Biographie Imogen Ryall

Imogen Ryall
Imogen Ryall
is one of the leading jazz vocalists on the UK jazz scene; a superb interpreter of the American songbook and more contemporary material, Imogen has performed extensively in Europe, the Middle East, South Korea and at venues closer to home including London's Jazz Cafe; 606 Club; Ronnie Scott’s and the Barbican.

Imogen made her singing debut at the age of 17 at The Chichester Jazz Festival, which was broadcast on BBC Radio 2. Alumni of the renowned Guildhall School of Music & Drama and former member of The National Youth Jazz Orchestra, Imogen’s career has since encompassed several recordings, a three-year residency at London’s prestigious Dorchester Hotel and several tours of Europe, the Middle East and South Korea.

Described by Claire Martin as without doubt a hidden gem on the UK jazz scene. With her lush palette of vocal textures, her delivery is always tender, authentic and from the heart. The exceptional pairing with saxophonist Julian Nicholas, gives Ryall’s distinctive gift of lyric writing the perfect platform.

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