Zoe Rahman News
Zoe has just become a patron of The Jazz Centre UK Read article in Jazzwise Magazine
Zoe was commissioned to compose a jazz score for a new show by Told by an Idiot Theatre Company called “The Strange Tale of Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel”, which is on tour throughout the UK in 2020, includung in her home town Chichester (21st-25th Jan) and at Wilton’s Music Hall in London (14th-18th Jan) as part of the London Mime Festival. It will also be on tour in Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Newcastle, Scarborough, Northampton, Exeter and will be showing in Luxembourg on 9th/10th Jan 2020.
Zoe has been nominated for “Instrumentalist of the Year” at the 2016 JazzFM Awards. More info here: jazzfm.com
Zoe will soon be releasing a new album, “Dreamland”. She’ll be marking its release with a gig at The Forge in Camden on 7th June 2016: www.forgevenue.org
Zoe will be on tour with Courtney Pine throughout 2016, performing music from their duo album “SONG (The Ballad Book)” – for full listings please see www.courtneypine.co.uk FEBRUARY 16 20 – Eastbourne Birley Centre 27– Liverpool Capstone Theatre APRIL 3 – Dartford Orchard Theatre 7 – London Kings Place 8 – Wiltshire Music Centre 16 – Gateshead Sage 17 – Beacon Arts, Greenock 21 – Falkirk Town Hall 23 – POWYS Theatr Hafren 30 – Cheltenham Jazz Festival MAY 1 – Clitheroe Ribble Valley Jazz Festival 3 – Surrey Farnham Maltings 4 – Leeds Howard Assembly Rooms 23 – Bury St Edmunds, The Apex 25 – Newcastle Under Lyme New Vic Theatre JUNE 1 – Salisbury Festival 9 – Queens Theatre, Barnstaple 11 – St Donats Arts Centre
Zoe won the piano category in the 2015 British Jazz Awards!
Zoe has just recorded a duo album with Courtney Pine, due for release in early 2015 – she’ll be touring throughout 2015 with Courtney, see courtneypine.co.uk for tour dates.
Zoe won a MOBO Award (Best Jazz Act) last night at Liverpool’s Echo Arena. Watch the awards on BBC iPlayer (48mins in if you want to fastforward!) http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p00y0578/The_MOBO_Awards_2012_Live/
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