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NOEMI NUTI (voice) and ANDREW McCORMACK (piano)

4 March 2021 @ 8:15 pm - 9:45 pm


Having first played at SoundCellar with her band in 2015, we are delighted to be able to welcome the wonderful vocalist NOEMI NUTI back to perform for our In Our Own Space: Music & Conversation series, in a duo with acclaimed pianist ANDREW McCORMACK.

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Born and raised in New York from Italian descent, Noemi Nuti is a jazz vocalist and composer residing in London. She studied classical harp at Brunel University and jazz improvisation at Trinity College of Music, graduating with an MA in Jazz Performance in 2012.

Noemi has been active since 2008 starting with joining the Tomorrow’s Warriors ‘Jazz Alive’ project, has performed with NYJO, the London Vocal Project and was lead singer for samba band Rhythms of the City. In 2015, she released her debut album ‘Nice to Meet You’ and received wide critical acclaim and extensive airplay, including being A listed on Jazz FM.

In 2017, she paid tribute to Milton Nascimento’s music at Pizza Express Jazz Club creating an all-Brazilian rhythm section and joining forces with pianist sensation Liam Noble and saxophonist Jean Toussaint (Art Blakey). After touring her debut album, supporting Marcos Valle and headlining Ipswich Jazz Festival, she joined Andrew McCormack’s Graviton in 2018-2019, touring in the UK and internationally.

She has recently released her second album ‘Venus Eye’ in March 2020 to wide critical acclaim and has been selected for Serious’ Take Five artist development scheme.

“…a lot of joy, and a range of many emotions, shining through this very accomplished new release.” (Jazz Journal)

“…it’s good to hear an original voice that has something to say” (Bebop Spoken Here)

Noemi has performed in many important venues including, Ronnie Scott’s, Islington Assembly Hall, 606 Jazz Club (and SoundCellar of course) in the UK and further afield in the U.S.A., Europe and Brazil. She is regular performer at the London Jazz Festival.

Andrew McCormack is an acclaimed musician in his own right. In addition to receiving high praise for his first two albums ‘Telescope’ and ‘First Light’ and for his band Graviton (including Noemi), Andrew’s latest release in 2020 ‘Solo’ has been widely praised across the board:

“(..piano)…which McCormack uses to perform a wide-ranging repertoire of engaging and beautifully-played music” (All About Jazz)

“This really is a very fine achievement. I’m now very impatient to hear McCormack in concert again; meanwhile, Solo is a disc to treasure” (Jazz Journal)

“Andrew McCormack: ‘Solo’ review – prepare to be seduced” (The Guardian)

We are sure you won’t want to miss this special duo performance for In Our Own Space: Music and Conversation with NOEMI NUTI and ANDREW McCORMACK

All tickets purchased will also allow exclusive access to a video recording of the performance for one month afterwards. This will provide those who join us on the night with the opportunity to relive the whole event and also give those who cannot make it on the night, the chance to watch it all later. A link to the video will be emailed to you normally 2-3 days after the performance.

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4 March 2021
8:15 pm - 9:45 pm
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SoundCellar presents: In Our Own Space – Music and Conversation direct to your ‘own space’ via Zoom


15% pre-show food discount at The Grasshopper. Our regular host The Grasshopper, is kindly offering a 15% discount on food from their restaurant prior to every SoundCellar gig! Just show your ticket for that evening’s performance (the ticket QR code on your phone, or a printout). A table must be booked here or tel: 01202 741463 and food orders placed at least 60 minutes prior to the start time of the gig (eg by 7pm for a 8pm start).

(2) For young people: (i) U18s – FREE entry when accompanied by an adult; (ii) Age 18 to 25 – entry £10 (with NUS / TOTEM card). Simply select the relevant ticket option when booking. The offers are available for over 90% of our gigs, but subject to seat availability, so for some gigs, it’s best to book early to avoid disappointment.

Parking is free at The Grasshopper but you must register your vehicle at the bar.