Blue Note Thursday with Heidi Vogel Levo (17 Jan 2013)

20130117 Blue Note Thursday with Heidi Vogel (Levo)

Blue Note Thursday with Heidi Vogel (Levo)

Date: 17 January 2013

Time: 10:00pm

Fee: Free Admission

Featuring Musician: Heidi Vogel (Levo)

“From her towering opening performance, Heidi Vogel says everything in the right key…. Vogel’s voice is an extraordinarily rich and complex instrument, one that you can easily fall in love with…” Jazzwise Magazine ****

“….surely one of the great jazz voices of modern times, on songs of her own choosing.” ….Vamos-London

“….A voice that comes from the deepest places of the heart, honest interpretation of songs, a powerful childlike presence on stage that makes her so watchable…”
…. Jungle Drums Magazine

“Please take a moment to listen to Heidi’s new record, you will need it! What a lovely moment I had with you listening to all of the songs” …. Mathieu Schreyer KCRW Radio

“….Vogel’s exceptional voice – this song bird outsings a nightingale any day…. the most exquisite, beautiful, sensational album of Brazilian music of this kind by a female vocalist in a very long time.”
…Rainlore’s World of Music.


Heidi Vogel, vocalist from London, is the lead singer for The Cinematic Orchestra and has toured extensively with the band over the past 6 years.

She appears on their album “Live at The Royal Albert Hall” where she performed twice including with The London Metropolitan Orchestra, as well as having appeared with The Krakow Symphony Orchestra, and at The Barbican, on The Jimmy Kimmel show on ABC in the U.S.A. and tours including Australia, U.S.A, Europe, Asia and opening for Erykah Badu in Dubai.

Royal Albert Hall 2010
“…although it was Heidi Vogel who stole the show. On Familiar Ground, she bellowed out with a voice made from mountains and oceans, while every last drop of emotion was wrung from the swooning closer All That You Give.”
… The Evening Standard

Barbican 2011
“….but it needed vocalist Heidi Vogel’s controlled flights of fancy to hold the attention.”
…. The Financial Times


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