Join jazz pianist Kate Williams, The Guastalla Quartet and award-winning singer Georgia Mancio for a special evening concert
In this concert enjoy songs – old and new – for jazz trio, string quartet and voice, exploring the theme of home.
19:00 (doors open 18:30) | Tickets £14, £12 concessions & Foundling Friends
As part of a tour assisted by Arts Council England, join us for an evening concert by Kate Williams’ Four Plus Three (a collaboration between acclaimed pianist/composer Kate Williams and The Guastalla Quartet), with award-winning singer Georgia Mancio. Enjoy a performance of songs, old and newly co-written, for jazz trio, string quartet and voice, linked by the concept of home. The new album from Kate Williams’ Four Plus Three, Finding Home, will be available to purchase on the night. There will be a cash only bar on the night.
Kate Williams has gained a reputation as both a writer and performer, having collaborated with jazz legend Bobby Wellins, Chris Biscoe and Julian Siegel. She has also performed for Interplay Series: Bill Evans and the Impressionists, a jazz concert co-created with conductor William Goodchild.
The Guastalla Quartet is a chamber music group dedicated to the exploration of the string quartet repertoire, from its roots to as-of-yet unwritten works. Formed in 2013, the Quartet brings together Swiss, German and English musicians from three of the finest conservatoires in Europe. Boasting an impressive wealth of experience, between them they have performed at world-famous venues including the Royal Albert Hall, Wigmore Hall and the National Concert Hall of Taiwan.
Award-winning jazz vocalist and lyricist Georgia Mancio’s credits include working with Bobby McFerrin, Ian Shaw, Liane Carroll, Pat Metheny, as well as her own festivals ReVoice! and Hang.
In partnership with Safe Passage.
A sumptuous jazz piano trio plus string quartet set from the consistently thoughtful and inventive Kate Williams
Williams has a quality rare among jazz composers: a musical vocabulary that’s all her own
[Mancio] has everything covered – technical mastery, expressive range and a remarkable versatility