Collage presents:

Tomorrow's Warriors Frontline

Karamel, London, GB

£5 (advance), £10 OTD
Entry Requirements: All welcome
General Admission (e-ticket)
$6.91 + $1.38 s/c

Doors open 7pm, music starts at 8pm.

Tomorrow’s Warriors Frontline is a formidable 8-piece line-up of some of our finest young Warriors musicians, championing the role of women in jazz.

Frontline’s powerful live show draws inspiration from the jazz greats and blends a contemporary vibe with elements of jazz-fusion, funk, and R&B. Featuring a mix of jazz standards and their own compositions, Frontline channels the influences of Hank Mobley, Esperanza Spalding, Thelonious Monk, Wayne Shorter, Nérija and many more.

Frontline previous performances include a headline date with TW alum, and acclaimed saxophonist, Camilla George, a London Jazz Festival show at Pizza Express Soho, We Out Here Festival and Birmingham Symphony Hall.

More About Tomorrow’s Warriors For over 30 years, Tomorrow’s Warriors has played a vital role within its community and the wider music industry and has been credited with literally changing the face of UK jazz.

Free access to Tomorrow’s Warriors artistic programme has proved crucial in nurturing the nascent talent and early careers of so many of the most exciting UK artists currently tearing up the international jazz scene including Mercury Prize 2023 winners Ezra Collective, Moses Boyd, Nubya Garcia, Shabaka Hutchings and Sons of Kemet, ESKA, Jason Yarde, Denys Baptiste, Robert Mitchell, Soweto Kinch, Shirley Tetteh, Byron Wallen...the list goes on.

A black-founded and black- led organisation, Tomorrow’s Warriors is based at Southbank Centre in London and offers a pioneering, comprehensive programme of learning and training which champions and supports young black and female talent and those who come from challenging circumstances that would be a barrier to accessing opportunities to pursue a music career.

“Tomorrow's Warriors occupies a unique and vital space in our cultural landscape. Their work in helping positively shape future generations is of critical importance especially with the tribulations we currently face. Please keep supporting - each one, teach one!” Gilles Peterson

Karamel - 4 Coburg Road, London N22 6UJ The Karamel vegan kitchen will be serving food until 9.30pm. Email karamel8775@gmail.com to book a table.

Doors open 7pm, music starts at 8pm.