Now entering its 19th season Song of Songs, Club Inégales turns its ever-adventurous gaze to the mystic and divine.
Drawing inspiration from Middle Eastern and Asian poets such as Rumi and Khalil Gibran, and that exceptionally sensual chapter in the Bible The Song of Solomon, our house band and talented guests will be celebrating music and poetry that expresses love and devotion, in both human and mystical ways.
In the first of five performances, we will be featuring Alice Zawadzki, a wonderful jazz singer and violinist whose own music is extremely poetic and meditative. She’ll be joined on the night by our ever-adventurous house band Notes Inégales, so join us for what will be the first in an extremely exciting series!
“Beguiling, unorthodox tunes and pure vocals.” – The Independent
“Her lustrous vocal range is the real live deal.. a commanding, intense performer.” – Jazzwise Magazine
“Beautiful, uncategorisable – a real force to be reckoned with.” – Jamie Cullum
Date: Thursday 26th April
Time: Doors from 7pm; Music from 8pm
Venue: Club Inégales, 180 North Gower Street, NW1 2NB
Nearest stations: Euston, Euston Square & Warren Street
As always, there’ll be delicious food from Taste of India available on the day, and free WiFi.