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…melt away those winter blues


Wednesday 22nd March   SOLD OUT


Romy Summers



Lisa Feldman



Jenny Carr


Romy Summers is a singer pianist who previously ran the popular monthly open mic nights Viva Vocals at Brasserie Toulouse Lautrec. 

Classically trained on the piano, Romy turned her hand to jazz later on and continued this throughout her Music English degree under the wonderful tutelage of Mike Gorman. This is where she fell into singing and accompanying herself and working with several bands. Musical influences started from a young age, always listening to her mother singing – in turn a former jazz singer and the best singing coach to have! Around the house the sounds of Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra, The Beach Boys and more were always being played.

Jazz Singer & Arranger Lisa Feldman honed her craft in the US, and brings fresh interpretations of jazz standards to the UK. Her voice has been featured in leading jazz venues throughout California, and most recently in Paris. She earned Outstanding Musicianship Award in Vocal Jazz Performance at the Reno Jazz Festival, and completed her jazz studies degree in San Francisco.Lisa’s work has also incorporated teaching voice, piano and musicianship, as well as jazz voice and instrumental curriculum development as a founding program manager of the California Jazz Conservatory.

Next Dinner Jazz event ;
26 April artists to be announced 


Jazz Wednesdays ;

2 Course Set Dinner : £21.00

3 Course Set Dinner : £27.00

(plus £5 for the artists) 

Dinner at 7.00pm or 8.00pm

Jazz starts at 8.00pm


For bookings please call the bookshop or restaurant

Bookshop : 020 8731 7575

Restaurant : 020 8455 6890

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Monday 3 April  2017, 8pm

Rabbi Dr Norman & Dr Alexander Knapp

will discuss their recently published book “Ernest Bloch Studies”

Ernest Bloch (1880-1959)

The Man and His Music


One of the great 20th Century composers, Ernest Bloch was influenced by a range of genres and styles – Jewish, Swiss (the country of his birth) and American (his twice-adopted homeland). His works reflect his struggle with identity, played out in context of nationalism and universalism.

Non Members £5