Sunday, 28 August 2022 – Joëlle

£7.50

Joëlle studied Jazz Voice, Jazz Piano and song writing at the Conservatory of Amsterdam and The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York City. Joëlle has a rich background in jazz standards and now composes a lot of her own material.

Moreover, Joëlle Charan strives to contribute to the changing of prejudice by fusing east and west in her musical style. Following the example set by her parents, who blended eastern and western ideals in their home, she hopes her music will help to heal wounds from the past.

Save the date: Sunday, 28th August 2022, 6-8pm. Doors open at 5pm. Please arrive by 5.30pm.

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Sunday 28th August 2022, 6-8pm. Please arrive by 5.30pm!

Joëlle studied Jazz Voice, Jazz Piano and song writing at the Conservatory of Amsterdam and The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York City. Joëlle has a rich background in jazz standards and now composes a lot of her own material.

Moreover, Joëlle Charan strives to contribute to the changing of prejudice by fusing east and west in her musical style. Following the example set by her parents, who blended eastern and western ideals in their home, she hopes her music will help to heal wounds from the past.

Joelle writes songs with a strong narrative. She captures her listener with descriptive lyrics that tell stories inspired by her Indian grandparents, her family’s hardships, and her adventures in New York. Drawing musical inspiration from the likes of Laura Mvula, Daniel Lanois and Lizz Wright, Joëlle’s dreamy pop songs are infused with classical Indian elements for a sound which is both immersive and full of surprises.