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Moon Shifts Oceans

Emily Saunders

This event was originally billed to take place on Friday 6 October 2023.

With support from Lydia Reece

Critically acclaimed vocalist, producer and songwriter, Emily Saunders – dubbed the UK’s ‘queen of jazz fusion’ – takes the stage this International Women’s Day with her spellbinding set of original songs. Saunders has garnered praise from industry insiders and audiences alike. Presenting her most powerful work to date, the much-anticipated new album Moon Shifts Oceans, Emily seamlessly blends virtuosity and adventurous musicianship of the highest order, creating a unique fusion, all accompanied by warm, immersive, animated visuals..

A prolific and supremely talented songwriter, Emily creates her heady mix of future-jazz inspired melodic hooky basslines and riffs, edges of broken beat, and Brazilian-infused grooves. At the core of Emily’s music is her soaring, enchanting voice, which playfully dances over her infectious tunes and bold music-production, all with an irresistibly catchy pop sensibility – effortlessly weaving its way into the listener’s soul.

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. Emily’s music sells worldwide, achieving Top 10 in international streaming charts including the UK, the US, and multiple 4-star reviews including the Evening StandardThe Guardian and The Independent.

★★★★
The Independent, The Guardian, The Arts Desk, Jazzwise

“Absolutely brilliant” — Jamie Cullum, BBC Radio 2

“Musicality, poise and ingenuity. Saunders is the real deal” — The Guardian

“A real powerhouse - she really does do it all! A lady who’s been causing havoc on the live circuit” –Simon Phillips, JazzFM

“She is a fascinating artist on stage and just a wonderful world of hybrid musicianship and I am here for it.” – China Moses, JazzFM


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