Now called Champagne Live, the annual tasting will be housed in two neighbouring rooms at Kensington Olympia on May
EFG London Jazz Festival will take place between the 10th to 19th November.
2,000+ artists. 300+ gigs. 50+ venues. 25 years. 1 city
This 10-day celebration of jazz delivers a mix of world-class artists and emerging stars and takes the music to a massive and ever-growing audience
Champagne Thiénot partnered with Serious and the EFG London Jazz Festival year in the middle of 2015. Producer of live jazz, international & contemporary music, Serious aims to inspire and innovate with everything it does. Artists and creative process are at the heart of every project: audiences, sponsors and partners find that their aspirations are matched and often exceeded. With its passion for the arts amongst values of family, modernity and high-quality, Thiénot was the perfect partner for Serious. Acknowledging its youth and modern approach, focusing on originality amongst their older counterparts. They share the same values: favouring quality over quantity, creativity over traditionalism.
We will be sponsoring Jazz Voice and Private Receptions with Champagne Thiénot throughout the Festival. By invitation only from Champagnes and Châteaux – Contact here: mailto:email@example.com
Please enquire here for tickets to the Festival here: http://efglondonjazzfestival.org.uk/
Jazz Voice (EFG Excellence Series) – Friday 10 Nov, 6.15pm, Royal Festival Hall
Opening night gala, VIP reception drinks including Thiénot.
Guy Barker’s 42-piece orchestra will provide the setting for a star-studded clutch of vocalists, including Seal, Liane Carroll, Mica Paris, Miles Mosley, Tony Momrelle, Vanessa Haynes, Angélique Kidjo and Mads Mathias in a spectacular celebration of the singer and the song, playing Guy’s arrangements that continue to thrill and surprise.
Courtney Pine and Omar – Monday 13 Nov, 6.30pm, London Bridge Theatre
Following their sold-out Barbican show in March, the return of this new project which sees two of the UK’s finest jazz and soul talents – Courtney Pine and Omar – composing, recording and performing new original material together for the first time. There will be a Champagne Thiénot reception before the concert
Dee Dee Bridgewater – Thursday 16 Nov, 6.30pm, Cadogan Hall
A fantastic live performer, Dee Dee Bridgewater is one of today’s leading female jazz vocal stars. Putting her own unique spin on standards as well as taking intrepid leaps of faith in re-envisioning jazz classics, Dee Dee Bridgewater has had a multifaceted career that has spanned over four decades. There will be a Champagne Thiénot reception before the concert
More details here: http://efglondonjazzfestival.org.uk/events/dee-dee-bridgewater-1
Harlem Gospel Choir – Friday 17 Nov, 7.30pm Royal Festival Hall
Performing contemporary gospel with a touch of jazz and blues, the world famous Harlem Gospel Choir is synonymous with power vocals, glorious sound and infectious energy. Acknowledged as America’s premiere gospel choir, they have toured the globe thrilling audiences with the inspirational power of black gospel music.Gipsy Kings with Chico – Saturday 18 November, 7.30pm Royal Festival Hall
More details here: http://efglondonjazzfestival.org.uk/events/harlem-gospel-choir
Gipsy Kings with Chico -Saturday 18 Nov, 7.30pm Royal Festival Hall
Thirty years after shaking the world with their massive hits Bamboleo, Djobi Djoba, Volare and more Gipsy Kings & Chico are back all on stage together with their full band of musicians.
More details here: http://efglondonjazzfestival.org.uk/events/gipsy-kings-and-chico