This intimate concert will be streamed for free on this page at 20:00 BST:
Soulful jazz artist Niji Adeleye will share his Late Night Jazz performance, recorded last year in our Elgar Room, as part of the Royal Albert Home sessions.
In these strange times, closing the Hall’s doors is the best way to look after the world, but we are now opening a (virtual) window for you to experience some of the most talented artists around.
The East London jazz-fusion pianist, whose instrumental music blends rich brass-led melodies with uplifting grooves, is no stranger to the Hall. The show that will be streamed on this page and on Niji’s YouTube channel was recorded on the last stop of his Late Nights Early Mornings tour in our Elgar Room in March 2019. He also musically directed the 2016 BBC Gospel Prom.
Late Nights Early Mornings marked his second album release and debuted at No.5 in the iTunes Jazz Charts.
We are delighted to share this Moses Boyd curated show as part of our at-home sessions.
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