This event was originally billed to take place on Friday 6 October 2023.
Acclaimed vocalist and songwriter Emily Saunders leads an exceptional band through her spellbinding set of original songs. Presenting her powerful new album Moon Shifts Oceans, Emily balances virtuosity and adventurous musicianship in a heady mix of jazz-inspired, broken-beat and Brazilian-infused grooves.
What sets Saunders apart is that her musical skill in front of the mic, is matched with talent behind it: as composer, producer and musical director. A powerhouse of change in the music industry – having led anti-harassment campaigns and founded initiatives to support independent artists – she’ll take to the stage this International Women’s Day and showcase just why she’s an inspiration to so many.
The Independent, The Guardian, The Arts Desk, Jazzwise
★★★★ “Next big thing” — Evening Standard
“Absolutely brilliant” — Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2
“One for the jazz dance clubs” — Gilles Peterson, BBC 6 Music
“Musicality, poise and ingenuity. Saunders is the real deal” — The Guardian
“The outrageously good Emily Saunders. An extraordinary talent” — Jazz FM
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Sat 30 December 2023 Various Times Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Relive the magic of Harry Potter’s wizarding world as the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra perform John Williams’ iconic score alongside a screening of the film.