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Gigs

Nov 16, 2019

django inspired vocal jazz!

Latchepen with Eva Scholten @ Castle Park Arts Centre, Frodsham

Eva is a hugely talented young jazz singer from Holland and has spent the last 6 years touring with her vocal tribute to Django Reinhardt 'Eva sur Seine'. 

Eva is coming to the UK to collaborate with one of London’s most in demand Django inspired jazz bands, Latchepen - formed of Matt Holborn (violin), Kourosh Kanani (guitar), Jeremie Coullon (guitar) and George Berrills (bass) - expect a thrilling concert of swing, jazz manouche and bebop. 

Nov 15, 2019

django inspired vocal jazz!

Latchepen with Eva Scholten @ Hull Jazz Festival

Eva Scholten, a talented young jazz singer from the Netherlands, has spent the last 6 years touring with her vocal tribute to Django Reinhardt 'Eva sur Seine'. She’s performed at Europe’s greatest Reinhardt stages, including the main stage at Samois sur Seine.

With her phenomenal timing and improvisations in the tradition of Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan, she provides her own counterpoint to the musicians around her. For this show, she collaborates with the UK’s most in-demand Django-inspired musicians - Matt Holborn (violin), Kourosh Kanani (guitar), Jeremie Coullon (guitar) and Simon Read (bass).

Expect an enchanting evening of swing, jazz-manouche and bebop.

Nov 13, 2019

django inspired vocal jazz!

Latchepen with Eva Scholten @ The Garlic Farm, Isle of Wight

Eva Scholten, a talented young jazz singer from the Netherlands, has spent the last 6 years touring with her vocal tribute to Django Reinhardt 'Eva sur Seine'. She’s performed at Europe’s greatest Reinhardt stages, including the main stage at Samois sur Seine.

With her phenomenal timing and improvisations in the tradition of Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan, she provides her own counterpoint to the musicians around her. For this show, she collaborates with the UK’s most in-demand Django-inspired musicians - Matt Holborn (violin), Kourosh Kanani (guitar), Jeremie Coullon (guitar) and Simon Read (bass).

Expect an enchanting evening of swing, jazz-manouche and bebop.

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