Rosina Bullen is a young vocalist on the London Jazz scene. Having graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2018 she has recently moved to New York to begin her masters degree at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music.

 

Rosina features with a number of ensembles across a range of different genres as well as running her own projects performing original compositions inspired by the Jazz tradition. She has performed in a number of London Jazz venues including the prestigious Dean Street Pizza Express Jazz Club and the Spice of Life. Inspired by the music of Sarah Vaughan, Kurt Elling and Betty Carter, her voice presents a rich and full tone, which she uses to greatest effect in her improvising.

 

 

 

 

Ella Hohnen-Ford has been studying jazz at the Royal Academy of Music on the junior and undergrad course since she was 16, consequently establishing a well rooted relationship and deep love with the traditions of the music.

Inspired by an eclectic mix of musicians spanning across many different genres, from Ella Fitzgerald to Joni Mitchell and Joyce, her take on standard repertoire is both fresh, yet well grounded in the tradition. In her first year of her degree she has studied with Nia Lynn, Norma Winstone and Dave Holland. Her band, TreeClimbers, recently sold out their debut gig in London and she is also making her debut appearance on a record for Jonny Mansfield's first album with his band ELFTET this September.

 

 

 

 

 

Luca Manning is an award winning Jazz vocalist and composer from Glasgow, Scotland. He is inspired by a wide range of artists and musical styles, as well as being firmly rooted in the tradition of jazz. Luca has had the opportunity to perform at various festivals across Scotland – opening for the likes of Georgie Fame and Becca Stevens. His ability as not just a consummate vocalist but a gifted improviser, continues to enthral audiences and shows maturity well beyond his years. In 2018, Luca was voted ‘Rising Star’ at the Scottish Jazz Awards and was also nominated in the ‘Best Vocalist’ category.

Now resident in London, Luca is fast making a name for himself. He is in his first year at the Guildhall School of Music on the Bmus Jazz degree and already has played major London venues such as Pizza Express Jazz Club in Soho leading his own Quintet and Sextet. He has also become a vocal chair holder with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra since January and in December, was invited by Liane Carroll to guest on her sold-out Christmas show at Ronnie Scott's.