Giving voice to the magical music of the greatest writer and composer of the theatre in the 20th century, Stephen Sondheim, it’s a most welcome return to Piano Smithfield of the delightful voice and sensitive interpreter, the vocalist & pianist Joanna Eden, with her trio
Acclaimed singer/pianist Joanna Eden, already established as a leading interpreter of the music of Joni Mitchell and Ella Fitzgerald and performing with Jazz At The Movies, owns up to her passion for musical theatre and treads expertly, the line between jazz cool and heart-filled storytelling.
Joanna Eden brings to this concert her love of the music of ‘The Godfather of Modern Musical Theatre’ Stephen Sondheim, covering work from West Side Story to Into the Woods, via ‘Send In The Clowns’ from a Little Night Music and explores the jazzy side of Sondheim without losing the theatrical truth.
Launched last year at the EFG London Jazz Festival, to much acclaim, this show at Piano Smithfield, is a must for those who have a passion for jazz and musical theatre.
Joanna is joined by the world class trio, no strangers to Piano Smithfield supporters, of George Double - drums, (here with Jazz At The Movies), Andrés Lafone, (here with Joanna for her music of Joni Mitchell show)) on bass and multi-instrumentalist Gerry Hunt.
Here’s a beautiful example of what this concert has in store for our Piano Smithfield audience with Joanna singing “Send In The Clowns”
"Seek her out" — Sir Michael Parkinson - BBC Radio 2
"Bloody Marvelous" — Dame Cleo Laine
"The UK's answer to Diana Krall & Norah Jones" — Time Out
Piano Smithfield is the newest cabaret venue in London and already has a fantastic reputation.
The Press say
"Piano Smithfield is a 5-stars venue I would urge you to visit if you like your jazz in intimate surroundings. It’s cool. Damned cool” – Jeff Prestridge — Daily Mail
“Wall-to- wall style, sophistication and a stunningly good time..it’s something to be experienced”
- Callum Crumlish — Daily Express
Audiences are in for musical treats in this much appreciated venue
“A small but perfectly formed little jazz venue”
“A lovely warm atmosphere”
“An enjoyable intimate venue”
“A real jazz club feel”
“A wonderful relaxing intimate venue”
Tickets £18.50 plus £1.50 booking fee