Dublin-born vocalist and composer Christine Tobin has been an integral part of the London jazz scene for the best part of 30 years. In her first performance at the Hall, Tobin lends her “24 carat voice” (The Guardian) to the words of Pulitzer-winning poet Paul Muldoon in a night of music that is teeming with “timbral richness and breathtaking imaginative scope” (Jazzwise). 11 critically-acclaimed releases and four major awards later and Tobin remains an artist that “transcends glib genre-fication” (MOJO), veering from “grungy, post-industrial grooves to wispy romanticism … all played with punkish attitude” (The Irish Times).
This is a seated show.
Support from The Duval Project.