Noemi Nuti’s Venus Eye through Song and Jazz

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  • Italian-American vocalist, Noemi Nuti, returns with her second album Venus Eye to explore song form through jazz and improvisation.

    The music describes themes of every-day life in a quest to find universal truths through her female perspective, making the music beautifully intimate yet thoroughly expansive.

    Nuti is a well-established vocalist based in London, has toured extensively and performed in all the major jazz venues, receiving wide critical acclaim. Her songs have been A listed on Jazz FM and she will be bringing them to life joined by a reduced duo line-up to adhere to social distancing rules.

  • Born and raised in New York from Italian descent, Noemi Nuti is a jazz vocalist and composer residing in London.

    She studied classical harp at Brunel University and jazz improvisation at Trinity College of Music, graduating with an MA in Jazz Performance in 2012.

    She has been active since 2008 starting with joining the Tomorrow’s Warriors ‘Jazz Alive’ project, has performed with NYJO, the London Vocal Project and was lead singer for samba band Rhythms of the City.

    In 2015, she released her debut album ‘Nice to Meet You’, received wide critical acclaim and extensive airplay, including being A listed on Jazz FM.

    In 2017, she paid tribute to Milton Nascimento’s music at Pizza Express Jazz Club creating an all-Brazilian rhythm section and joining forces with pianist sensation Liam Noble and saxophonist Jean Toussaint (Art Blakey).

    After touring her debut album, supporting Marcos Valle and headlining Ipswich Jazz Festival, she joined Andrew McCormack’s Graviton in 2018-2019, touring in the UK and internationally.

    She has released her second album Venus Eye in March 2020 to wide critical acclaim and has been selected for Serious’ Take Five artist development scheme. She is currently working on her touring schedule.

    Nuti has performed in many important venues including, Ronnie Scott’s, Islington Assembly Hall, 606 Jazz Club in the UK and further afield in the U.S.A., Europe and Brazil. She is regular performer at the London Jazz Festival.

  • The album contains what must be one of the most supernal originals of the year in the shape of ‘For What I See’, in which Nuti’s harmonic imagination and jaw-dropping vocal arrangement combine to stunning effect.
    Jazzwise Magazine
    A hugely accomplished album.
    Jazz Journal
    Jazzwise Magazine
    Jazz Journal

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