Soul Women Unite


Featuring: Carleen Anderson, YolanDa Brown, Terri Walker, Ayanna Witter-Johnson, Judi Jackson

A celebration of leading women of soul and jazz in a special collaborative concert. Between them, they have won over 30 awards, played in excess of 4,000 gigs around the world and their music has been watched and streamed over 50 million times. They have come together bringing their eclectic and unique sounds for what will be an amazing night of live music and unity accompanied by a full live band.

The London Saxophone Festival is a celebration of the saxophone through concerts, film, workshops and more. Bringing together lovers of the saxophone, music fans and students alike.

NB. Please note start time.

Sax Village & Family Day
A free foyer event from 11.00am – 6.00pm

A FREE ‘Sax Village and Family Day’, will be open to the public in the main foyer.

Newcomers will be able to assemble and play the saxophone for the first time and be shown techniques, while experienced players will be able to converse and consult with leading musicians and industry figures.

The day will feature concerts for babies and children, as well as saxophones to hire or to purchase at special Sax Fest rates.

Duration: (7pm concert) 2½ hours (incl. interval)

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