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Music Northumberland Jazz Festival

Bryony Jarman-Pinto

  • Sunday 26 May, 3pm
  • Tickets From £12
  • Hexham Library
Natasaleoni Bryony 9023

See below for Sunday Day and Weekend Pass information. Discount applied in basket when adding tickets for all events.

Bryony Jarman-Pinto
- Vocals and Flute
Tom Leah - Guitar
Jen Walinetski - Drums and Percussion

London-born, Lancaster-based singer, songwriter, and musician Bryony Jarman-Pinto seamlessly blends enchanting vocals and spellbinding jazz-infused melodies with intricately crafted and personal lyrics, with her talent for storytelling.

Bryony’s harmonious vocals, layered with jazz, soul and elements of folk, create a melodic sound that has charmed major tastemakers, including Tony Minvielle (Jazz FM), Gilles Peterson (BBC 6Music), Lauren Laverne (BBC 6Music), Jamz Supernova (BBC 6 Music), Laurent Garnier (Worldwide FM), Robert Elms (BBC Radio London), John Kennedy (Radio X) and Jeremy Sole (KCRW); receiving praise from publications including EARMILK, Dummy, Clash, The Telegraph, Bandcamp Weekly, and PopMatters.

Bryony's sublime debut album Cage & Aviary, created with long-time friend, collaborator and Tru Thoughts label-mate Tom Leah AKA Werkha, was released in August of 2019. Since releasing her 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.

Her performances span prestigious venues and festivals, including We Out Here, Love Supreme, Ronnie Scott’s, and supporting Roy Ayers at the Union Chapel. Selected for a BBC Introducing showcase, she also graced the stage at Tobacco Docks.

Sunday Day Pass!
Get a Sunday Day Pass for Northumberland Jazz Festival and get entry to Bryony Jarman-Pinto's performance and Clark Tracey Quintet (6pm) for £25. Discount applied in basket when adding tickets for both events.

Weekend Pass!
Get a Weekend Pass for Northumberland Jazz Festival and get entry to Saturday's Paul Edis Trio with special guests Alan Barnes and Bruce Adams performance and Bryony Jarman-Pinto and Clark Tracey Quintet on Sunday for £46. Discount applied in basket when adding tickets for all events.

 

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