Tomorrow’s Warriors presents Sultan Stevenson
30 June @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm£5 – £10
Pianist Sultan Stevenson is one of the fastest emerging young artists on the London jazz scene. His trio is already established as an outfit to catch when billed to play live and is being tipped for success on national and international stages.
Aged only 20, Sultan is an alum of the famed To¬¬morrow’s Warriors jazz artist development programme, and now a member of its Music Leader Faculty. His music combines elements of the African-American jazz tradition as well as his own Caribbean cultural experience. His approach to composition and playing has already been compared to that of McCoy Tyner and Esbjörn Svensson and, over the past year, his Trio has played standout gigs at Jazz re:freshed, the Vortex and the Jazz Café where the band opened for the great Billy Cobham. Their Pizza Express gig during the 2021 EFG London Jazz Festival was a sell-out.
Check the video link to Sultan and his trio performing Safe Passage as part of the Cinematic Sessions for New Generation Jazz below.
Band Line-Up Sultan Stevenson – piano Jacob Gryn – double bass Joel Waters – drums
Video Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWMH98lUo
More about Tomorrow’s Warriors Tomorrow’s Warriors is a pioneering talent development organisation, creative producer, learning and training provider, charity and consultancy specialising in jazz. Founded in 1991 by Queen’s Medal for Music recipient Gary Crosby OBE and Janine Irons MBE, Tomorrow’s Warriors helps aspiring young artists from diverse backgrounds discover their magic and achieve creative ambitions. TW nurtures nascent talent and builds engaged, culturally diverse audiences and has been recognised both nationally and internationally, receiving over fifty awards, including the 2021 Impact Award from Jazz FM.
Their award-winning alumni include: Moses Boyd, Nubya Garcia, Sheila Maurice-Grey, Cassie Kinoshi and Nerija, Femi Koleoso and Ezra Collective, Binker Golding, Shabaka Hutchings and Sons of Kemet, ESKA, Denys Baptiste, Soweto Kinch, Ben Burrell, Zara McFarlane, Camilla George, CHERISE, Nathaniel Facey and Empirical, Peter Edwards… the list goes on and on. “Tomorrow’s Warriors have changed the musical landscape of Britain. It’s as simple as that.” *Cerys Matthews, Artist & Broadcaster *
Find out more at www.tomorrowswarriors.org
Doors open at 7pm, music starts at 8pm. Please book a ticket in advance.
Venue: MAAD (fka Karamel), 4 Coburg Rd, Wood Green, London N22 6UJ
The premises has a fresh air ventilation system installed throughout the restaurant and theatre. Menu is available at maad.co