Love Unbound: Emerging Artists with SokHo, the Singing Dr.

Show | 2pm – 4pm

Sun, 19 May | Doors 6pm | Show 6:30pm | Emerging Artists with Sokho

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SokHo
BBC-featured multilingual vocalist SokHo, the lead of Eunoia Music Band, is a versatile singer-songwriter and actor. Originating from Paris, SokHo’s international journey through Shanghai and Madrid culminated in London. As a Dr. in psychology and trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and the London College of Music, SokHo has crafted an authentic sound merging soul, RnB, Jazz, and soft rock.

SokHo’s emotionally truthful music resonates intimately with audiences. As a multilingual artist of East Asian heritage, he effortlessly navigates English, French, Spanish, and Chinese, expanding his repertoire to projects like the Chinese Showstoppers West End version and workshops at prestigious venues like the National Theatre.

SokHo’s passion for musical theatre shines through various acclaimed productions, including “It Tastes like Home,” “Pearl & Dagger,” and dance-singing adaptations like the Rocky Horror Picture Show and Grease. His performances grace iconic London venues like Troxy, Alexandra Palace, Two Brewers, and Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club, while also enchanting audiences in Paris at Le Tango.

Gisela:
Originating from Buenos Aires, Gisela has sculpted a multifaceted career as a composer, guitarist, cellist, and music educator. Her musical journey, evolving from rock to classical and modern styles, led to the establishment of the Artistic Musical Experimentation Group (GEAM) in 2009. Gisela’s compositions have garnered global recognition, with premieres in cities like New York, Copenhagen, and the UK. Currently residing in London, she continues to inspire as a composition educator and freelance composer, seamlessly weaving her diverse influences into a unique and compelling musical narrative.

Joaquin Perdomo:
Joaquin Perdomo, hailing from Cuba, effortlessly blends diverse musical aesthetics such as New Wave, Art pop, electronic, progressive soul, and ambient music. Holding a sacred music diploma from the University of Regensburg in Germany, specializing in organ, choral conducting, and singing, Joaquin also graduated from Havana’s Amadeo Roldán conservatory.

Now nurturing musical passions at WKMT Piano Lessons in London, Joaquin’s artistry transcends language and boundaries, transporting listeners to a realm where emotions flow freely, and dreams take flight.

Guest Artist: Ahmed Harfoush
Ahmed Harfoush, an Egyptian jazz and pop vocalist based in London, is a distinguished guest artist. Trained at Mountview Academy for Theatre Arts in London and the American University in Cairo, Ahmed established the Egyptian Jazz Projekt in 2015.

His performances span iconic venues globally, including Royal Albert Hall’s Elgar Room, Dubai Opera, Cairo Opera House, and collaborations with orchestras around the United Kingdom.

Emerging Artists: A Glimpse into the Future

  • Jabe (Jabe’s Feelings): This singer-songwriter, with recent performances in central London, captivates audiences with vulnerable, relatable lyrics and a soft voice accompanied by catchy beats.
  • Etheria: Born in Hong Kong, trained in London, Etheria boasts an impressive portfolio of professional credits in various productions across Spain and the UK.
  • Shoi: A versatile musician, composer, and electric guitar teacher, Shoi’s extensive European touring and work with bands like De Profundis and Monument of Misanthropy reflect his commitment to musical excellence.
  • Dhruv: Hailing from Southampton, Dhruv’s forward-thinking independent music, influenced by contemporary jazz, Funk, Soul/R&B, and rock, has earned him recognition. Currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Record Production at the London College of Music, his multi-instrumental expertise adds a technical flair to the ensemble.
  • Emma Clare Harvey: A dynamic performer whose theatrical credits include Evita in concert at Drury Lane, The Boy Who Sailed the Ocean in an armchair for BEAM, and Mallory on the Mountain at the Lowry. she’s contributed to recordings such as Death of England: Closing Time and Buñuel & the Labyrinth of the Turtles. Emma’s training at the prestigious Royal Academy of Music has shaped her into a versatile artist. On-screen, she has appeared in Flaps (Comedy Central UK), Benjamin Britten: Peace & Conflict (Capriol films), and ITV’s Victoria.
  • Enrico Garfield, a versatile musician, seamlessly blends Latin rhythms with Italian charm. His musical journey, starting early with a focus on both guitar and drums, reached new heights at the London College of Music. A driving force in the electrifying band Chico Majara, Enrico’s stage presence captivates whether he’s strumming his guitar or pounding the drums. His blending of diverse cultural influences through music creates a universal language that resonates with audiences, defining the unique sound of Chico Majara.

Eunoia Music Band promises an unforgettable musical journey, embracing diversity, innovation, and a shared passion for creating soul-stirring melodies. Stay tuned as more emerging artists join this extraordinary ensemble!

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Featured
  • Date : Sun, 18 Feb
  • Time : 2:00 pm - 9:00 pm (Europe/London)
  • Venue : Jazz Club
  • Doors Open: 6:00 pm
  • Start Time: 7:00 pm

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