her copious industry acknowledgements include consecutive wins at the Parliamentary Jazz Awards for Best Album, Finding Home (2020), and Best Vocalist (2021).

Her revered partnership with Grammy-winning pianist and composer Alan Broadbent has yielded two albums (Quiet Is The Star and Songbook), a book (The Songs of Alan Broadbent and Georgia Mancio), and engagements across Europe and the US, including Ronnie Scott’s and Jazz at Lincoln Center.

Expect a classy mix of original compositions, standards, and Latin numbers from Georgia and her stellar group.

KATE WILLIAMS: Award-winning pianist and composer Kate has released several CDs, including Smoke and Mirrors with Bobby Wellins and Atlas and Vulcana with her Septet. In 2016, she formed the trio and string quartet ensemble Four Plus Three, winning Best Album at the 2020 Parliamentary Jazz Awards for Finding Home with Georgia and guest John Williams (her father) on guitar.

ANDREW CLEYNDERT: Internationally acclaimed bassist Andrew has worked in the bands of numerous British and international jazz stars, including Stan Tracey, Ronnie Scott, Annie Ross, Bobby Wellins, Gene Harris, Junior Mance, and Benny Green. He is also a highly sought-after producer and has run his own label, Trio Records, for over 15 years, releasing some 36 albums.

DAVE OHM: A leading player on the UK and international scene for 35 years, Dave’s credits include Ian Shaw, Alan Broadbent, Liane Carroll, Benny Golson, Gregory Porter, Claire Martin, Karin Krog, Rebecca Parris, and Anthony Strong. He has also fronted his own bands and co-produced Georgia’s albums Trapeze (2008) and Silhouette (2010).

Georgia Mancio (Vocals) Kate Williams (Keyboard) Andrew Cleyndert (Double Bass) Dave Ohm (Drums)


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Sun, February 11
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm


William Loveless Hall
85-87 High St
Colchester, CO7 9AB GB
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