9.07.2022 Events, Music


at Jazz Cafe POSK


Marta Carillon is a London based soul/jazz/pop singer, composer, and educator. She graduated with honours from the prestigious Fryderyk Chopin University in Warsaw and trained at the Royal Academy of Music in London, also attended New York Vocal Coaching and Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA.

She was a soloist at National Theatre in London, National Opera in Warsaw and performed at London’s Jazz Cafe POSK, Pizza Express the Pheasantry and Charlie Wright’s Jazz Club among other venues. She appeared in various musical theatre productions in Berlin, Lisbon, and the Rampa Theatre and Sala Kongresowa in Warsaw.

Marta’s teaching career has involved collaborations with Central School of Speech and Drama, Arts Ed, and Sylvie Young Theatre in London. She is currently the director of Music Steps London and delivers private tuition.

She released two full-length albums, „Flying in Silence” and „Soulmates”.

Marta’s passion is singing jazz and Bossa Nova, being especially influenced by the music of Jobim, Gilberto & Moraes, Diana Krall, Errol Garner, Frank Sinatra and Norah Jones.

For this event, Marta has got together with a stellar line up of London’s leading jazz musicians to celebrate beautiful jazz and bossa nova standards. She will be singing much loved and signature favourites such as Girl from Ipanema, Misty and Summertime amongst others.

Join us for what promises to be a fun, friendly, and intimate time during which Marta transposes us into a summer evening under the stars. Marta Carillon Quintet is an excellence of all musicians individually, joined together into a guaranteed musical and mystical feast.

Line up:

Marta Carillon – vocal

Marek Tomaszewski – saxophone

Tomasz Zyrmont – keys

Kuba Cywiński – bass

Gaetano di Giacomo – drums

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