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Camilla George Quartet | Live Jazz Music & Great Food | PizzaExpress Live
Camilla George, MOBO-nominated saxophonist and major of acclaimed group ‘Jazz Jamaica’ showcases material from her critically acclaimed commencement album, ‘Isang’ as fortunate as a concealed limit into her coming album, ‘The People could Fly’ which will be officially released in season 2018. Camilla is a critically acclaimed instrumentalist who has been dubbed “The gilt Girl of Jazz” by The Evening Standard. She has hand-picked an electrifying band, showcasing some of London’s good young players, including Sarah Tandy (Gilad Atzmon, ballroom music Jamaica), musician justice Casimir (winner of 2016 Musicians organisation Award, mark wayne clark Tracey, Jean Toussaint) and on drums Femi Koleoso (Ezra Collective, Jorja Smith).
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