4**** reviews for Finding Home

Jazzwise magazine has awarded 4 stars to Georgia’s new album Finding Home, praising her “poised…pitch-perfect..[and] perfectly formed” vocals.

They also reviewed a live performance at the Watermill Jazz Club last week: “[Mancio’s] singing has now reached an almost sublime level, clarity and poise personified, phrasing with the ensemble or soaring over, intimate yet dynamic, her liaison with Williams’ musical line just or jubilant as the song requires…the entire event was a delight”  

Photo by Tatiana Gorilovsky

First Reviews for ‘Finding Home’

“A cracking album – I’ve come to expect nothing less from Georgia…. that  I found to be delightful in a thought-provoking way.”

Bebop Spoken Here

“There is an essence of maturity in this album and Georgia Mancio, though still young in jazz, has all the hallmarks and delivery of a far more seasoned performer. She tells the narrative like it is, and her voice has tonal quality which is pleasing and engaging. Music is an art, the musician the craftsmen and women, and on Finding Home there is a sense of being at a masterclass. Great music.”

Something Else Reviews

New Podcast!

Georgia spoke to the force that is Rob Cope of The Jazz Podcast about her latest album, Finding Home, and previous work Songbook, ReVoice!, Hang and much more. Listen here!


Finding Home new album & tour

In June Georgia will be releasing her 7th album, Finding Home, co-produced with pianist and composer  Kate Williams.

Over 2 years in the making, Finding Home, is a collection of songs, old and newly co-written, arranged for trio, string quartet and voice. From the tragedy of the refugee crisis to romantic spoken word groove, reworked classics from Chile, Brazil and the Great American Songbook and a focus on the natural world, loss and hope: Finding Home prompts many questions and delivers multiple answers.

The Finding Home Arts Council England assisted tour starts 21 March.

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Hang 2018 Reviews

“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