Goods Way Sunday Service (Winter Series)

Goods Way is excited to share a new run of weekly jazz events to its Courtyard for the winter!

The FREE live performances feature some of jazz’s brightest new voices and performers and will run through to 12th December 2021. Visitors will also be able to take advantage of The Courtyard’s five resident food stalls including British small plates specialist Pomelo, sumptuous Mexican tacos with a cosmopolitan influence from Breddos, vegan fast-food courtesy of London’s long-standing favourites Temple of Seitan, all things duck from the award-winning The Duck Truck, and the freshest Omakase experience in the city from New York’s critically acclaimed new arrivals, Sushi On Jones.

Performing against the backdrop of their beautiful Courtyard balcony, the next six weeks of artists are already lined up and ready to deliver the ultimate soundtrack for those grabbing a bite to eat, a glass of mulled wine - or perhaps something a little stronger! Learn more about the artists below..

Noemi Nuti. 28/11

Critically acclaimed jazz singer, Noemi Nuti, brings an elegant blend of original compositions and creative arrangements across a range of jazz styles.


Tara Minton. 05/12

Australian harpist and vocalist, Tara Minton is joined by bassist Ed Babar and saxophonist Ian Bumstead for an otherworldly brunch of jazz standards and originals. Tara holds a masters degree in jazz performance from The Guildhall School of Music and Drama and has performed with Stan Sulzman, Geoff Gascoyne, Tony Kofi, Tommaso Starace, Miranda Mulholland, Tom Walker and Björk.

Germana La Sorsa. 12/12

Italian London-based Jazz singer Germana Stella La Sorsa started performing in Italy at an early age, working her way up through the Italian Jazz scene to ultimately perform at the side of one of the most influential European jazz musicians: Franco Cerri (Chet Baker, Dizzy Gillespie, Billie Holiday, Lee Konitz, Gerry Mulligan, Django Reinhardt and many more).

Freddie Benedict. 19/12

As a jazz singer, Freddie Benedict has played gigs with Trinity Big Band, Kings Big Band and his own jazz quintet, London Red, at the Spice of Life, the Hideaway, Jazz After Dark and Ronnie Scott’s. He regularly sells out Crazy Coqs, Piccadilly. He is now studying for a master’s degree in jazz singing at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. As the lead male singer with National Youth Jazz Orchestra.

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This article was a collaborative effort, written together by the See Tickets Marketing team; Georgia, Sarah, Hayley, Callum and Abi.

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