“But in the end there is also her delicate artistry, the simple (or rather, definitely not so simple) act of conveying and bringing emotion to words and notes. And as the evening went on, one could feel the audience becoming increasingly wrapped up in the power of the words, the stories, the emotion.” London Jazz
“Mancio at the height of her appreciable powers, with tempos perfectly chosen, phrasing that served to heighten the song’s narrative, and an ever deepening expressive range. Jazzwise
Photo by Tatiana Gorilovsky
To promote Georgia’s upcoming Hang, she was interviewed and played live on both BBC London’s Robert Elms Show and BBC Radio 3’s InTune. She was also interviewed on London Live TV. You can listen again to the radio sessions below.
2018 marks my 18th anniversary as a professional musician. After an epic year in which I played my first US dates with my song-writing partner Alan Broadbent, recorded my 7th album with pianist/composer Kate Williams and our octet project Finding Home, was nominated Best Vocalist in both the Parliamentary and British Jazz Awards and even got married, I’m celebrating with the second edition of my mini festival Hang.
I have created 4 bespoke shows: collaborating with the cream of the UK’s jazz, latin and improvised scenes to showcase new music and concepts in one of Europe’s most iconic venues. Here are 18 reasons why you should join us:read more…
“Georgia Mancio’s way of not just singing beautifully but to convey emotion in different guises was proved again and again”
Georgia’s new octet project with pianist/composer Kate Williams and the Guastalla String Quartet received a rave review for their recent gig at London’s 606 Club. Read here and watch out for new album news in Spring 2019.
Finding Home by Dave Ohm
LondonJazz interviewed Georgia ahead of her second Hang at the Pizza Express Jazz Club 10-12 October.
Read more here
Georgia has once again been nominated in the Best Vocalist category in the 2018 Parliamentary AND British Jazz Awards alongside luminaries Ian Shaw, Liane Carroll, Zara McFarlane, Tina May, Claire Martin and Clare Teal.
The British Jazz Awards are public awards so you can vote for Georgia in the Best Vocalist and also add her in the Best New Album category for ‘Songbook’ with Alan Broadbent (there’s space in the category ‘Other’) here
Voting closes 30 September.