Tickets for a spectacular, unique double header concert that will close this years EFG London Jazz Festival – Swinging Sunday at St John’s Smith Square – have just gone on general sale and demand is expected to be high.

Clare Teal

EFG LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL: SWINGING SUNDAY Clare Teal with her Mini Big Band

St John’s Smith Square, Westminster, London, SW1P 3HA

Tel: 020 7222 1061

Sun 19th November – 2.30pm £30, £25, £20, £15

https://sjss.org.uk/events/london-jazz-festival-swinging-sunday

http://efglondonjazzfestival.org.uk/events/swinging-sunday-afternoon-clare-teal-and-her-mini-big-band

She performs an intimate selection of swinging, emotive and characterful songs, accompanied by a star-studded ensemble of the UK’s jazz greats.

Clare Teal is one of the UK’s most celebrated and much loved jazz singers, as well as a prolific recording artist, concert hall performer and popular BBC Radio 2 broadcaster.

Making her debut at St. John’s Smith Square, she performs an intimate selection of swinging, emotive and characterful songs accompanied by a star studded ensemble of the UK’s jazz greats.

Sit back and relax with favourite songs from the likes of Cole Porter, George and Ira Gershwin, Jerome Kern, Johnny Mercer and Irving Berlin including: I Get A Kick Out of You, Manhattan, Let’s Do It Let’s Fall In Love, I Only Have Eyes For You, I Won’t Dance, The Very Thought of You, It’s Only A Paper Moon and Mack The Knife.

Clare has recorded and released 15 albums to public and critical acclaim, with her stunning voice, encyclopaedic knowledge of jazz, swing and big band music.

With her innate warmth and wit, this opportunity to hear Clare Teal at St. John’s Smith Square

is an unmissable diary must.

“A sensation in the world of jazz” – Mail on Sunday

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St John’s Smith Square

The magnificent church of St John the Evangelist was designed by architect Thomas Archer as part of the ‘Commission for Building Fifty New Churches’ of 1710. St John’s was the most elaborate of all, with construction lasting 14 years, from 1714 to 1728.

As Sir Hugh Casson has said of St John’s “…just to come across it in that quiet square is an event. To enter it, to enjoy its spaces, to listen to fine music within its walls is an experience not to be matched in conventional concert halls and is a lasting tribute to the man who designed it.”

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