Collage presents:

Tomorrow’s Warriors presents Francisco Garcia de Paredes

Karamel, London, GB

£10, £5 students
Entry Requirements: All welcome

Tomorrow’s Warriors presents the next generation of jazz musicians and artists supported through their award-winning talent development programme.

Tomorrow’s Warriors presents London based guitarist Francisco Garcia de Paredes as he leads his quintet to close out this year’s Karamel Jazz season with a bang!

Francisco has performed at venues such as Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, Pizza Express Jazz, The Vortex and been fortunate enough to perform alongside musicians such as Gareth Lockrane, Rachel Cohen and very recently the National Youth Jazz Orchestra with Bob Mintzer.

His music draws influence from musicians such as Gretchen Parlato, Aaron Parks, Jim Hall, Kurt Rosenwinkel amongst many others and tries to blend these influences to create his own compositional voice

He will be playing a set of brand-new compositions (both instrumental and vocal alongside jazz singer Eliana Veinberga) with a band of some of the best young jazz musicians in London.

Band lineup: Francisco Garcia de Paredes - Guitar ; Eliana Veinberga - Vocals ;
Rūta Sipola - Flute ;
Harry Pearce - Double Bass ;
Tom Potter - Drums ;

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

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Doors open 7pm, music from 8pm.

The gig is presented by Collage Arts Karamel N22 Sessions and Tomorrow's Warriors.