Robert Mitchell Tag Archive

Jazz 625 for one night only

Picture the scene: on the television set a few days ago, the screen showed a stage with a band of musicians all smartly dressed, each one of them ready to play, there was a slight...

Alicia Olatuja’s gig review

American mezzo-soprano and a versatile jazz and soul singer Alicia Olatuja performed recently at Pizza Express in Soho. Although my schedule was already rather busy, I wanted to...

Robert Mitchell’s ‘Epiphany’ EP Review

Pianist, composer, innovator, festival creator, and curator, Robert Mitchell is THE artist par excellence. With his latest EP, “Epiphany” released on the Depth of Field label...

Orphy Robinson All Stars presents: The music of Bobby Hutcherson

31st January  – Ronnie Scott’s – London.  One word: outstanding! Orphy Robinson and his All Stars band “start their journey” with “Knucklebean”, the 1977...

Recommend CD’s of 2017 – A Kaleidoscopic Chart by Erminia Yardley

Here I am, on the second weekend of January 2018, as I finalise my “the best” of 2017, I realise it is an utterly impossible task, completely unfair towards other artists and...

Robert Mitchell | A Vigil For Justice, A Vigil For Peace

Jazz has always been political in challenging issues of freedom and equality. The music in itself resonates this through the freedom of improvisation and collaboration often...