Henry Tozer Performs from The Great American Songbook

Sinatra, Nat king Cole and Ella Fitzgerald feature at St Mary's Perivale

Henry Tozer to perform at St. Mary's Perivale
Henry Tozer to perform at St. Mary's Perivale

Jazz singer and pianist, Henry Tozer, is  going to be performing a selection of favourites from The Great American Songbook. 

In a concert taking place at 2pm on Thursday 11 July, he will feature classics associated with Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald and Nat King Cole with some improvisation and original compositions.

Henry is a singer, pianist and composer based in London but originally  from Devon. He was a winner of the BBC Young Composer of the Year and subsequently a Choral Scholar at Robinson College, Cambridge, where he read music. 

He performs across London as a singer and pianist within both the classical and jazz/pop spheres. Outside of performing, Henry leads workshops and choirs: he was Head of Vocals at the Twyford Trust and is the director of the Ealing Gospel Choir. Henry also gives private tuition. As a composer, his music has been featured in Hollywood soundtracks and he is currently preparing for an official release of his original compositions: cinematic, classically-influenced contemporary songs.

Henry has an online following and a Patronage program where he shares more music: you can support him and learn more here

You can also donate to support musicians at St Mary's and maintain its beautiful church
It receives no external funding and all its team are unpaid volunteers.  

The organisers photograph, livestream and record every concert at St Mary's Perivale.  
You may be identifiable in some of the images and, by attending concerts, you are giving your consent to this.


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July 2, 2024