The Artistry of Jazzmeia Horn: Tickets NOW on Sale!

added on 30 April, 2019 | under Concert Series, just added, WHAT'S ON
Jazzmeia Horn

The SNJO is delighted to announce 3 exclusive dates with jazz vocalist Jazzmeia Horn as she visits Scotland for the first time as their guest.


“Jazzmeia has one of the best voices I’ve heard in over 40 years” Jon Hendricks.

Jazzmeia Horn IS the future of Jazz!” Larry Rosen

Arguably one of the most exciting new vocalists in jazz today, with stunning vocals, soulful sensitivity, and vibrant onstage presence, Jazzmeia is an artist of assured maturity and vocal confidence.

Winner of the 2015 Thelonius Monk and the 2013 Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competitions, and has gone from triumph to triumph with her debut album “A Social Call” earning a Grammy Award nomination for Best Jazz Vocal Album in 2018 and in the same year, she won the “Up and Coming Musician of the Year” from the Jazz Journalist Association.

The most talked-about jazz vocalist to emerge since Cécile McLorin Salvant and Gregory Porter… she’s possessed of a sassy tone in the highest register and an array of nonverbal sounds that add drama, hinting at meanings in the music that go beyond what fits on the page.’  New York Times

Concert Dates

Scottish National Jazz Orchestra

Date City Venue
Fri, 22 Nov  2019 Scottish National Jazz Orchestra in Perth Perth Concert Hall
The Artistry of Jazzmeia Horn
Time: 19:30. Mill Street.
01738 621031 more info
Sat, 23 Nov  2019 Scottish National Jazz Orchestra in Glasgow Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (New Auditorium)
The Artistry of Jazzmeia Horn
Time: 19:30. Killermont Street.
0141 353 8000 more info
Sun, 24 Nov  2019 Scottish National Jazz Orchestra in Edinburgh Usher Hall
The Artistry of Jazzmeia Horn
Time: 19:30. Lothian Road.
0131 228 8616 more info

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  1. posted on Sep 29, 2019 at 9:01 AM  |  reply

    […] up for the SNJO, another three-venue tour in November entitled “The Artistry of Jazzmeia Horn” whose storytelling powers and “unreal” improvisational skills left the […]

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