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Relaxed Late Night Jazz: Bryony Jarman-Pinto @ Royal Albert Hall, London
February 16 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm£5
Bryony Jarman-Pinto performs live in the Elgar Room.
Bryony draws influence from the likes of Hiatus Koyote, Solange, Zara Macfarlane and Lianne La Havas. She finds herself increasingly merging elements of folk music with the jazz and world influences of her youth, for a sound that is truly her own.
Since releasing her debut LP, Bryony has been remixed by dego, Wu-Lu, Footshooter, Wonky Logic and Jesse Fischer. She collaborated with Duke Hugh on a Boomerang Records compilation Global Sounds, alongside the likes of Mark de Clive-Lowe, Yazmin Lacey and Afronaut Zu and has worked with Werkha and Nostalgia 77 on her own projects.
Her music has charmed tastemakers, fans and live audiences across the board as can be seen by the lengthy list of her supporters. In the words of Tony Minvielle (Jazz FM) “she’s the full package”.
At the Royal Albert Hall, relaxed performances are for everyone. The less formal environment may particularly benefit autistic people, those with learning disabilities, those with dementia, or anyone who may prefer coming to our venue with the following measures in place:
– Removal of any sudden loud sound effects.
– Removal of sudden changes to the lighting.
– Additional friendly members of staff to answer your questions.
– Dedicated ‘chill-out’ spaces.
– All hand driers switched off in toilets to reduce noise levels (paper towels provided).
– Pre-visit accessible resources available to download (e.g., visual story).
– British Sign Language interpreter available on request – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 2 weeks before the performance date.
– Relaxed refund policy.
– The Elgar Room is wheelchair accessible.
– A list of the music the band will perform will be available on the website 1 week before the event.
There may be a performance taking place in the main auditorium at the same time as this Relaxed Late Night Jazz performance. This means there may be large numbers of people moving through the corridors and around the building during your visit. There may also be some announcements about the main auditorium performance made over the speaker system in the corridors.
For any further information about what to expect as part of your visit to Relaxed Late Night Jazz please contact us at email@example.com.