London based singer-songwriter Shapla Salique and her Jazz band return to Wilton’s, this time performing tracks from her eagerly anticipated new album, No Boundaries.
Shapla mixes traditional Bengali music with jazz and funk influences to create what she describes as the perfect blend of east and west.
She continues to push boundaries with her musical talent and unique sound and is famed for her powerful, emotionally-charged performances, which have captivated and inspired audiences throughout the world, from London's Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Vortex to Toronto and Ancona.
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