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Georgia Mancio

Multi award-winning /nominated vocalist, lyricist and producer, Georgia Mancio, is one of Europe’s most respected, adventurous and multi-faceted new artists. Her multi-lingual music references classic jazz and Latin alongside her own astonishing writing, always stamped with an unfailing emotional integrity.

In March 2021 Georgia releases her 8th album, Quiet Is The Star, co-written with long-standing musical collaborator, the double-Grammy-winning jazz pianist and composer, Alan Broadbent. The release is accompanied by the publication of 'The Songs of Alan Broadbent and Georgia Mancio' – a book of their 33 co-written works to date.

It follows their seminal Songbook (2017), launched at a sold out headline show at Ronnie Scott’s (“unequivocally, one of the gigs of the year” Jazzwise) with subsequent performances across Europe and the US, including famed New York clubs Dizzy’s, Kitano and Mezzrow and international jazz festivals in Rochester (NY), Krakow and London.

In 2019, Finding Home, co-produced with pianist/composer Kate Williams and her acclaimed Four Plus Three ensemble with special guest classical guitarist John Williams, was awarded Best Album in 2020 UK Parliamentary Jazz Awards.

From 2010-2014 Georgia produced her now iconic 'ReVoice! Festival' in association with the Pizza Express Jazz Club. Across 5 multi-venue editions she presented over 160 artists including: Rebecca Parris, Tuck & Patti, Raul Midon, Gregory Porter (his first UK booking), Beady Belle, Carleen Anderson, Carmen Souza, Karin Krog and Diana Torto/Kenny Wheeler/John Taylor and performed 44 sets herself.

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“impossible not to fall in love with her voice…a magnificent example of strength and talent” Jazz in Europe

“[Mancio] has everything covered – technical mastery, expressive range and a remarkable versatility” The Observer 4****

“the archetype of a modern singer who can style-hop at will and produce…thoroughly musical and textually convincing versions of – er – anything” London Jazz News

“a warm, rich playful sound with intimate, hip phrasing and spot-on intonation…Mancio brings grace and wisdom to each song. Her lyric-writing is sophisticated and sensitive beyond her years” Jazz Wax (US)

“an object lesson in subtlety…in the impact of nuance…It’s beautiful” All About Jazz 5*****

“velvety voice and clear articulation” Jazz Podium (Germany)

“a sublime vocalist [who] has forged an enviable reputation with both credibility and talent to spare” Jazzwise 4****

“a performer of character, conviction, and relaxed virtuosity” The Guardian 4****

“the elegance of the great singers of Jazz…impossible not to be seduced” Jazzeseruido (Spain)

“The lethal cool of a Mafioso stiletto…Mancio left the crowd begging for more” The Evening Standard 4****

“pure, well enunciated vocals…a highly skilful storyteller…The air of fragile beauty was haunting and effective” Jazz Mann

“The brilliant voice of Georgia Mancio” Robert Elms, BBC Radio London

Primary Instrument

Voice / vocals

Location

London

Willing to teach

Beginner to advanced

Credentials/Background

Visiting Voice Teacher, City University, London 2019-current

Jon Hendricks
voice / vocals
Irene Kral
voice / vocals
Abbey Lincoln
voice / vocals
Carmen McRae
voice / vocals
Anita O'Day
voice / vocals
Rebecca Parris
voice / vocals
Elis Regina
voice / vocals

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Albums

Quiet Is The Star

Roomspin Records
2021

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Finding Home

Kwjazz
2019

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Songbook

Roomspin Records
2017

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Live At ReVoice!

Roomspin Records
2015

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Come Rain Or Come...

Roomspin Records
2014

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Silhouette

Roomspin Records
2010

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Life on Mars

From: Trapeze
By Georgia Mancio

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