“All credit to sublime singer and curator, Georgia Mancio, for putting together this vibrant and exciting … celebration of all things vocal” – Time Out
“ReVoice! Festival sets the heart soaring and the pulse racing” – Jazzwise
“packed with high-class artists and steered by an original vision” – The Guardian
ReVoice! is the international voice festival created by Georgia Mancio in 2010 and produced in association with The Pizza Express Jazz Club in London.
In just 5 years ReVoice! has grown from a 5 day event to last year’s 12 day, 4 venue extravaganza both in and out of London. Now an established, exciting fixture in the annual music calendar, ReVoice! sees Georgia programming, presenting and performing in a different format every night. This unique combination of artist and curator is what sets ReVoice! apart.
Georgia has earned her reputation as an adventurous and informed curator by programming artists as diverse as: Carmen Lundy, Gregory Porter (his first UK booking), Raul Midon, Karin Krog, Jhelisa Anderson, Tuck & Patti, Beady Belle, David Linx, Becca Stevens Band, Carleen Anderson, Diana Torto/Kenny Wheeler/John Taylor, Kevin Mahogany, Maria Pia de Vito, Rebecca Parris, Sandra Nkake, Vinx, Carmen Souza, Tina May / Enrico Pieranunzi, Sofia Rei, Mycale (John Zorn’s a capella group), Norma Winstone and many more.
Each night Georgia opens with a duo set with a different and often brand new collaborator. These have included: Jason Rebello, Liane Carroll, Ian Shaw, Gareth Lockrane, Jim Hart, Michael Janisch, Kate Williams, Barry Green/Bobby Wellins, Nikki Iles, Andrew Cleyndert, Dave Chamberlain, Ross Stanley, James Pearson, Dave Newton, Nigel Price, Maurizio Minardi, Grant Windsor, Jim Mullen, Robert Mitchell, John Parricelli, Gareth Lockrane/Geoff Gascoyne, Laurence Cottle and Pete Churchill.
To date Georgia has programmed over 160 musicians and created a platform for many artists previously underrated or unseen in the UK. She is part of a movement of musicians (including Michael Janisch’s Whirlwind, Trish Clowes’ Emulsion, Clark Tracey’s Herts Jazz Festival, Brandon Allen’s Highgate Jazz With Soul, Dave Stapleton’s Edition Records) giving back to their music community and stepping beyond the imposed boundaries of promoter and player.