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19 November 2022

Doors 19:00 | stage 19:45 (this is an unreserved seated event)


Curated by Martha D Lewis for Jazz Plus Sessions in association with Theatro Technis @ 26 Crowndale

Two diverse, dynamic and engaging powerhouse performers on a double-bill of strength and vulnerability.


Berlin born, London-based from Somalian/ German heritage, emerging songwriter-arranger-vocalist SAHRA is endorsed by BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra, WOMAD. Expect rich tantalising vocals, awe-inspiring lyricism and work of vulnerability and individuality through stories.

“Tantalising vocals and poetic magic.”

- Line Of Best Fit

Winner of the Musicians' Company Young Jazz Musician Award 2019, Sahra was pipped by Jazzwise as 'one to watch in 2020'.

SAHRA has performed at London Jazz Festival, Dimensions, WOMAD, We Out Here as well as receiving cosigns from the likes of; BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra, Worldwide and Rinse FM. Her recent single ‘Sorry’ gained support from; COLORS, BBC Introducing, BBC 1’s Victoria Jane, Worldwide FM, The Line Of Best Fit, and Wonderland to name a few.

“Immaculate vibes, soul-soaked vocals and awe-inspiring lyricism.”

- Wonderland

SAHRA's music explores mental health; self-written and produced as she continues to develop her sound and production skills. Working with some of London’s finest musicians, recorded live at soup studios, SAHRA intends on fusing her life sounds with electronic music production. Exuberating mysticism, she is able to express her individuality through stories, commanding attention with her rich and faultless voice.

Visit SAHRA's website here.


Miss Baby Sol is a Congolese-born British singer/songwriter. An exceptionally dynamic performer with vocal work which spans the music genres of dance, electronic, folk, hop hop, house, indie, rock, jazz, rap and soul. Miss Baby Sol has performed worldwide and has worked with many artists including Paloma Faith, Laura Mvula, Florence and the Machine and the Noisettes. Artist in Residence at WOW Festival this year 2022 Miss Baby Sol lives by her motto “everyday’s an opportunity to rise”.

In 2020, Miss Baby Sol appeared on The Voice UK as part of their 9th series, She went on to perform at an empty Royal Albert Hall for a live-streamed WOW Festival performance, which was part of the launch event- filmed by Amelie Exton and produced by Shereen Pereira for the ‘Women of the World’ Fest, alongside artists like Ayanna Witter-Johnson and Nubya Garcia. As the world continues to build momentum, now in 2022, Miss Baby Sol continues to write, with recording and performing her compositions at the forefront of her mind.

Visit Miss Baby Sol's website here.


The EFG London Jazz Festival is the capital's biggest pan-city music festival, taking place annually in November, which has long been acclaimed for showcasing a heady mix of talent from around the world.


Widely acknowledged for delivering world-class artists and emerging stars, the Festival continues to take jazz to a massive audience, in one of UK's landmark music events.


The festival was created in 1992 by live international music producers, Serious. The festival emerged from the long-standing Camden Jazz Week which was created in 1970; with the active support of the London Arts Board (now Arts Council England, London). Serious - who had for some years produced the Camden Jazz Week - engineered a transition that saw the evolution of the festival.  Taking a mix of international and British artists and a commitment to education activity, the London Jazz Festival began to spread its wings.


The aims of the festival still remain the same today; celebrating the place of jazz in a city which is at ease with its rich cultural diversity, and drawing in a multitude of venues across London who present the music, week in, week out, throughout the year.


Estimated running time

Performance times

Doors 19:00 | stage 19:45 (this is an unreserved seated event)

Ticket prices

£16, £13


Full-time students, those aged under 16, senior citizens, the unwaged, members of Equity and BECTU


Theatro Technis is fully wheelchair accessible. Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome in the auditorium. There is a Loop system fitted in the main auditorium. If you have any questions or specific requests, please email

Features acoustic jazz music.


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