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Jazz at Karamel: Noah Stoneman 6tet

Thursday 20 April 2023 8.00pm

Karamel, Chocolate Factory 2, Coburg Road, N22 6UJ

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We are delighted to announce the third gig in the Noah Stoneman residency at Karamel. A monthly gig of emerging & established jazz artists, musicians and composers, curated by Noah.

Band line-up: *Noah Stoneman (piano), Christos Stylianides (trumpet), Miles Mindlin (guitar), Ruta Sipola (flute), Dominic Ingham (violin), Caius Williams (Double bass). *

Noah Stoneman, 21-year old pianist and composer from North London, is studying at the Royal Academy of Music. Adept in a wide range of musical idioms, Noah says: "What binds these different languages together is improvisation" - an art which Noah aims to master throughout his career.

He regularly performs as a sideman for some of the finest musicians across the UK from all generations, including Jim Mullen, Mark Kavuma, Xhosa Cole, Alex Hitchcock and also leads his own trio, for which he composes and performs his original music.

As a composer, Noah takes influence from all walks of music, both contemporary and traditional. Noah has composed and arranged for a myriad of ensembles ranging from Piano Trio, Big Band, Jazz Octet, String Quartet and recently had an original song cycle for piano and Opera Soprano performed at the RAM ‘Students Create’ festival. In 2022 Noah composed the original score for the mini series ‘Life in Love’ directed by Abel Rubinstein, which was broadcast on ITV.

In October 2021, Noah recorded his debut album at the local Livingstone Studios, in Haringey London, with his trio of Will Sach on bass and Luca Caruso on drums. Comprised of all original material and produced by long-time mentor Kit Downes, the record offers a fresh poetic statement that realises Stoneman’s compositional identity.

Doors open at 7pm, and music starts at 8pm.

Book a ticket in advance to avoid disappointment!

A pre-show menu is available from 6.30pm, if you'd like to reserve a table, please email with your arrival time, group size and preferred menu choices.

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