Sunday 27 September, 8pm UK, (12pm PDT), Georgia joins LA based vocalist/educator/producer Cathy Segal-Garcia for her now legendary Noontime Hangs, started in response to the Covid-19 Lockdown. An informal but detailed chat, Cathy’s past guests have included: Cheryl Bentyne, Janis Siegel, Claire Martin, Roseanna Vitro,
Georgia will be back performing with her quartet Kate Williams (piano), Oli Hayhurst (bass) and Dave Ohm (drums) at a specially curated Summer Jazz Festival at the Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre in Walton-on-Thames this Sunday 30 August, 3pm. The event will be outside and distanced
Watermill Jazz have been hosting a series of online events while their venue remains closed. Georgia will be sharing her influences and playing favourite tracks alongside Finding Home partner, Kate Williams. They will also discuss how they work together and there will be a Q&A session at the end. Tickets for this Zoom event Tuesday 1 September, 8.30pm are available here.
Georgia is in post production for her 8th album, a duo of more co-written songs with Grammy-winning pianist/composer, Alan Broadbent, a follow up to their universally acclaimed Songbook in 2017. Quiet is the Star is expected to be released end of 2020 / early 2021
Georgia’s most recent album, Finding Home, in collaboration with pianist/composer Kate Williams and her acclaimed Four Plus Three ensemble have won Best Album at this year’s All Party Parliamentary Jazz Awards.
Georgia chatted to esteemed presenter Robert Elms on his BBC London radio show about Hang edition 3 and performed a version of the Bernstein/Sondheim classic ‘Somewhere’ with pianist Robert Mitchell. Listen again at 3 hours 8 mins