Georgia Cécile

Georgia Cécile

'Every so often, a voice comes along with the ability to bowl the listener over... that is Georgia Cécile.' - Wonderland

Winner of JazzFM UK Jazz Act Of The Year and Vocalist of The Year at the 2022 Awards, Georgia Cécile is at the helm of the new wave of UK jazz crossover artists. Inspired by the likes of Nina Simone, Duke Ellington, and Stevie Wonder, the vocalist and songwriter’s debut album ‘Only The Lover Sings’ topped the UK Jazz and Blues charts and Scooped ‘Best Album’ at the 2021 Scottish Jazz Awards. Co-written and arranged with her pianist and long-time collaborator Euan Stevenson, the album was described by BBC RADIO 2 as “possessing timeless values influenced by the great popular composers of the 20th century – particularly Duke Ellington and Stevie Wonder”.


16 February 2024 – Ronnie Scotts – London – UK – SOLD OUT
1 March 2024 – Music Hall – Aberdeen – UK
2 March 2024 – Usher Hall – Edinburgh – UK
8 March 2024 – Perth Concert Hall – Perth – UK
10 March 2024 – Soho House Dean Street – London – UK
3 May 2024 – Bray International Jazz Festival – Co. Wicklow – IR – TICKETS
9 July 2024 – Guarda Jazz Festival – Porto – PT
30 + 31 August 2024 – Duc de Lombards – Paris – FR
12 September 2024 – Blue Note Milan – Milan – IT
23 December 2024 – Ronnie Scott’s – London – UK


Championed by modern greats: Gregory Porter and Jamie Cullum, Cécile toured as the main support for Gregory Porter, opening four nights at the Royal Albert Hall. Cécile’s band of top UK jazz players have featured widely across UK and European Festivals, including Love Supreme, Cheltenham and London Jazz Festival. Receiving great support from the national and international press, she was recently heralded by The Guardian as one of six jazz artists “blowing up” in 2023 – read here.

Now making waves across the Atlantic, she recently performed at SXSW in Austin as well as televised performances with the BBC Concert Orchestra.

AGENT: Agnese Daverio

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