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Elisa began working with the Jo Caleb trio in 2000, booking them into various venues and clubs primarily as a manager and agent. Her exposure to the Jazz Scene, however, took a new turn in the summer of 2005 when prompted to perform jazz professionally rather than merely enjoying it as a listener.

Since then she has already performed in Paris, Moscow, at numerous venues across London and has shared the stage with such artists as Tony Kofi, Seb Rochford, Jo Caleb, Soweto Kinch, Guy Barker, Mike Outram, Julian Siegel, Phil Robson, Troy Miller, Mike Gorman, Mornington Lockett, Gary Husband, Mike Mondesir, Jim Mullen, Gareth Lockrane and Stan Sulzmann.

Elisa now performs regularly around the UK and also hosts a high-profile jam session in West London.


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”A fine young singer” - Timeout
Primary Instrument

Voice / vocals

Location

London

Willing to teach

Beginner to advanced

Credentials/Background

Specialising in Jazz, Elisa provides lessons in technique, phrasing and sound. As well as working on repertoire, stage presence and microphone technique. Rates are £25 per hour and lessons are taught only from Elisa's home in West London. Please contact her for more information.

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