There are few better ways to spend a Sunday afternoon in London than indulging in a fun, engaging and soulful Jazz session at London’s South Bank Centre.
As part of the annual Chorus Festival which explores and celebrates the power of singing together, music collaborations involving artists and choirs from all over the world came together to sing at different concerts at London’s South Bank Centre.
One of such collaborations was the concert held by Ola Onabule and Villu Veski accompanied by the Estonian TV Girls Choir.
The walls of the Queen Elizabeth hall rang with the soulful voice of British/Nigerian Jazz musician Ola Onabule who thrilled the audience with performances from some of his original work.
Renowned Saxophonist Villu Veski, whose mastery provided the perfect soundtrack to Ola’s performance with a dose of divinity that was the Estonian TV Girls choir, who performed a selection of traditional Estonian choral music.
Together, they made wonderful, uplifting music.The sort that would make you sway unashamedly from side to side, bobbing your head to the sound.
Blessed with a super soulful voice, Onabule’s music is so original and pure that you can feel the message behind each song and resonate with it whoever you are, wherever you are.
If you love good old undiluted Jazz music, this was the place to be.